The Artist (2011)

The Artist won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2012. In a generation with CGI monster battles, cell phone movies, and state of the art make up effects, The Artist was a throw back to the Golden Age of film, the silent film era.  Jean Dujardin is George Valentin, his generation’s greatest actor. Whatever … More The Artist (2011)

Annie Hall (1977)

It may have taken the majority of my adult life, but I think I just found the new worse movie I’ve ever seen. Annie Hall had to be the most uninteresting movie I’ve ever sat down to watch.  I’ve never been a fan of Woody Allen or his works, so I dreaded watching this movie … More Annie Hall (1977)

The Sting (1973)

Paul Newman and Robert Redford will forever be known as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The two Hollywood icons did not win Best Picture for their gunslinger movie, however the pair reunited in 1973 to give us The Sting, one of the most entertaining old movies I’ve ever seen.  Set in Chicago right after … More The Sting (1973)

Scoob! (2020)

Scooby Doo is a part of childhood just as much as it was for you or your kids. You’d be hard pressed to find someone out there who doesn’t know the brown hair dog who lives to eat and solve* mysteries. I put the asterisk there because Scoob may always catch the bad guy, however … More Scoob! (2020)

Soul (2020)

Soul was another 2020 summer blockbuster that got pushed to the end of the calendar year. Originally slated as a theatre release, Soul found its way to Disney+ on Christmas Day.  Joe (Jamie Foxx) is a talented music teacher, who is also an amazing jazz piano player. He is just waiting to catch a break … More Soul (2020)