Tag: Movie review

HBO Max ‘Lupe’ Interview & Review

HBO Max ‘Lupe’ Interview & Review

I had the pleasure of sitting down with co-directors André Phillips and Charles Vuolo and Transgender Consultant Kerry Michelle and star of the film Rafael Albarrán for the upcoming movie coming to HBO Max on February 26th, Lupe.  “Lupe” shines an intimate light on the complex story of an immigrant struggling with their transgender identity while searching … Continue reading HBO Max ‘Lupe’ Interview & Review

Apple TV+ Cherry Review

Apple TV+ Cherry Review

https://youtu.be/nwVxTGQowpc Drops on Apple TV+ March 12th Directed: Anthony and Joe RussoScreenplay: Jessica Goldberg & Angela Russo Starring: Tom Holland and Ciara Bravo Release Plot: An Army medic suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder becomes a serial bank robber after an addiction to drugs puts him in debt.

Seeking a place in the world

Seeking a place in the world

Finding a place to belong, an identity is important but it’s not always easy. That becomes even harder when you suffer a loss. The film Nomadland, which is nominated for several Golden Globe Awards and is now streaming on Hulu, tackles that subject as it looks at life for older Americans set adrift in a … Continue reading Seeking a place in the world

Short Film ‘Feeling Through’ Q&A and Review

Short Film ‘Feeling Through’ Q&A and Review

I had the pleasure of sitting in on a Q&A for the short film 'Feeling Through' which was moderated by Whoopi Goldberg. The panel included Academy Winner Marlee Matlin, director Doug Roland, as well as the stars; DeafBlind actor Robert Tarango and Steven Prescod. 'Feeling Through' is about Tereek -- a young man trying hard not to reveal his lack of … Continue reading Short Film ‘Feeling Through’ Q&A and Review

Silk Road Review

Silk Road Review

https://youtu.be/r8zlJcKygbU Philosophical twenty-something Ross Ulbricht creates Silk Road, a dark net website that sells narcotics, while DEA agent Rick Bowden goes undercover to bring him down. We begin with a soft warning, "this story is true except for the things we changed", and I chuckled. We kick off with a scene with Ross Ulbricht (Nick … Continue reading Silk Road Review