Barring the inimitable Dr. Strangelove, The Death of Stalin is perhaps the funniest comic political recreation in history. It succeeds in taking the death of a leader and turning it into a comic treasure, with the laughs beginning during the first scene. The plot… Continue Reading “THE DEATH OF STALIN ”
After the amazing direction and writing of the original film, it was clear that a sequel would never come close to matching the tense atmosphere and the detailed characters that populated the realistic world of Sicario. However, I did not think that this could… Continue Reading “SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO ”
Seeing one of the best sounding and looking films on a giant screen was one of the best experiences I have had with film. Every time I have seen this flick, it seems to suck me in like a vacuum. It puts me in… Continue Reading “50TH ANNIVERSARY – 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY”
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