In this video I’m breaking down a somewhat forgotten film from 1997, Murder at 1600 starring Wesley Snipes and Diane Lane!
I’m taking a look back at the illustrious career of director Martin Scorsese to cover my picks for his Top-10 Movies.
Recap reviews of the new documentary ‘Sly’ and the mystery thriller ‘Locked In’ now streaming on Netflix and ‘The Marvels’ now playing in theaters.
Recap reviews of ‘Quiz Lady streaming on Hulu as well as ‘Rustin’ and ‘Nyad’ both now streaming on Netflix.
An Ivy League drop-out travels to the Colorado wilderness, where he joins a team of buffalo hunters on a journey that puts his life and sanity at risk. Based on the highly acclaimed novel by John Williams.
After a fateful near-miss, an assassin battles his employers, and himself, on an international manhunt he insists isn’t personal.
Members of the Osage tribe in the United States are murdered under mysterious circumstances in the 1920s, sparking a major F.B.I. investigation involving J. Edgar Hoover.
Just weeks before the deadline for his latest commission, a composer has lost the creative spark that brought him international acclaim. At the urging of his ever-patient wife he searches for inspiration on the Brooklyn waterfront and finds it in a thrill-seeking tugboat captain who soon has Steven questioning everything in his life.
Tom Nichols is a hardened New England detective, unflinching in his pursuit of a case where nothing is as it seems and it begins to dismantle the illusions in his own life.
Robert McCall finds himself at home in Southern Italy but he discovers his friends are under the control of local crime bosses. As events turn deadly, McCall knows what he has to do: become his friends’ protector by taking on the mafia.
There’s just one dream for the women of Ballygar to taste freedom: to win a pilgrimage to the sacred French town of Lourdes.
A CIA operative and his translator flee from special forces in Afghanistan after exposing a covert mission.
A young and fiercely independent woman is forced to flee her home in the Mexican desert following the brutal murder of her mother.
Let’s take a look back at the filmography of Jake Gyllenhaal to cover my picks for his top-10 movies!
A sculptor preparing to open a new show must balance her creative life with the daily dramas of family and friends, in Kelly Reichardt’s vibrant and captivatingly funny portrait of art and craft.
Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant follows US Army Sergeant John Kinley (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Afghan interpreter Ahmed (Dar Salim). After an ambush, Ahmed goes to Herculean lengths to save Kinley’s life. When Kinley learns that Ahmed and his family were not given safe passage to America as promised, he must repay his debt by returning to the war zone to retrieve them before the Taliban hunts them down first.
The story of shoe salesman Sonny Vaccaro, and how he led Nike in its pursuit of the greatest athlete in the history of basketball, Michael Jordan.
Two youngsters reeling from bad breakups who connect over an eventful day in South-London.
Based on the true story of American video game salesman Henk Rogers and his discovery of TETRIS in 1988. When he sets out to bring the game to the world, he enters a dangerous web of lies and corruption behind the Iron Curtain.
An undocumented Filipina immigrant lands a job as a care-worker for a terminal old man, securing a better life for her and her daughter. But a dark discovery threatens to destroy everything she’s strived for and holds dear.
Flamin’ Hot is the story of Richard Montañez, the Frito Lay janitor who channeled his Mexican American heritage and upbringing to turn Flamin’ Hot Cheetos into a snack that disrupted the food industry and became a global phenomenon.
Follows a teenage graffiti artist who ran away from home and holds up an unwary MTA worker in a robbery gone right that would change their lives forever.
Woody Harrelson stars in the hilarious and heartwarming story of a former minor-league basketball coach who, after a series of missteps, is ordered by the court to manage a team of players with intellectual disabilities. He soon realizes that despite his doubts, together, this team can go further than they ever imagined.
A review of the star-studded new Netflix comedy YOU PEOPLE starring Jonah Hill, Eddie Murphy, Lauren London, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Nia Long, and David Duchovny.
The new dramedy MAYBE I DO features a star-studded cast, but does that automatically mean this is a great film? Check out my review to find out!
In Alice, Darling Anna Kendrick plays a young woman trying to live under the weight of an abusive relationship before reaching her breaking point. Check out my review of this new drama to see why she delivers one of the most effective performances of her career!
It’s time for another episode of my Top-10 series and today I’m diving into one of my current favorites in the genre of action, Gerard Butler! He can do drama, comedy, sci-fi, and he can kick ass with the best of them!
Over his career Nicolas Cage has found national treasures, fought convicts on a plane, saved the West Coast from a chemical attack, had his face taken off, and he’s even played himself…sort of. But Cage has never been in a western, until now with, “The Old Way”!
Tom Hanks has portrayed some of the most lovable characters over his five decade spanning career. In “A Man Called Otto” he plays probably one of his grumpiest. Check out my review of this dramatic comedy to see if it’s worth checking out!
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Looking to refresh, or build your knowledge of 80’s movies? In this video I’m breaking down the Top-100 movies from the glorious decade that everyone should watch! It was ten years filled with some of the most wild, over the top, and truly unique films in cinematic history.
Do you love sports movies with a focus on drama? Do you like movies from the 80’s & 90’s? Do little hidden cinematic gems sound nice? How about little hidden gems about sports from the 80’s & 90’s? Well then check out this video as I cover 5 Sports Dramas from the 80’s & 90’s you may have forgotten about!
The true story of Jason Derek Brown – a bold and cunning conman who scams to fuel his lifestyle while eventually lands him on the FBI’s top ten fugitive list. Who is still at large to this day.
A group of skilled climbers go on an expedition to Switzerland in an attempt to scale a trio of challenging mountains. But when a storm rolls in and one of the climbers gets injured, they will be stranded near the summit with only their sheer will and each other to rely on for survival.
It’s time for the final episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 10-1. It’s been an awesome cinematic journey and Top-10 list’s don’t get much better than this collection of classics.
It’s time for another episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 20-11.
A harrowing portrayal of the real-life mission of elite divers from across the globe uniting to rescue a boys soccer team trapped in an intricate network of caves that are slowly filling with floodwaters.
A depiction of the Battle of Hansan Island, in which Admiral Yi Sun-shin’s daring battle tactics and fierce spirit rallied the Joseon navy against advancing Wae invaders five years before the Battle of Myeongnyang.
To protect her incarcerated brother from a prison gang, a truck driver will reluctantly agree to smuggle illicit cargo, unaware that FBI investigators are closing in on her. But when this cargo on her truck ends up being a little girl wrapped-up in a human-trafficking ring, her morals will be put to the test.
On the eve of the pandemic two complete strangers June (Holmes) and Charlie (Sturgess) end up at the same double-booked New York Airbnb. Junes in an unhealthy relationship. Charlies still scarred from recently coming out of one. And while alone on lockdown they get to know one another and realize what they’ve been looking for is potentially right there between them.
In a desolate region of inland California, ranch-owning siblings OJ (Kaluuya) and Emerald (Palmer) discover something extraordinary in the skies and set out to capture it on film.
Nearing the end of the list, I have another episode of my Top-100 Movies from the 1980’s, and films #30-21 deliver a touch of everything the decade at the cinema would come to be known for!
A fading CIA intelligence officer broken down from her life in the field and left with little money at the expense of her vices, is given one last mission to recruit an asset connected to a Saudi Royal Family. An operation that will test her already fractured mental state.
When Kath and Max show up to a remote cabin in the woods for a quiet getaway they arrive to find another mysterious young couple already there. With the cabin double booked the strangers make the best of the night, but when Max is missing the next morning Kath is obsessed with finding him.
A couple of wealthy Londoners try to cover up a tragic accident with a young man enroot to a lavish weekend party in the Moroccan desert. But when the father arrives seeking his son, the tension escalates as secrets are exposed and morals are tested.
When his entire platoon is killed during a highly covert mission, a former Navy SEAL officer begins to investigate what went wrong, and to seek justice on who were involved.
When a drug dealer is sentenced to a 10-year stint in prison he is given the offer of a commuted sentence if he agrees to be transferred to a maximum-security prison to coerce a confession from a serial killer in an attempt to locate the bodies of several young girls.
I’m diving into another nostalgia packed episode of my TOP-100 MOVIES from the 1980’s covering films 40-31.
In this episode of the Top-10 I’m diving into an action star that’s five decades in the game. He’s been the villain. He’s been the hero. He’s been in large blockbusters and small straight-to-video hits, and he is Dolph Lundgren.
I have another episode of the Top-100 Movies from the 80’s! Ten great movies from a glorious cinematic decade as we approach the top of the list!