• Coming 2 America

    Coming 2 America


    Not without problems, but it was great seeing everyone. Reminded of the last episode of Seinfeld. I think I really love the acting choices that Wesley Snipes has, recently. I don't understand them, but I love them.

    It was also nice to see Babar.

  • Dinosaur Island

    Dinosaur Island


    Still dumb fun.

    For you gaming people, Ross Hagen was Landon Ricketts in Red Dead Redemption.

    Shot by Gary Graver and John Buechler did work on it.

    I didn't realize Nikki Fritz died. RIP. ❤️

  • The Next Three Days

    The Next Three Days


    There are some good ideas and a nice sequence or two, but it is just dumb. Things happen out of character just to keep things going. Haggis is so on the nose. A waste of Olivia Wilde, Liam Neeson, Elizabeth Banks, Lennie James and Brian Dennehy. Score isnt bad.

  • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid


    Raindrops keep fallin' on my head.....

    Fox should be ashamed that this film has no decent release or restoration. It was shot by Connie Hall for God's sake.

  • The Electric Horseman

    The Electric Horseman


    'I've been hurt. I still get up.'

    Haven't seen this in 40 years. Beautiful film, great leads and supporting actors. Roizman's photography is beautiful.

    If you have HBO Max, or feel like a blind buy, spend a couple of hours with one of the more underappreciated films from a major Hollywood director.

  • The Magnificent Seven

    The Magnificent Seven


    A little better the second time around. There are a couple of fantastic sequences. Makes me want Lee Byung-hun and Vincent D'onofrio solo films.

  • Aspen Extreme

    Aspen Extreme


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    In order to live a happy, successful and fulfilling life, Peter Berg must die. I guess we always kinda knew that.

  • Click



    I haven't seen this in over 10 years. Never occurred to me that it is a Christmas carol, regardless of the ambiguous time presented in the film.

  • Da 5 Bloods

    Da 5 Bloods


    This film and his others aside, we owe a debt to Spike for Delroy Lindo.

    Without Lee we most likely would have had just a few small roles scattered over the last 30+ years, instead of what we have.

    Sadly it's still not very many, but damn are they memorable.

  • Coming 2 America

    Coming 2 America

    Second time in 3 years that the movie I was most looking forward to was an Eddie Murphy film. It's been several decades since I last said that.

  • Jaws



    Still the best horror film.

  • The Slammin' Salmon

    The Slammin' Salmon


    Not exactly what goes on in my industry, but it (in pieces) comes the closest to anything I've seen. Michael Clarke Duncan is amazing.