A stunning recreation of Neil Armstrong’s trailblazing trip to the moon with superb cinematography, acting and direction.
Even with its painfully slow and deliberate pacing one still doesn’t get much more insight into Rodin the man, just his lifestyle.
Sevigny and Stewart shine in their roles in this this psychological thriller retelling the infamous Lizzie Borden murders.
Spike Lee has returned with a vengeance with ‘BlacKkKlansman’ – it’s an important film with a lot to say and if it offends and makes you actually feel something then I think it will have done its job.
An heroic event captured with the actual heroes that made it happen, but director Clint Eastwood does not give viewers enough substance for a feature length film.
Spielberg crafts a sometimes melodramatic, but constantly suspenseful and gripping documdrama in ‘The Post’
This now Oscar-winning film (Best Actor, Gary Oldman) hits Blu-ray in a solid release from Universal.
This comedy/biopic is a fine mix of kinetic energy, gritty rock and roll, and sad commentary on the tabloid media
A riveting political thriller with a heavyweight cast and superb direction that tells the true story of the Pentagon Papers, starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and directed by Steven Spielberg.
A well-done historical drama that depicts the first month of the Churchill administration including the epic evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk. Gary Oldman took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his role.