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Holocaust Drama Recounts Daring Exploits of Heroine Who Save Hundreds of Jews

  The Zookeeper's Wife Film Review by Kam Williams Holocaust Drama Recounts Daring Exploits of Heroine Who Save Hundreds of Jews In 1928, Dr. Jan Zabinski (Johan Heldenbergh) became the director of the Warsaw Zoo. Over the next decade, he … [Read more...]

For movies opening March 24, 2017

  OPENING THIS WEEK Kam's Kapsules Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams For movies opening March 24, 2017 BIG BUDGET FILMS Chips (R for crude humor, graphic sexuality, frontal nudity, violence, drug use and … [Read more...]

Dax Shepard and Michael Pena Co-Star in Raunchy Revival of Classic Cop Series

  Chips Film Review by Kam Williams Dax Shepard and Michael Pena Co-Star in Raunchy Revival of Classic Cop Series Whenever a classic television series is made into a movie, the buzz always seems to be about whether the screen version will … [Read more...]

Reverential Retrospective Revisits Abbreviated Life of Legendary Jazz Great

  I Called Him Morgan Film Review by Kam Williams Reverential Retrospective Revisits Abbreviated Life of Legendary Jazz Great Legendary jazz great Lee Morgan (1938-1972) was born and raised in Philadelphia where he received his first … [Read more...]

Prodigal Daughter Tries to Reconcile with Estranged Dad in Haunting Parable of Biblical Proportions

  The Levelling Film Review by Kam Williams Prodigal Daughter Tries to Reconcile with Estranged Dad in Haunting Parable of Biblical Proportions It's not very clear whether Harry Catto's (Joe Blakemore) death was a murder or a suicide. One … [Read more...]

Microscopic Martian Matter Morphs into Monster in Outer Space Screamfest

  Life Film Review by Kam Williams Microscopic Martian Matter Morphs into Monster in Outer Space Screamfest In recent years, Hollywood has started serving up some outer space adventures, a la The Martian (2015) and The Space between Us … [Read more...]

For movies opening March 17, 2017

  OPENING THIS WEEK Kam's Kapsules Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams For movies opening March 17, 2017 BIG BUDGET FILMS Beauty and the Beast (PG for action, peril, violence and frightening images) Emma … [Read more...]

Intriguing Expose’ Chronicles Billionaire’s Crusade vs. Possible Pyramid Scheme

  Betting on Zero Film Review by Kam Williams Intriguing Expose' Chronicles Billionaire's Crusade vs. Possible Pyramid Scheme     Every couple of years or so, I get approached by a friend or acquaintance excited about some great new … [Read more...]

Zany Mockumentary Features Computer Tech-Turned-Aspiring Actor

  Actor Martinez Film Review by Kam Williams Zany Mockumentary Features Computer Tech-Turned-Aspiring Actor Did you see I'm Still Here (2010), the mockumentary chronicling Joaquin Phoenix's supposed retirement from acting to try his hand … [Read more...]

Ill-Fated Expedition Explores Uncharted Island in Riveting Reboot of Classic Horror Franchise

  Kong: Skull Island Film Review by Kam Williams Ill-Fated Expedition Explores Uncharted Island in Riveting Reboot of Classic Horror Franchise The beloved classic King Kong (1933), starring Fay Wray, revolved around an expedition to an … [Read more...]