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Prince Charming Courts Sickly Next-Door Neighbor in Bittersweet Coming-of-Age Tale

  Everything, Everything Film Review by Kam Williams Prince Charming Courts Sickly Next-Door Neighbor in Bittersweet Coming-of-Age Tale It's Maddy Whittier's (Amandla Stenburg) 18th birthday, but she won't be celebrating the occasion at a … [Read more...]

Franchise’s Fourth Episode Features New Cast Up to Old Tricks

  Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul Film Review by Kam Williams Franchise's Fourth Episode Features New Cast Up to Old Tricks According to Murphy's Law, "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." And Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul … [Read more...]

Ridley Scott Delivers a Worthy Addition to the Sci-Fi, Horror Franchise

  Alien: Covenant Film Review by Kam Williams Ridley Scott Delivers a Worthy Addition to the Sci-Fi, Horror Franchise Alien: Covenant is the 9th episode in the enduring, sci-fi franchise launched back in 1979, provided you count the trio … [Read more...]

Schumer and Hawn Share Vacation from Hell in Hilarious Farce

  Snatched Film Review by Kam Williams Schumer and Hawn Share Vacation from Hell in Hilarious Farce Emily Middleton (Amy Schumer) is just having one of those days. First, she's fired from her sales job in a boutique for irresponsibly … [Read more...]

Anything Goes in Guy Ritchie’s Fanciful Reimagining of Classic Medieval Fable

  King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Film Review by Kam Williams Anything Goes in Guy Ritchie's Fanciful Reimagining of Classic Medieval Fable Do you remember what happened to the Sherlock Holmes franchise in Guy Ritchie's hands? The … [Read more...]

Cynthia Nixon Delivers Exquisite Depiction of Poet Emily Dickinson

  A Quiet Passion Film Review by Kam Williams Cynthia Nixon Delivers Exquisite Depiction of Poet Emily Dickinson    Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) had less than a dozen of her 1,800 poems published, while she was still alive. Since she was … [Read more...]

Military Misfits Take Shot at Redemption in High Body-Count Splatterfest

  Black Site Delta Film Review by Kam Williams Military Misfits Take Shot at Redemption in High Body-Count Splatterfest    Black Site Delta is a micro-budget production most reminiscent of The Dirty Dozen (1967). Like that classic action … [Read more...]

Abductee Seeks to Escape Kidnappers in Mindbending Sci-fi Thriller

  Rupture Film Review by Kam Williams Abductee Seeks to Escape Kidnappers in Mindbending Sci-fi Thriller Renee (Noomi Rapace) was leading an unremarkable existence in suburban Kansas City the day she was abducted by five strangers after … [Read more...]

Kitchen Sink Comedy Chronicles Cutthroat Rivalry between Neighboring New Orleans Barbershops

  N.O.L.A. Circus Film Review by Kam Williams Kitchen Sink Comedy Chronicles Cutthroat Rivalry between Neighboring New Orleans Barbershops Will (Martin Bradford) is the proprietor of Kupcakes, a hair salon located in Algiers, the only New … [Read more...]

WWI Saga Revolves around Love Triangle in the Midst of Ethnic Cleansing

  The Promise Film Review by Kam Williams WWI Saga Revolves around Love Triangle in the Midst of Ethnic Cleansing It's Eastern Turkey in 1914, which is where we find druggist Mikael Boghosian (Oscar Isaac) applying his trade in his … [Read more...]