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Once upon a time, a wealthy philanthropist named John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) had an idea for an amusement park that would change the world. So, playing God, he used … more
The filthy rich Le Domas family likes to play games. In fact their wealth is derived from the board games and other amusements in which their patriarch invested generations ago ... more
If you don’t know who WWE female wrestler Paige is, don’t worry. I didn’t either until I saw this movie based on the rise of Saraya Knight (Florence Pugh) ... more
Lightning rarely strikes twice in animated movies, and now with the “Disney Princess Movie” imprint to uphold, the motive to electrify audiences for the new “Frozen II” movie is even more imperative ... 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
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
Taos Pueblo filmmakers interested in developing their media-arts projects are eligible to receive funding through the newly established Senator John Pinto Memorial Filmmakers Fund. Individual Native filmmakers can use funds toward any aspect of production. This can include, film, TV, video games or audio visual projects. more
Dean Devlin is a producer best known for blockbuster pictures, such as "Independence Day," "Godzilla" and "Stargate." But, as a director, his rather light resume now lists a … more
Horror author Stephen King knows what scares us because he knows what hurts. It's the key to his success. He makes horror a personal experience ... 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
The following has been edited from a 2008 article. It started out as a much smaller movie. It was designed to help dramatize the hard-edged reality of life among Taoseños faced … more
A movie like “The Meg” doesn’t come along often, and when it does you might wish you could somehow un-see Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws,” so it could be new all over again. more
By Rick Romancito tempo@taosnews.com   A favorite of children and adults since its release in 1941, the original Disney animated "Dumbo" brought a sweet fantasy to life that has … more
Many of Steven Spielberg's movies are chapters in a long tome on lost innocence, broken families yearning to be repaired and nostalgia for a past when certain warm and fuzzy … more
The most surprising thing about "The House with a Clock in Its Walls" isn't that its cast is headed by the unlikely duo of Jack Black and Cate Blanchett. It's that director Eli Roth is at the helm. more
Jack London wrote his novel, “Call of the Wild,” after observing firsthand what it was like for late 19th century gold miners in the thoroughly unforgiving wilderness of the far Yukon … more
Tom Cruise's latest, "Mission Impossible: Fallout," is an impressive high-tech machine of a movie. You can practically see the finely wrought titanium gears spinning … more
The old school tag line "ripped from today's headlines" could very well have been plastered all over the promo posters for Clint Eastwood's new film "Richard Jewell," but the promise veiled in that proclamation fails when you discover the film's real intent. more
Possession is nine tenths of the law, according to the old maxim. That apparently also applies to a particularly hellish demon who snags a human body and won't let go even after death. more
I've always admired the aw-shucks courage displayed by astronauts. The idea that there are men and women, who possess the amazing combination of superior intellect, raw nerve, peerless skill, grace under fire, and focused humility ... 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
  It’s probably a sure bet that “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” won’t make anyone’s best movies list alongside “Citizen Kane.” But then, you’d have to be one serious lunatic to put those movies together in the first place. more
Because part of "Zombieland: Double Tap" involves a pilgrimage to Graceland, I thought it might be fun to rattle off a bunch of Elvis-related non sequiturs ... more
War itself has always been brutal, but the Industrial Revolution helped create a horrifying meat grinder during this "war to end all wars." The machines created to destroy human bodies during the first World War (1914-1918) were made even more effective because medics had no way to cope with the volume much less the severity of destruction. But, still, men, and boys, marched off to fight, starched with visions of glory. more
The new horror movie, "Escape Room," has been rightfully compared to the Canadian cult flick, "Cube." The similarity is illustrated by a group ... more
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