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Reviewing Classics - Written on the Wind (1956) - Douglas Sirk

Douglas Sirk's 1956 drama Written on the Wind became a blueprint for melodramtic storytelling for decades after its realse.

Reviewing Classics - Autumn Sonata (1978) - Ingmar Bergman

Ingmar Bergman's tense portrait of a mother and daughter still stings 40 years after its release, thanks to masterful performances by Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullmann.

Reviewing Classics - Salaam Bombay! (1988) - Mira Nair

Samir reviews Mira Nair's Oscar-nominated social drama Salaam Bombay!

Sally Rooney's Normal People Comes to Television

BBC and Hulu's Normal People is a lovely recreation of the novel it is adapted from, a sensation in the literary world by Sally Rooney.

Reviewing Classics - Jarhead (2005) - Sam Mendes

A review of Sam Mendes' Jarhead starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Foxx. Based on the Gulf War memoir by Anthony Swofford.

Reviewing Classics - The Apartment (1960) - Billy Wilder

Billy Wilder's classic romantic comedy-drama The Apartment is a sharp and memorable pairing of Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine.

Reviewing Classics - La Haine (1995) - Mathieu Kassovitz

A review of contemporary cinema classic La Haine directed by French filmmaker Mathieu Kassovitz.

Reviewing Classics - Seven Samurai (1954) - Akira Kurosawa

A Review of Akira Kurosawa's classic Samurai flick, Seven Samurai, starring Toshiro Mifune.

“The Invisible Man” Review – Never Underestimate a Woman

Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner, Elisabeth Moss, delivers a strong performance in the psychological thriller “The Invisible Man”. Although movie theatres have been forced to close their doors to the public due to Coronavirus, this doesn’t…

Songs That Help Me to be Anywhere but Here

It's easy to get stuck in your head while you're stuck in your homes. Here is a playlist that will transport you to new places. The songs will help settle any anxiety you may be having, and take your mind off of the current tumultuous times we are living in.