Just Below the Surface (Film Review: “The Dig”)

Based on the true story of the archeological wonder discovered in an English widow’s pasture on the eve of WWII. A moving elegy about the permanence of Death and the continuum of Life. Continue Reading →


To Thine Own Self. . . (Film Review: “Uncle Frank”)

A bittersweet film that paints an all too familiar portrait of sexual prejudice and persecution in a not so distant past America. Continue Reading →


While the Lady Vanished (Film Review: “Agatha and the Truth of Murder”)

An amusing re-imagining of the 11 days the legendary murder mystery author went missing in 1926. . . when Author becomes Sleuth. Continue Reading →


Defining Redemption (Film Review: “The Professor and the Madman”)

Sean Penn and Mel Gibson shine in the engrossing and ultimately heartbreaking true story of the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary. Continue Reading →


A Seat at the Table (Film Review: “Molly’s Game”)

Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin from the memoir by Molly Bloom, detailing how she became an FBI target after single-handedly creating the most prestigious ultra private poker game in history. Continue Reading →


Not My Husband (Series Review: “The Undoing”)

A twisted family thriller starring Nicole Kidman & Hugh Grant that begs the proverbial question: How well do you know your partner, really? Continue Reading →


Some Crime Families (Film Review: “I’m Your Woman”)

A new kind of Feminist Thriller genre proves that Motherhood is worth killing for. Continue Reading →