The Chief’s Daughter (Film Review: “Lionheart”)

A heartwarming generational story about a Nigerian family’s efforts to hold onto their transportation business, against all odds. Continue Reading →


The Obedient Son (Film Review: “The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch”)

A funny and touching story about a nice Orthodox Jewish boy who breaks his Yiddish mother’s heart by falling head over heels for a hot shiksa. True Love or Recipe for Disaster? Continue Reading →


Feel the Burn (Film Review: “Results”)

A peculiar post-modern love story – of sorts – set in the offbeat world of fitness training. Strangely involving. Continue Reading →


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 →