On paper, Amsterdam has the right pedigree to be a serious Oscar contender but the film has a David O. Russell problem. Amsterdam is described as “a fascinating and richly intricate tale that brilliantly weaves historical fact with fiction for a timely, cinematic experience.” It is a “crime epic about three close friends who find themselves at the center of one of the most shocking secret plots in American history.” 20th Century Studios released both…"Amsterdam Has A David O. Russell Problem – Oscars Watch"
Miss Americana presents a very open look at singer-songwriter Taylor Swift with raw conversations and new insight into Swift as a person. Taylor Swift is one of the most popular singers in the world. It’s no surprise that a documentary starring Swift would premiere on opening night at Sundance. However, audiences were allowed into see a side of Swift that we don’t usually see on social media or her TV appearances. Here’s a musician who…"Sundance 2020: Miss Americana"
Cats may be musically pleasing to Broadway musical fans but for movie goers, the visual effects will only make someone want to gouge their eyes out. There’s a point in the film where Ian McKellen’s Gus The Theatre Cat says: “The theatre is not what it once was.” To which a colleague of mine responded with “Amen.” Amen indeed. This film is quite the disgrace to theatres everywhere. Listen, I don’t know if anyone asked…"Cats: The Worst Film of The Year and Decade"