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 →


Growing the Family Business (Film Review: “A Most Violent Year”)

The stakes are high for a hardworking immigrant whose ferocious ambition to seize the American Dream is confounded by suspicion on all sides, a mysterious enemy threatening his very survival, and a nefarious player close to home. Continue Reading →


All The Lonely People (Film Review: “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby”)

“Tragedy is a foreign country. We don’t know how to talk to the natives.” Continue Reading →