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Disney’s new version of “The Lion King” directed by Jon Favreau opens like the 1994 animated musical, setting the stage with an uplifting vocal of “Nants' Ingonyama” ... more
Is it an allegory? That was the first question that popped into my mind after watching the super-suspenseful "Crawl." more
Writer-director Ari Aster has made quite a name for himself in a short amount of time for twisting the horror genre on its head. First with the unnerving “Hereditary” ... more
In the movie, "Yesterday," an average joe wakes up one day to a world in which everyone but him has no idea The Beatles ever existed.  more
Right up front I have to say "Toy Story 4" is one of the best movies out there right now. Sweet, endearing and, yes, even wholesome ... more
The comedy-sci-fi concept behind Men in Black could probably go on forever if its creators had as much imagination as the special effects designers hired to come up with all ... more
The most disturbing part of “Dark Phoenix,” the new X-Men movie, is not the apocalyptic attack from a mysterious cosmic force or the aliens that want to control it and wipe out all life on earth ... more
Epic. That’s about all I can say about the new “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.” With the sound cranked up high enough to jiggle your synapses, the movie is a visual and aural experience unlike many in cinemas since the Sensurround in 1974’s “Earthquake.” more
Ok, ok, "Brightburn" is the anti-Superman, the Bizarro World-ish version of the Man of Steel. There, I said it. But, “Brightburn” is more than that. In fact, it has bigger fish to fry. more
The third film of any big budget series should ask one of two things from its audience: 1. Do you need a recap because you saw the second movie so long ago you need a reminder? Or, 2., who cares? ... more
What was the "counterculture"? In the 1960s, there was a cultural revolution that pitted young people, political movements, minorities and a resulting media explosion against the … more
There are a lot of good reasons some movies with male leads could easily be remade with female actors and probably turn out better ... more
Charlize Theron doesn't make many mistakes when picking movies in which to star, but once in a while she ends up in a real stinker.  more
When you can fly faster than an X-15, crush boulders with your little finger and manipulate matter on a molecular level, sweating the small stuff might seem a bit out of character. But, the success … more
It's no joke. A lot people still believe in La Llorona, the wailing woman said to haunt the streams and acequias searching for the souls of children to replace her own that she herself drowned. more
Why? Was it really necessary to reboot “Hellboy”? more
I'm a great admirer of author Stephen King, but am always a little puzzled by the way some people come up with knee-jerk comments like, "I hate his movies." more
Woven through the layers of paralyzing terror in writer-producer-director Jordan Peele's "Us" are the kind of enigmatic visual symbols ... more
Two years ago, Taos Shortz Film Festival co-founders Duprelon "Tizzz" Tizdale and Anna Cosentine thought that the festival's 2017 edition would be its grand finale. Thanks to … more
The movie's centerpiece is a wildly crazy-cool amusement park with gravity- and sanity-defying rides imagined by a little girl named June (voiced by Sofia Mali) and her mom (Jennifer Garner). more
Anger only serves the enemy. That's one of the warrior lessons a young woman known as Vers learns among an alien race called the Kree. more
If you saw "In Order of Disappearance," Hans Petter Moland's 2014 Norwegian thriller, be aware that its just-released remake, “Cold Pursuit,” starring Liam Neeson is virtually a … more
This year has seen a number of truly remarkable films hit wide release, and for the first time one became considered for Oscar recognition after debuting on a streaming service ... more
There’s a reason manga works best on the printed page. As a 2-D image brought to life by talented Asian illustrators who unleash a vivid combination of dynamic action ... more
Alphonso Cuarón has said his film, “Roma,” is made up of 90 percent memories, his memories, of when he was growing up in the early 1970s in Mexico City ... more
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