Trailer 2: “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”

The family of 'Egon Spengler is the focus of this sequel/reboot of "Ghostbusters." The music pulls a lot of emotional weight in this trailer, but the sentiment of a family trying to carry on a unique and odd legacy still seems touching, and the child actors get a chance to shine among a cast that... Continue Reading →

AFI Fest: Belushi & The Boy Behind the Door Review

Using previously unheard audiotapes recorded shortly after John Belushi's death, director R.J. Cutler's documentary examines the too-short life of once-in-a-generation talent who captured the hearts and funny bones of devoted audiences. The life of a celebrity that passes away far too early always intrigues me. What goes through their head, and of course, more importantly,... Continue Reading →

AFI Fest: Really Love Review

Set in a gentrifying Washington DC, a rising Black painter tries to break into a competitive art world, while balancing a whirlwind romance he never expected. We open and lay the groundwork of understanding who (lead) is and chasing the dream of being a painter. We see that his family has issues with him and... Continue Reading →

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