It’s All in the Data (Documentary Review: “The Great Hack”)

The shocking truth behind the biggest manipulation of data in the history of mankind. And this is just the tipping point. Continue Reading →


The Woman Behind the Man (Film Review: “Mr. & Mrs. Adelman”)

A captivating and dizzying chronicle of one literary marriage over a 45 year time span, according to rival husband vs. wife narrators. Is the Truth somewhere in-between? Continue Reading →


Reunited and it Feels so…Good? (Series Review: “Friends from College”)

A once close-knit group of Harvard pals rekindles 20 years later in the Big Apple, teenage baggage and secrets in tow, in a hilarious glimpse of the approach-avoidance dance we all do with Adulthood. Continue Reading →


Love on the Spectrum (Film Review: “Keep the Change”)

A poignant and refreshingly honest story about two autistic people navigating the rocky road of romance in the Big Apple. . . a hilarious yet heartwarming journey. Continue Reading →


How To Come In From The Cold (Film Review: “3 Days of the Condor”)

A classic film that captured the imagination of an entire generation in the mid 70s, showcasing Redford and Dunaway at the height of their physical beauty, 3 Days of the Condor is still a piercingly relevant and seminal spy thriller, even more enjoyable the second time around. Continue Reading →


Listening In (Film Review: “The Lives of Others”)

A timely and tautly wound Cold War drama about the perils of independent thought in East Germany, where privacy is never assumed and no one can be trusted. Continue Reading →


Off the Beaten Track (Film Review: “Transsiberian”)

When an American couple befriends two strangers on a train traveling through Russia’s Siberian wilderness, they have no idea what mayhem lies in their path. Continue Reading →