Spotlight Review

September 15, 2017 Karen Ayoub 0

“Break the Story, Break the Silence” – the slogan of the 2015 crime drama film Spotlight – rings powerfully. Based on real events, Spotlight tells the story of a news team investigating widespread child sex […]

How to Save Original Films

May 7, 2017 Scott Waldmann 0

This article is not to say that film needs saving, but it is more of one perspective versus another within a web-of-a-battle. There are really only five types of film: fiction, nonfiction, a hybrid that […]

La La Land (2016): 10 out of 10

February 9, 2017 Scott Waldmann 0

A modern day musical, an all-star cast of two, and fourteen Oscar nominations; Damien Chazelle (Whiplash) gives us all this and more as he directs his third film with the amazing chemistry between frontrunners Emma […]

What Makes a Film ‘Great’?

September 21, 2016 Scott Waldmann 0

Every year, a new batch of films arrives to replace the previous year’s hits or misses which either solidifies or loosens the previous-previous year’s grasp of memorable films while also loosening the previous-previous-previous hold year’s […]

Streaming and You: 1920s Films

October 1, 2014 Akshay Somana 0

With the plethora of movies we have today, it’s hard to believe that filmmaking is a relatively new art that began just more than a century ago. The first movies—black and white, soundless, and usually […]