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Review Of The Burnt Orange Heresy

OPENS IN LA & NY MARCH 6, 2020  (Followed by nationwide expansion)LA Opening Day TheaterTHE LANDMARK 10850 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064 The Burnt Orange Heresy Reviewed by Simone Cromer For any lover of art, The Burnt Orange Heresy is more than a thriller its also an examination of morality and truth. Based on […]

Review of Young Ahmed

YOUNG AHMED Directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc DardenneOpens Fri, March 6 at Laemmle Royal Theatre11523 Santa Monica Blvd, California I had no expectations sitting down to watch Young Ahmed but when the film was over I was left with feelings of a sense of deep sadness for so many young people who are swayed by […]

Review of The Invisible Man

Modern Day Horror Master Jason Blum offers us a terrifying reimagining of the classic tale by H.G. Wells. Writer Leigh Whannell brings the tale to life with a topic that is so relevant for today. Though domestic abuse has been around since the beginning of the human species, it has come out of the shadows […]

Quezon’s Game

Reviewed by: Victoria Stewart When a film engages a reader and offers stories of hope, courage, and heroism then you must applaud the filmmaker. And that is what I did after watching Quezon’s Game. I didn’t know anything about the Philippines in regards to World War II or President Manuel L. Quezon. So it was riveting to […]

Black Christmas

If you like slasher films with a bunch of young people getting killed and an evil plot to tame women, then this latest installment from Blum Productions might be your thing. Jason Blum and his company Blumhouse Productions are known for bringing us some memorable films like Get Out, BlackkKlansman, Don’t Let Me Go, and […]

The Disappearance Of My Mother

The critically acclaimed documentary on legendary model-turned-activist Benedetta Barzini Opening in LA on Dec 13 at LAEMMLE MONICA The Disappearance Of My Mother gives so much to ponder about life, beauty, and the choices we make. Benedetta Barzini wants to disappear. An iconic fashion model in the 1960s, she became a muse to Warhol, Dali, Penn, and […]

First Born

Reviewed by Veronica Benson Ben(Reza Sixo Safai) and Kate(Taylor Cole) are living the American dream. Kate, American, and Ben, an Iranian immigrant, are a quintessential story of true love. Though they are from disparate backgrounds, they discovered that love has no nationality. Their marriage is as perfect as can be, except for one problem, they […]

Lost Gully Road

Lost Gully Road Reviewed by Simone Cromer Lucy (Adele Perovic) is a young woman driving to an isolated cabin her sister Cassie rented for them for a week. Lucy arrives there first, expecting her sister to come very soon. She’s greeted by the overly friendly landlady (Jane Clifton), who assures Lucy that “this place looks […]

Review of Away

AWAY follows a young boy after a mysterious crash landing, as he travels across an island on a motorcycle, trying to escape a dark spirit and return home. Directed, written, edited, and produced by Gints Zilbalodis Away takes us on an imaginative adventure without words, where the symbolic images of danger, fear, and hope reside. […]

Funny Story

In Funny Story, two people are about to meet up who have paths leading in the same direction. A well-known TV show actor, Walt Campbell (Matt hew Glave), is trying to enjoy the fortunes of his life with the riches and young girlfriend that his lifestyle affords him. When out on a date with his […]

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