Grab a pint and pull up ye chair to hear about legendary singer, songwriter Shane MacGowan in “Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan.” Prolific music video director and documentarian Julien Temple triumphs in a heartfelt, humorous and exciting exploration of the iconic Pogues’ frontman.
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The best documentary filmmaker right now is not named Alex Gibney, Steven James or Michael Moore, but Alex Winter. Once again, Winter wows audiences and takes them on a most excellent adventure with “Zappa.” Frank Zappa’s impact and influence is undeniable in the music industry. He was
From Second City to Chateau Marmont, John Belushi’s brilliance superseded societal norms to become “America’s Guest” as one of the most captivating comedy geniuses ever. His larger than life legend transcended target audiences and transformed pop culture to become a superstar simultaneously in film, television and music.
Methodically meticulous and mesmerizing, Riz Ahmed’s amazing performance in “Sound of Metal” is nothing short of breathtaking. “Sound of Metal” is a remarkable revolutionizing and riveting film experience that overwhelms the senses! The grueling life of being a touring musician certainly takes a mental and physical toll
Disney damsel Bella Thorne provides a moving performance as the titular “Girl” with a menacing Mickey Rourke in this neo-noir. Bella Thorne gives her finest film performance to date and finds a fantastic film foil with Rourke. An unnamed young woman and titular character (Bella Thorne) returns
Classically conniving, yet charismatic, Jude Law headlines the delightfully dark “The Nest.” Sean Durkin’s sophomore effort hauntingly showcases the stark contrasts of the family dynamic with this thrilling throwback. Ambitious entrepreneur Rory O’Hara (Jude Law) persuades his American wife, Allision (Carrie Coon), to uproot their life and
Road Trips should never be painful, but as The Rolling Stones’ once sang, “You can’t always get what you want.” Clearly, “1 Night in San Diego” didn’t get the directions and took a sharp detour going nowhere. Brooklyn (Laura Ashley Samuels) and her best friend Hannah (Jenna
Classic Costner wrangles you with his latest pseudo-western. Kevin Costner and Diane Liane headline the gripping thriller, “Let Him Go.” Retired sheriff George Blackledge (Kevin Costner) and Margaret (Diane Lane) are aging ranchers living in Montana maintaining a wonderful life with their son James (Ryan Bruce), daughter-in-law
What the $@%! was that? Aaron Wolf’s primordial premise for the horror/thriller “Tar” is somehow a cross between a student film, a B-movie and a porno, but without the campiness and nudity. Lying dormant for the past 40,000, ancient creatures roamed the wetlands and were once revered
Some surprises are just too good to keep hidden, but Borat’s most glorious return during this perplexing pandemic proves the right remedy. Sacha Baron Cohen brilliantly delivers another disturbing, dedicated and devastatingly hilarious performance in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime For Make
A new exciting, emerging talent has made her film debut with “Yellow Rose.” Theater actress Eva Noblezada lights up the screen in a dominating debut film performance that will leave you speechless. Living on the outskirts of Austin, undocumented Filipina teenager Rose (Eva Noblezada) dreams of one
Hipster comedies shouldn’t exist, but when you have cosmic chemistry like John Reynolds and Sunita Mani, maybe it’s time to reevaluate. “Save Yourselves” is a cute, charming comedy about enjoying life and ignoring technology. Brooklyn hipsters Jack (John Reynolds) and Su (Sunita Mani) are obsessed with technology