‘The King’ Review- Heavy Is The Head That Wears The Crown

The King is a partial adaption of William Shakespeare’s “Henriad” (a collection of plays regarding Henry IV and Henry V) directed by David Michôd who co-wrote it with Joel Edgerton. In England, Prince “Hal” Henry (Timothée Chalamet) is told by his father, the warmongering King Henry IV (Ben Mendelsohn) that his younger brother Thomas (Dean-Charles…

‘The Laundromat’ Review- Too Preachy

Acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh takes the helm of The Laundromat based on a screenplay by Scott Z. Burns. It comedically tells the story of the lawyers at the forefront of the infamous “Panama Papers” leak, which exposed shady dealings between lawyers, governments, criminals, bankers, and businessmen. Ellen Martin’s (Meryl Streep) husband Joseph (James Cromwell) is…

Movie Review Flashback- The Edge (1997)

Written by David Mamet, The Edge is a 1997 survival film directed by Lee Tamahori and starring a famous celebrity Kodiak bear named Bart the Bear who appeared in survival films throughout his lifespan. Billionaire Charles Morse (Anthony Hopkins) is taken by his supermodel wife Mickey (Elle Macpherson) to a remote vacation lodge in Canada.…

‘Crypto’ Review- How You Make Cryptocurrency Interesting

Ever wonder how cryptocurrency could be interesting to anyone other than currency speculators? Second-time director John Stalberg Jr. brings us Crypto, a thriller about money laundering through the digital world. Wall Street banker Martin Duran, Jr. (Beau Knapp) gets demoted after a deal for Omni Bank where he is employed. He is transferred to his…

‘Being Frank’ Review- An Honest Look At Deception

Being Frank has not been well received by critics. Directed by Miranda Bailey and written by Glen Lakin, the movie comedy-drama that tackles a very complex family issue: lying. Philip Hansen (Logan Miller) is the son of wealthy condiments company owner Frank Hansen (Jim Gaffigan). The two of them are at odds with each other…