The Phantom of the Open Review

There is one thing about movies that I have always loved: a little slice of life story that I may have never heard that gets the big-screen treatment. Sony Pictures Classics is good for bringing these types of stories to life. The Phantom of the Open is such a film. I’m sure many people were like meContinue reading “The Phantom of the Open Review”

My Top 10 Films of 2020 with HM’s

1: Nomadland Fern is a woman whose life has fallen apart. Her job and town have gone extinct. She is forced to live out of her van and travel from state to state and town to town. Like, a modern-day nomad. Francis McDormand gives a more subdued performance than she ever has before in Nomadland. It’s justContinue reading “My Top 10 Films of 2020 with HM’s”

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Review

Aaron Sorkin directed his first film in 2017 when he made Molly’s Game. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is his 2nd directorial outing, but it may be the most logical project he’s worked on since The West Wing because of its subject matter which is right up his alley.  The Trial of the Chicago 7 depicts the culmination of theContinue reading “The Trial of the Chicago 7 Review”