Naked Among Wolves

By Debbie Elicksen. Naked Among Wolves (2015) is a gripping story that takes place during tense days just before the Buchenwald camp was liberated during World War II. Director Philipp Kadelbach Continue Reading →

All the Way

By Debbie Elicksen. All the Way (2016) is an adaptation of Robert Schenkkan‘s Tony-award winning play about Lyndon B. Johnson. The casting is superb. Bryan Cranston has a way of Continue Reading →

Mississippi Burning

By Eric Johnson. Set in the fictional town of Jessup County, Mississippi Burning (1988) is a film about hatred. After three civil rights activists go missing, two of these activists Continue Reading →

Danny Collins

By Debbie Elicksen. Imagine you’ve lived your whole career in a certain way. But if you had known about a letter that was written to you right at the start, Continue Reading →

The Conjuring 2

By Eric Johnson. If you enjoyed the first movie, The Conjuring (2013), you will enjoy this one as well. The Conjuring 2 (2016) takes place in London where Ed and Lorraine Continue Reading →

The Stoning of Soraya M.

By Debbie Elicksen. The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008) is based on a true story about modern Iran and is an adaptation of the book La Femme Lapidée, written by Continue Reading →

The Deer Hunter

By Eric Johnson. The Deer Hunter (1978) is an emotional film that showcases the lives of three friends that live in industrial Pennsylvania who enlist in the Vietnam war. There Continue Reading →

Side Effects

By Debbie Elicksen. Side Effects (2013) is a psychological thriller directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Scott Z. Burns. Emily Taylor (Rooney Mara) is a women struggling with mental Continue Reading →

The Strangers

By Eric Johnson. The Strangers is filled with horror movie clichés, from the antagonists wearing masks, to the protagonists lack of competent decisions. Like they say though, if it’s not Continue Reading →

The Walk

By Debbie Elicksen. The Walk (2015) is really a love letter to the World Trade Center towers. Based on a true story, Joseph Gordon-Levitt can be forgiven for his quasi-French Continue Reading →