Film Review : John Wick 2

As in 2014’s surprise hit, this elegantly choreographed action sequel elevates its brutal confrontations to a dazzling form of modern dance. “John Wick” wasn’t designed for a sequel. It began with someone killing John Wick’s dog, and…

Film Review : 50 Shades Darker

Last week I had the chance to see Fifty Shades Darker at the LA Premier and it was amazing! It was fun, sexy and followed the story beautifully. Thanks to screenwriter Niall Leonard and Director James Foley,…

Film Review : xXx: Return of Xander Cage

How excited ought one get about a sequel in an action franchise that never got off the ground, featuring the return of the leading man whose refusal to appear in the second installment was part of why…

Film Review : Hacksaw Ridge

Combat medic and conscientious objector Desmond Doss, played by Andrew Garfield in this true story from the second world war, is crouching in a crater at the Battle of Okinawa. With the terrifying uproar of war all…

Film Review : Lion

Lion” sneaks up on you as it proceeds to pluck your heart strings with its little cat feet. Then, before you know it, tear ducts will be brimming and your entire being will be awash with incredible…

Film Review : Split

Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D), a more politically and scientifically correct way of saying “multiple personalities,” has been employed in genre filmmaking for decades.  From Psycho to Dressed to Kill to High Tension, the disorder has been used as…