Judgment at Nuremburg

By Debbie Elicksen. Stanley Kramer directed and produced the 1961 black and white masterpiece Judgment at Nuremburg. The film was nominated for 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, Continue Reading →


By Debbie Elicksen. Bridesmaids (2011) is a fun comedy about two bridesmaids competing for the approval of being deemed the bride’s best friend. Annie (Kristin Wiig) is every woman. She Continue Reading →


By Debbie Elicksen. Crash is like the 2004 version of Spike Lee‘s Do the Right Thing. It’s a powerful portrayal of how interrelated our lives are, regardless of race. There Continue Reading →

Broken Horses

By Debbie Elicksen. Broken Horses (2015) is the story of two brothers: one who is mentally challenged and is a witness to their father’s murder; the other who is a Continue Reading →

True Story

By Debbie Elicksen. James Franco is exquisitely creepy in the 2015 drama True Story. The screenplay was written by Rupert Goold and David Kajganich. Goold also directed the film. Video Games Continue Reading →

A Clockwork Orange

By Debbie Elicksen. You already know to expect something different from a Stanley Kubrick film and A Clockwork Orange (1971) is no exception. This is a drama that reads like Continue Reading →


By Debbie Elicksen. Amanda Seyfried‘s performance will wow you in the psychological thriller Chloe (2009). This is an excellent twist on the suspicions of a cheating spouse plot. Erin Cressida Wilson Continue Reading →


By Debbie Elicksen. Director Mathieu Kassovitz opens the suspense thriller Gothika (2003) with great optics with Halle Berry‘s (Miranda Grey) opening prison walk. Pre-order Zero Escape 3 today at GameStop.com. Available 12/31/2016. Continue Reading →