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The Big Sick ♛ ♛ 

The premise puts the spotlight on Kumail Nanijani who you’ll recognize from HBO’s Silicon Valley. In this small gem, he’s a stand-up comic whose routines center around his Pakistani upbringing.  In his hometown he learned to pray, play cricket and is expected to … read more


Dunkirk ♛ 

(reviewed by The Movie Knight) Based on the true story about the Dunkirk Beach evacuation that took place in 1940, when German forces pushed the allied army of the British and the French to the beach – where over 300,000 men would be sitting ducks – there were very few to carry out the mass evacuation, so civilian vessels were called in to help with the rescue.

This film follows three stories. One involves a small … read more


The Beguiled ♛ ♚ 1/2

The story opens in Virginia 1864, with the grey-beard of Spanish moss hanging from the oak trees.  The buzz of  locusts and mosquitos weigh heavy in the heat, as a young girl, Amy (Oona Laurence) tromps down a long dusty road. The curious child comes upon an injured Union soldier, Corporal McBurney (Colin Farrell) shot … read more


Despicable Me 3 ♛  1/2

(reviewed by our guest critic: The Movie Knight) Newlyweds Gru (Steve Carell) and Lucy (Kristen Wiig) continue their work for the Anti-Villain League until they fail to capture the newest supervillain, Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker). Out of work and suddenly finding themselves purposeless, things look pretty bleak, until … read more

47 Meters Down ♛ 

(Reviewed by our Guest Critic, The Movie Knight) Sisters Lisa and Kate (Mandy Moore and Claire Holt) are having a dream vacation in Mexico. Kate needs to blow off some steam as her boyfriend just broke up with her because he found her to be “boring.” Wanting to prove him wrong, the girls decide to try something … read more


The Mummy ♛ 1/2 

(From our Guest critic, The Movie Knight).  Princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella) was once the Pharaoh’s sole heir who would one day rule all of Egypt. Until a son is born… Ahmanet now stands to inherit nothing.  She turns to the dark gods for help and in doing so commits unspeakable crimes. As punishment, she is mummified alive, buried away for eternity. That is until Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) uncovers … read more

Paris Can Wait ♛ ♕ ♛ 

Anne (Diane Lane) is admiring the bougainvillea that frames the view of the open sea from the deck of her hotel room on the French Rivera.  As she snaps photos of breakfast croissants, her husband, Michael (Alec Baldwin) barks commands into his cell phone inside the room.  Apparently, his movie crew … read more

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales ♕ ♛ 

(From our Guest critic: The Movie Knight)  The Spaniard Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) made a vow to rid the sea of all pirates. He almost succeeded in his mission until he ran into a young pirate named Jack Sparrow.  The encounter left Salazar and his crew dead, but not gone. Their ghosts are back and they are hunting … read more 


Alien: Covenant 

(Reviewed by our Guest Critic, The Movie Knight):  It has been 10 years since the space ship Prometheus left on its mission and was never heard from again. The colony ship Covenant holds 15 crewmembers, 2000 colonists and 1000 second generation embryos. Its mission is to colonize a planet 7 years away from Earth; but, a storm in space awakens … read more

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ♚

From live radio report:  You know a film is in trouble when the studio – in this case, Warner Bros. – opens the movie with a WARNING NOTICE about the audience NOT speaking, printing or expressing any emotion over this film publicly. Until it’s opening date.

The warning might have read that the film itself has no expression or emotion of any kind. Instead, they – King Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) and … read more 

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ♛ ♕ 

(reviewed by our guest critic: The Movie Knight) The Guardians of the Galaxy are back! Peter Quill/Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (Dave Bautista), Rocket (Bradley Cooper) and Baby Groot (Vin Diesel) have been hired by the Sovereign to fight off an inter-dimensional monster. The aliens then turn on … read more

Gifted ♚ ♛ ♕ 

Gifted might be about a math child prodigy, but it’s also the ‘perfect equation’ to fill your empty heart. It’s this spring’s must-see … read more 

Going in Style ♛ ♕ 

‘The Hangover’ for the geriatric set.  Willie (Morgan Freeman) has just found out he hasn’t much time left to live.  He wants to visit his daughter and grand-daughter, but … read more

The Zookeeper’s Wife ♛ ♕ 

The Zookeeper’s Wife – Based on a true story and subsequent book by Diane Ackerman, comes a film about the Warsaw zoo couple, Jan Zabinski (Johan Haldenbergh) and his wife, Antonina (Jessica Chastain).  It’s Poland 1939, and World War is upon them.  As the animals are taken … read more

Table 19 ♚ ♛ ♕ 

It’s the wedding of the Grotsky’s. But, the now ‘ex’ maid of honor, Eloise (Anna Kendrick) is ousted at the reception after the bride’s brother breaks up with her…On a sticky note.

For that reason, she is punished to the reception’s non-alluring Table 19. The one in the back. Near the kitchen. Or is it the exit sign?

Seated with random guests that include  … read more

Lego Batman ♚ ♛ ♕ 

LEGO Batman (reviewed by our Guest Critic: The Movie Knight)  Lego Batman (voiced by Will Arnett) is the ultimate crime fighting machine. When The Joker (voiced by Zach Galifianakis) gets all of Batman’s villains and more to take down the crime fights, he still manages to overcome all odds and stop the bad guy’s plans and doing it in style too. All The Joker really want is … read more


A Dog’s Purpose ♕ ♚ ♛ ♕ 

There are four dogs in this film – Bailey, Buddy, Tino and Ellie all voiced by Josh Gad. With Bailey, our first dog, she’s a puppy, left in an overheated car. As she drools and whines, she tells us she’s wondering how to get a drink of water. When a passerby mother and her son, Ethan, see the situation, and break the glass to rescue … read more


Patriot’s Day ♕ ♚ ♛

From the ‘wicked’ good day’ to the ‘chow-dah head’ the immediate Boston tone is prevalent.  Anyone who grew up there (and Screen Queen is one of them) knows that there’s only one of two things you do on Patriots day: Go to … read more

Hidden Figures  ♕ ♚ ♛ 1/2

Yes, this is rocket science.  And behind every good man (astronaut) is apparently, a woman.

In Hidden Figures a team of African-American women team up to provide NASA with the major mathematical data needed to launch the program’s first successful space mission.

But there’s some problems surrounding that fact….this is Hampton, Virginia, 1961, so they don’t take easily to this type of thing. Yet, Katherine … read more

Silence ♕ ♚ ♛

(Reviewed by our Guest Critic: The Movie Knight) In 17th Century Portugal, two priests, Father Rodrigues and Father Garrpe (Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver) get word that their mentor, Father Ferreira (Liam Neeson) has either died in Japan or is alive, but has renounced the Christian faith. Neither of the two can believe either story, especially … read more



My Personal Top 10 for the year 2016 – not to be confused with what was ‘for consideration’ for my Oscar voting

1.   La La Land,

2.   Hell or High Water

3.   Manchester by the Sea

4.   Birth of a Nation

5.   Hacksaw Ridge

6.   Sing Street

7.   Love & Friendship

8.   Florence Foster Jenkins

9.  Nocturnal Animals

10. Eddie the Eagle

Worth a rental and more:
The Secret Life of Pets


The Meddler starring Susan Sarandon

Things to Come – small French foreign film – Isabella Huppert


La La Land ♚ ♛ ♕♚ (#1 Film of the year)

Directed and written by Damien Chazelle, who brought us (my 2014 favorite film) Whiplash, comes La La Land. It’s a musical extravaganza we haven’t seen since the days of Moulin Rouge. But Moulin Rouge was sexy, dark and often misunderstood by critics.  La La Land is heartfelt and uplifting. Modern day ‘girl meets boy’ kind-of-stuff set against the backdrop of old Hollywood movie sets.  Yet, it’s not meant to be a contemporary Singing in the Rain.  Somehow, La La Land manages to be … read more

Manchester by the Sea ♚ ♛ ♕♚

When the film opens, you hear a voice coming from a boat, sailing the north shore of Boston. The man from the voice, Lee, is joking around with his brother (Kyle Chandler) and his nephew, Patrick  (Lucas Hedges.)  You’re certain that when the camera zooms in you’ll be seeing the voice turn into … read more







Coming Soon

Murder on the
Orient Express

In theaters Nov. 10, 2017

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Murder on the Orient Express

An Inconvenient Sequel
Truth to Power

In theaters August 3, 2017

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An Inconvenient Sequel - Truth to Power



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