Dating & New York, the Jonah Feingold film that premiered during Tribeca in June, takes a fairy tale approach to the romantic comedy genre. Not many people can say they hit a home run with their debut feature but this is the case with Jonah Feingold. Feingold knew he wanted to be a filmmaker when he first saw Hook. If you notice, the film’s score pays homage to the Peter Pan film during one of…"Dating & New York: A Fairy Tale Approach"
The briskly paced Yes Day comes a year into the pandemic but it’s a nice a reminder of the fun that families will be having in due time. Maybe it’s because I haven’t been out of my apartment much for the past few months but I really needed this film. Here’s how much attention this film had: I did not look at my clock once! Nor did my cell phone bother to capture my attention…"Yes Day: Say Yes To This Family Comedy!"
The Broken Hearts Gallery, starring Geraldine Viswanathan, is now available for audiences to bring home on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Last year, actress Geraldine Viswanathan was honored by the Toronto International Film Festival as a TIFF Rising Star. This year, the actress makes appearances in both Bad Education and The Broken Hearts Gallery. One shouldn’t forget previous appearances in Blockers or Hala. The actress should become a should become a household name following this film.…"The Broken Hearts Gallery Now on Blu-ray, DVD"
Geraldine Viswanathan should become a household name following the release of The Broken Hearts Gallery in theaters and later, home video. This time last year, actress Geraldine Viswanathan was honored by the Toronto International Film Festival as a TIFF Rising Star. This year, the actress makes appearances in both Bad Education and The Broken Hearts Gallery. One shouldn’t forget previous appearances in Blockers or Hala. A few things to discuss here. Because of the continuing…"The Broken Hearts Gallery: Viswanathan Is A Star"
Bushwick may be too timely as it depicts the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn breaking out into an all-out civil war. Directed by Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott from a screenplay written by Nick Damici and Graham Reznick, the military invasion thriller stars Dave Bautista, Brittany Snow, Angelic Zambrana, Christian Navarro, Arturo Castro, and Jeremie Harris. As Lucy (Snow) comes home from college and gets off of a New York subway stop in Bushwick, the neighborhood…"Bushwick: Action Thriller is Realistic and Timely with Civil War"