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…

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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…

Coco | Movie Review

Using music to navigate a familiar theme of the rebellious kid, Coco journeys through the land of the living and the dead with a healthy sense of self-awareness that keeps things emotionally engaging. Along the way, notable figures and traditions – often used as pop culture props – take the spotlight and are reoriented to their rightful cultural…

Last Flag Flying | Movie Review

Quick Take: Last Flag Flying is a poignant look at life from the rearview mirror, so to speak. It’s a hilarious, heartbreaking, and heroically unapologetic look at life after war and the legacy of a life built post-military service. It’s a beautifully crafted film that conveys all its messages without being obvious or heavy-hand. The story is…

Tragedy Girls | Movie Review

There’s been a recent spate of mainstream horror movies built around modern social media platforms. Most are fun, but fall into the “one and done” watch category. They’re usually not very unique once the blood starts flying and most are accidentally amusing because of the huge holes in the storyline, work too hard to prove…