Film Review: “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

Rated R 106 Minutes Released October 19 Melissa McCarthy is one of those rare actors whose instinct can unmask the face of comedy as the alter ego...

“Us Vs. Them” Mentality in “22 July”

Rated R 133 Minutes Released October 10 In light of the enormously significant election we just participated in, I would like to bring attention to a film that...

Cinema Italian Style Returns to Santa Monica

Bringing the best of contemporary Italian filmmaking to the Westside. By Sam Catanzaro Westsiders know that Santa Monica is a great place to dine on Italian...

Film Review: “What They Had”

FILM REVIEW "WHAT THEY HAD" Rated R 101 Minutes Released October 19th "What They Had" is a first-time project for Elizabeth Chomko as a writer/director. She possesses a fine...

“First Man”: Small Steps and Great Leaps

I have to admit I was one of those people who thought “La La Land” was a beautiful movie yet somehow it was missing...

Oscar Wilde on the Big Screen

Rated R 105 Minutes Released October 5 "The Happy Prince" may be the closest we will come to actually viewing the great Irish humorist and playwright Oscar...

L.A. Film Fest Highlights

By Whitney Scott Bain The Los Angeles Film Festival, one of the largest and longest running events to showcase independent filmmakers begins this week running...

Review: “Tea With The Dames” – A Delightful Documentary on Four Iconic British Actresses

At The Movies With Lady Beverly Cohn Can you imagine joining screen, stage and TV legends Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie...

Film Review: “Searching”

Rated PG-13 102 Minutes Released August 31st For his first feature film as a writer/director, Aneesh Chaganty has successfully debuted a groundbreaking concept with “Searching”. The story...

“BlacKkKlansman”: A History of American Injustice

Rated R 136 Minutes Released August 10 If you haven’t seen Spike Lee’s 'BlacKkKlansman' yet, put it on your movie wish list. This is a powerful film...