End of Days, Maybe (Series Review: “Good Omens”)

An irreverent send-up of the Armageddon Bible story, with The Omen and Rosemary’s Baby movie homages placed firmly tongue in cheek. Scathingly funny and ingenious. Continue Reading →


I’m Just an Analyst (Series Review: “Jack Ryan: Season 1”)

The CIA Analyst turned Warrior gets the job done in an exciting series that breathes new life into a well-worn book & movie franchise. Continue Reading →


We’re All Ridiculous (Film Review: “What We Did on Our Holiday”)

An instant favorite about an eccentric young family in turmoil and their annual holiday in the Scottish Highlands with a wise and hilarious grandfather on the eve of his milestone birthday. Continue Reading →


Defending Your Show (Film Review: “Late Night”)

A crusty British comedy icon is about to be tossed off her throne, when a fresh-faced multi-cultural hire stumbles in whose sincerity may just save her career and her soul. What? It could happen . . . 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 →


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 →