‘The Infiltrators’ Builds A Case For Reform

In this day and age, political discussions are plentiful. Sometimes, the every day is so inundated it’s difficult to remember that there are people at the heart of these issues. “Politics” don’t happen in a vacuum. When it comes to making the case for immigration reform, the connection to the bodies and souls behind the…

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‘We Summon the Darkness’ is Ironic, Hilarious Mayhem

“Satanic Panic” was a real thing. No, seriously.  A dominate, and unifying, narrative from the evangelical 80s was the belief that the road to hell was paved with heavy metal records. People were convinced that devil worship was on the rise and satantic cults were actively recruiting the world’s children. Listening to, and attending, metal…

‘Saint Frances’ Turns Failing Into Compelling Drama

From the outset, it’s clear Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan) isn’t even close to living the life she intended. At 34 years old, she’s still waiting tables for a living and definitely making questionable romantic choices. She looks young and untried; until you see the world-weary and defeat lurking in her gaze. Soon after meeting Bridget the…

Himesh Patel in Yesterday, courtesy Universal Pictures

Review: Yesterday Takes The Beatles Out of Time

Jack Malik (Himesh Patel from BBC’s EastEnders), a struggling singer/songwriter, lives in a small English seaside town. Years ago, He left his career to pursue music encouraged by his manager/best friend Ellie (Lily James, Baby Driver) but after ten years of toiling in obscurity, Jack’s ready to throw in the towel. Just as he admits…

Review: All About Nina | Ro Reviews

  All About Nina is writer-director Eva Vives’s feature film debut starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead as witty, yet acerbic, standup comedian Nina Geld. Nina’s got a career on the rise, a chip on her shoulder, and a serial hook-up habit that barely patches over the mess that is her love life. She’s unafraid to let…