Movie Review: “Official Secrets”

My review of a new movie starring Keira Knightley as a real-life British intelligence officer who leaked a classified memo to try to stop the inevitable march to war in Iraq.

Movies By City

If you have a list of movies to find and rent (or borrow from your library, as I do), there are dozens of suggestions here for you to add to your queue. Even if you’re just a movie lover, how many have you seen?

Movie Review: “American Factory”

A new documentary about a Chinese company taking over a shuttered US auto factory and putting Americans back to work, had me flashing back to the 1986 Ron Howard comedy, “Gung Ho” — except these economic struggles are not played for laughs.

Movie Review: “After The Wedding”

For the first time, I offer two review choices simultaneously: you can have the bare bones, no-spoilers version, or the one in which I give away the twists that affect the majority of the plot of this movie, which stars Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore.

Movie Review: “Good Boys”

They may be “Good Boys,” but the movie about their adventures is so raunchy the kids who star in it can’t see it in a theater because of a hard R rating. Should you? Here’s my review.

Movie Review: “Blinded By The Light”

Here is my review of a new movie in which a young Pakistani/British man finds his unhappy life changed for the better when a friend turns him on to the music of Bruce Springsteen.