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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
As part of the annual weeklong Albuquerque Film & Music Experience, the 50th anniversary of "Easy Rider" will be celebrated with a film event at the historic KiMo Theatre Sept. 27 … 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
A memorable moment of the 2012 documentary film "Trash Dance" is the scene of a large crane, the kind you see in big city dumps, performing a "dance" whirling around in place with … more
Warren Miller, who died Jan. 25, 2018, was a ski bum with a dream. The New York Times wrote in his obituary that he was a World War II veteran and bought his first movie camera with … more
The all-too-familiar formula that is easy to glean from most films that set out as an action spy thriller with a tinge of seriousness — think Daniel Craig’s 007, “Mission Impossible” or “Jason Bourne” — isn’t so much apparent in this movie from director Reed Morano, working from a screenplay by Mark Burnell based on his own novel.  more
In the new horror feature, "Hereditary," family plays an important role not only because it forms the backdrop for a paranormal mystery, but because it shapes the characters created by writer-director Ari Aster. 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
Laurie Strode — and the young woman who portrayed her — was a teenager when we first saw her in John Carpenter's phenomenally successful horror flick back in 1978. more
The term "award-winning" is not lightly used here. Spanning a career of decades, Pitt has been recognized by the most prestigious international and national purveyors of independent films, including... more
A good horror movie, at least to this writer’s mind, is made of several tried and true formulas ... more
Julian Fellowes has created quite a little industry cataloguing the manners and accoutrement of British aristocracy circa 1920s via his popular television show, “Downton Abbey.” more
Last year, Taos said a reluctant farewell to the Taos Shortz Film Festival. The festival's 10th annual edition was intended as its grand finale. Co-founders Duprelon "Tizzz" Tizdale … more
The Living Rio Campaign is hosting a new Patagonia feature film screening of “Artifishal.” It is described as a film “about people, rivers and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms and our continued loss of faith in nature.” more
For this writer, falling for the "Deadpool" movies is a rather uncomfortable guilty pleasure.On one hand, I haven't laughed this hard at any movie in a really long time. On … more
One might imagine a film having a minimal cast to be ideal. In the case of "Adrift," there is the added appeal of working with two attractive actors beloved by fans eager to … more
It isn’t often that a modern film features a 13-year-old boy choosing refinement over the stereotypical horndog antics of ... more
I was never a big fan of Rex Harrison’s British musical version, and Eddie Murphy’s contemporary American take on “Dr. Doolittle” was funny and cute in its own way, but at least both stars maintained a certain presence on screen. more
Is it an allegory? That was the first question that popped into my mind after watching the super-suspenseful "Crawl." more
The new feature, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” pretty much puts to shame all of the animated super-hero fare in our own lowly universe. more
What would you think if the Son of God reappeared in our midst? Today? In the Middle East? Would we even recognize Him, understand His message, or would we dismiss Him as just another cult leader or charlatan? more
  Hopefully, you didn’t see “Downhill” as a date movie for Valentines Day because if you did it might have let the air out of whatever romantic ideas you might have had … more
The somewhat ironic death of T'Challa's father in "Captain America: Civil War" (2016) introduced audiences to Black Panther, his super-hero alter ego. That moment, however, … more
The University of New Mexico-Taos is well on its way to creating a new generation of media makers right here in Taos.Toward that end, the school is hosting the first Taos Film Day Saturday (April 28) … more
We're still here.Despite still-pervasive stereotypes, persistent racism and a willful ignorance of history, Pueblo Indians are still alive and well. But, today, there's a … more
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