‘PLAY IT SAFE’ (AFI Fest ’21 Short Film) Review – A Thought-Provoking Short That Forces Audiences to Examine Their Own Prejudices
Written and directed by Mitch Kalisa, Play It Safe is a thought-provoking confrontation on racial prejudices in the arts.
‘Zeros And Ones’ Review – ‘Isn’t the bombastic action outing you might be expecting, however, it is the grounded pandemic thriller we need’
Zeros and Ones isn’t the bombastic action outing you might be expecting, however, it is the grounded pandemic thriller we need.
In The Foundation we see how bold and reckless Ike is with Marty’s money, something that was previously established in the third episode.
‘National Velvet’ Blu-Ray Review – Elizabeth Taylor Makes A Charming Early Impression In Heartwarming Family Film
Warner Archive has released the Elizabeth Taylor and Mickey Rooney family sports drama “National Velvet” on Blu-Ray. Get our thoughts!
‘YOU FEEL IT JUST BELOW THE RIBS’ Review – A Haunting Memoir and an Anti-Climactic Political Thriller Crammed into One Book
You Feel It Just Below the Ribs follows Dr. Gregory’s life from childhood through her time working for the New Society.