Top 20 Best Streaming Movies Right Now

May 20, 2024 With so many options available, finding the best streaming movies can be a challenge. To help you out, here’s a list of the top 20 new movies you can stream right now. These films span various genres and streaming platforms, ensuring there’s something for everyone. 1. DUNE: PART TWO (2024) Return to… Continue reading Top 20 Best Streaming Movies Right Now

Best Movies on Netflix: Top-Rated Films to Stream in May 2024

With an ever-expanding library of films, Netflix remains a top destination for movie lovers. Whether you’re looking for the best movies on Netflix, top-rated films, or must-see flicks to stream this month, our curated list has you covered. These top-rated movies are perfect for your next movie night, from thrilling action-packed adventures to heartfelt animated… Continue reading Best Movies on Netflix: Top-Rated Films to Stream in May 2024

I’ll BE WATCHING to be released on Digital Platforms

Erik Bernard (Free Dead or Alive) directed the home invasion thriller I’ll Be Watching, written by Elisa Manzini (“Hollywood Angels” TV series) and Sara Sometti Michaels (St. Agatha). It will have a digital release this week. Reading the term “home invasion” in a script may remind an audience of some of the usual and predictable… Continue reading I’ll BE WATCHING to be released on Digital Platforms

SXSW: A Small Light – Disney’s WWII Drama shines Brilliantly

Having had the opportunity to attend a few SXSW screenings with my granddaughter was a real treat, but when we ventured into the screening of A Small Light, it wasn’t until an abrupt non-end to the story that I realized we were seeing a TV series preview. A Small Light is a somber, engaging retelling… Continue reading SXSW: A Small Light – Disney’s WWII Drama shines Brilliantly

CITADEL Could Be Solid, But the First Episodes Don’t Deliver That Promise

The Russo Brothers, who had much success with their entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, have yet to have much success with any of their other projects. I am sad to say that their latest foray leaves much to be desired. From Amazon Studios comes a series that promises espionage action, intrigue, and action; however,… Continue reading CITADEL Could Be Solid, But the First Episodes Don’t Deliver That Promise

GHOSTED

While some people may know the definition of “ghosted” used in more recent times, other people don’t’ know. A Google search provided the following “End a personal relationship with (someone) by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication.” Writers Rhett Reese (Zombieland), Paul Wernick (Deadpool), and Chris McKenna (Spider-Man: No Way Home) have written… Continue reading GHOSTED

BREAKOUT

Director Brandon Slagle (Battle for Saipan) co-wrote the Breakout screenplay with writers Robert Thompson and Devanny Pinn, an action/crime feature. When most people read the synopsis, they might think this is just another criminal who wants out of prison, and we have a predictable story. In this case, I can’t deny some scenes usually appear… Continue reading BREAKOUT

Baz Luhrmann’s ELVIS

“Austin Butler is stellar, truly, a star is born here.” Jim Vejvoda, IGN “A dazzling, splatter-paint evocation of the myth and the man.” Joshua Rothkopf, Entertainment Weekly Baz Luhrmann’s “ELVIS” COMES HOME FROM WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT Premium Digital Ownership debuts early on August 9  4K, Blu-ray™ and DVD arrive on September 13 Burbank, CA,… Continue reading Baz Luhrmann’s ELVIS