Sometimes as a human race we can look to a culture to remind us what it is to be sensitive and human. In this film, we follow a hapless grocery store clerk in Queens who is just trying to see his son after he has been separated from him when his wife died.
Gay cinema isn’t new but it is few and far between in the mainstream. May gay voices are sharing online they don’t see this as a “gay film” perse but rather a love story between two men that are likely bisexual. The author of the bestselling… Read the rest
It’s being compared to the classic film “the Shining.” It’s clearly weird like this director’s other recent film, “The Lobster.” Yorgos Lanthimos directed this and co-wrote it as well. His skills at suspense… Read the rest
It’s Alive (1974) https://t.co/BjebrZVRBY Vintage horror, like me 🙂 Seriously though, this is a suspenseful, creepy, moody horror film I could watch a few times and not get bored. The noobs of horror should check it out to see how they used to scare
Kong: Skull Island (2017) https://t.co/7FpSN0D2bK Such amazing creatures, created by the infamous Crash McCreery who did the creatures for so many other films like “The Village.” Brie Larson rocked this film as well. Everybody had a
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) https://t.co/Q02P5A0TNP The 2 cool things in this film (spoilers) …….. cutting the evil dude in half and astral projection. Those are both in the final 30 mins which are the only minutes worth watching. Save your