Little Women is a delicate, poetic powerhouse. It’s my pick for best movie of 2019. Greta Gerwig, an actress turned director, is just magically gifted with her cinematic touch. She’s been overlooked for a Best Director Oscar nomination, which is unfortunate because Little Women shows Gerwig continuing to refine her directorial sensibilities, which include a […]
Heartbreaking Joker holds an ugly mirror up to society
I couldn’t agree less with critics who say that Joker is empty, shallow, or can’t get enough of itself. Joker explores the world of Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix). “Down-and-out” doesn’t begin to describe Arthur’s bleak world. He makes his living as a clown for hire against the dingy backdrop of Gotham, where a sanitation workers’ […]
Geetha’s What To Watch: King Of The Monsters and much more!
Hey it’s summer! It’s happening so fast. I feel like I was only just whining about the cold. But that’s totally okay, especially since it seems there’s something for everyone this time around at the theater. Read on…! GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS Yes, there are folks whining about story, structure, all of that. Really, […]
Geetha’s What To Watch: Captain Marvel!
Hey there everyone! It’s lovely to be back at helm of film here on this amazing website! What’s new and exciting in your life? Things are changing in all sorts of ways, aren’t they? It’s time. We all must move on… and then some! Change sucks, but change is good. And that’s enough nonsense from […]
Green Book: Why can’t we all just get along? It’s complicated
Green Book vs. Driving Miss Daisy vs. Do the Right Thing When I first heard about the controversy around Green Book, I was puzzled. Why would some in the African-American community be upset that a movie portraying a genuine friendship between a white and black man, based on a true story, would be a favorite […]
Geetha’s What To Watch: Glass, Serenity, and more!
Hello folks! I hope things are going well for you? Winter, lovely as it is, always seems to cast a pall on things. But, hey… what’s light without darkness, right? So let’s take a look at what’s new in theaters to light up these dark days… SERENITY Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Diane Lane – all […]
A Dog’s Way Home review: A meaningful live action movie for kids
Every so often you’ll hear on the news an amazing story of a lost dog who returns home against all odds. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like for the dog, look no further than A Dog’s Way Home. The power of a forever home for dogs This movie will definitely resonate with animal lovers: […]
Best snowman movie list plus easy snowman cake
When snowball fights are through, why not come in from a cold and warm up with hot cocoa and a snowman movie? There are a few really good ones that can be enjoyed around Christmas or on a snow day. Here are the best family-friendly snowman movies for cold days when you want to feel […]
Bird Box review: Apocalyptic science fiction thriller is dark but gripping
No one can debate the massive success of Bird Box on Netflix. The streaming service recently announced that 45 million accounts tuned in to watch. Debuting on December 21, folks must have had enough of feel-good, warm and fuzzy Hallmark holiday films and were good and ready for something dark and gritty. Make that very, […]