Review – Molly’s Game

It seems odd to say it, but Molly's Game is the first directorial effort from longtime writer-producer Aaron Sorkin.  Known for his sharp dialogue and boardroom thrillers, Sorkin makes the jump to directing to helm this film based on the book of the same name by the titular Molly Bloom.  He does so with the... Continue Reading →

108. Hidden Figures

If the attendance at the screening I just attended is an accurate representation of the country as a whole, Hidden Figures is poised to be a big hit.  Directed by Theodore Melfi (St. Vincent), the film adapts the true story of three African-American women (Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monáe) who are hired by... Continue Reading →

20. Criminal

I typically love viewing experiences like this.  I went into Criminal with no idea regarding what I was about to watch, other than the general tone and genre as well as the amazing cast.  In fact, it was the cast that got me into the theater.  It's hard to argue with Gary Oldman, Kevin Costner,... Continue Reading →

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