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The Magnificent Seven


Clever and fingernail-biting excitement.

Western PG-13

It’s hard to imagine a western movie that remains peaceful and calm throughout. Not to worry; The Magnificent Seven by director Antoine Fuqua and the five writers, deliver plenty of shoot ‘em up movements. It’s 1879




Drama R

Memo to Oliver Stone:  You have turned a man many think of as a traitor into a hero. Mr. Stone, you may have your reasons, but your film about Edward Snowden has weighed heavily on his



True story of “The Miracle on the Hudson” Exhilarating, Moving and Well Done

Drama PG-13

There have been many plane crashes with remorseful outcomes globally. That wasn’t quite the case on January 15, 2009 when pilot Chesley “ Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) and his co-pilot Jeff Skiles (Aaron Eckhart), were

Florence Foster Jenkins


For The Love Of Music

Comedy PG-13

As if the world needed further proof of her standing as arguably the best actress in the world, Meryl Streep (who played the redoubtable Julia Child not long ago) portrays America’s best known terrible singer –



Roth In A Dark Mood

Documentary R

Marcus Messner (Logan Lerman) wants to get away from his smothering mom Esther (Linda Emond) and the bloody work in his dad Max’s kosher butcher shop in Newark. So he enrolls in Ohio’s (fictional) Winesburg College, where



Eye-Opening Saga

Drama R

With a name like Anthropoid, one would think this is a science fiction movie. Far from it. It’s an adventurous look at the Czech Republic during its Nazi occupation in World War II. Most Americans