Reviews

Review: RBG (2018)

By Melissa Houghton Everyone has a story. A life lived with a beginning, middle and end. Like fingerprints, a person’s story is uniquely their own, yet their life’s purpose may influence the lives of millions of others. Some people living their middle rise to great heights and become iconic figures identifiable by their initials: MLK,…

Blu-Ray Review: CRAZY RICH ASIANS (***)

By John H. Foote In a brilliant marketing move, Warner Brothers has rushed their blockbuster comedy, which is also a major Best Picture contender into the home market for Christmas. Count on this being underneath many a tree of stuffing many a stocking for the holiday season. This will build even greater awareness for the…

Review: THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS (***)

By John H. Foote The Coen Brothers are without question national treasures to the cinema. Since their explosion into the art form with Blood Simple (1987), they have dazzled audiences and critics with their wildly quirky and original works. Even their weaker films and there are few of these, are much more interesting than what…