REVIEW: “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”

REVIEW: “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”

I’ve read a handful of rather perplexing reviews of “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”, the new sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s exceptional 2015 border thriller. It seems the film’s perceived politics has stirred the ire of a segment of moviegoers. Perhaps it’s the byproduct of Trump-era baggage being projected onto every frame. It’s surprising because my … Continue reading

REVIEW: “It Comes At Night”

REVIEW: “It Comes At Night”

“It Comes At Night” has some intensely personal roots for its writer and director Trey Edward Shults. The film’s genesis can be found in Shults’s sorrow following the death of his father. After ten plus years of estrangement fueled by his father’s addictions, the two reconciled on his deathbed. Shults began writing “It Comes At … Continue reading

5 Phenomenal Bicycle Scenes

5 Phenomenal Bicycle Scenes

Isn’t it amazing how something as simple as a bicycle can leave such a mark when it comes to movies. Okay, so maybe I’m stretching things a bit but you get where I’m going. It’s actually good filmmakers who make these things stick with us. Today we are looking at five instances where filmmakers have used bicycles in … Continue reading