Like Mother, Like Daughter (Film Review: “Lady Bird”)

A minor masterpiece which captures the mother-daughter dance of blurred and belligerent boundaries, and a film which puts Greta Gerwig squarely on the map as among her generation’s most gifted filmmakers. Continue Reading →


Up, Up & Away (Film Review: “The Aeronauts”)

A thrill ride rooted in history, about a hot air balloon adventure that changes the course of meteorological science forever. Continue Reading →


Behind Enemy Lines (Documentary Series Review: “Pandemic”)

An eerily timed but critically relevant look at the global face of contagion today. Continue Reading →


The Prodigal Son Who Would Be King (Film Review: “The King”)

A somber retelling of Shakespeare’s Henriad plays, starring a brooding yet mesmerizing Timothée Chalamet Continue Reading →


An American in London (Stand-up Review: “Rob Delaney: Jackie”)

Co-creator/star of the hit Amazon series Catastrophe, Rob Delaney shares some insights on his American expat family’s life in London Continue Reading →


The Memory of Love (Film Review: “Live Twice, Love Once”)

A respected professor and grandfather who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s sets out on a road trip to find the woman he’s always loved, before he forgets who she is. Continue Reading →


Is He or Isn’t He?(Series Review: “Messiah”)

In modern day Syria, a complete unknown captures the attention of several hundred desperate souls. Seemingly overnight, he crosses an ocean and becomes a global sensation. Is he Christ returned. . . or something much darker? Continue Reading →