Chevalier is an astonishingly raw piece of storytelling filmmaking that does not bother to provide answers that can easily be dismantled.
“State of Play” starts simply. Sonia Baker falls to her death in the London subway — ooops, tube — station. Did she fall? Commit suicide? Or was she… pushed? Jesse Kornbluth reviews the gripping story.
Troy Maxson generates emotion in those who view him, but his multiplicities of identities ensure that feelings will run the gamut.
Star of stage and screen, dad, husband, and storyteller Ryan O’Quinn brings hope and healing this holiday season.
For the last three years, I have been growing it for Movember.
Despite his father’s plea for tolerance, a bullied schoolboy and his friend choose revenge over forgiveness in this provocative drama about family relationships and world events. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here.
Alex Yarde looks at Homegrown Terrorist Film “The Siege” and compares it to today’s political reality.
You might wanna leave the lights on when you watch this next movie.
Lawyer turns his dream into new film staring Paul Sorvino and directed by Federico Castelluccio of the Sopranos.
Sometimes, you watch a movie and then wonder what the heck you just did for an hour and a half.
Most summer films for kids and families are dreadful. “The BFG,” which opens on July 1, looks like a masterpiece.
Army veteran and GMP favorite Dwight Gray shares a winning poem on war, socialization, and one boy’s path to soldierhood.
If you’ve never seen Rollerball, stop what you’re doing and dial up the DVD for this 1975 Science Fiction classic.
His success in life only came after a failed marriage, an affair, and a screenplay.
No matter the facts of a real life escape from Alcatraz – Clint Eastwood does just that in 1979 film.
Spotlight illuminates the unique power of journalism to expose societal scandals.