JM Archive

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Review! JM says, the movie “persists as another, stellar satire in Sacha Baron Cohen’s filmography” and “the Best Comedy of 2020.”

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

Native Son Review! JM says, “Richard Wright’s wondrous and hypnotic powerful performance provides a ferocious film-noir gut-punch.”

Portraying his own iconic literary character, Richard Wright’s wondrous and hypnotic powerful performance provides a ferocious film-noir gut-punch. For the first time in 70 years, the complete uncensored version and original adaptation of “Native Son” arrives in the US courtesy of Kino Lorber through Kino Marquee’s virtual

Kajillionaire Movie Review! JM says, it’s “a tender, thought-provoking comedy and the epitome of what movie gems should be.”

Filmmaker Miranda July returns with “Kajillionaire,” a profoundly phenomenal picture and one of the most original comedies of the year. Evan Rachel Wood, Richard Jenkins and Debra Winger are absolutely spellbinding! Omne trium perfectum, everything in threes is perfect, sums up one con-artist family. Low level criminals

The Artist’s Wife Review! JM says, “Bruce Dern and Lena Olin (have) painted a phenomenal picture.”

Bruce Dern’s decadelong distinctive and remarkable reinvention as a cantankerous curmudgeon continues with “The Artist’s Wife.” Paired with the lovely Lena Olin, they’ve painted a phenomenal picture with two riveting performances in this adult drama. Critically acclaimed artist Richard Smythson’s (Bruce Dern) eccentric tendencies are starting to

The Devil All the Time Movie Review! JM says, “Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson prove once again why they’re the next generation of transcendent actors.”

Despite a strong stellar cast, “The Devil All the Time” torments those searching for a gritty gothic tale. Nonetheless, Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson prove once again why they’re the next generation of transcendent actors in the vein of Michael Keaton and Christian Bale. Based on the