Movies

Peter Jackson’s “Get Back” Addendum Plus A List Of Every Song Performed

By Iman Lababedi | November 29, 2021

back in the studio in January 1969, three months after they had nailed down 30 songs for The White Album

Rob Jankowski’s Highly Anticipated New Film “Attached: Paranormal” Now Available Worldwide

By Meredith Grant | October 26, 2021

Do You Believe In the Paranormal?

Rockstar Review: Steven P. Hamm

By Meredith Grant | October 18, 2021

Rockstar Review: Steven P. Hamm

Critically Acclaimed Documentary ‘Tom Petty Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making Of Wildflowers’ Debuts In Theaters Worldwide October 20

By admin | October 3, 2021

a unique look into the creative mastery and turbulent personal life

Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Licorice Pizza’ Is Named After A Southern California Record Store

By Alyson Camus | September 22, 2021

The chain was very popular

Billie Eilish And Camila Cabello: Girls Streaming

By Iman Lababedi | September 7, 2021

she lives in Disneyland, of course she does

Dave Chappelle Documentary Closes The Tribeca Film Festival, Reopens Radio City Music Hall And Throws a Hip Hop Party, Saturday, June 19th, 2021

By Elle Smith | June 20, 2021

New York City will come back, you can just feel it in the air.

Steve Hamm: Hollywood’s Best Kept Secret Is Breaking Into The Mainstream

By Eileen Shapiro | May 21, 2021

Military Veteran Steve Hamm Takes Hollywood By Storm

Steven P. Hamm “A Filmmakers Dream”

By Eileen Shapiro | March 11, 2021

a retired army helicopter pilot he fits the role as anything military and any casting director could take advantage of his experience….

Alison Ellwood’s “The Go-Go’s” Documentary Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | February 9, 2021

who doesn’t love the Go-Go’s

Some Punk Hardcore References In Wonder Woman 1984?

By Alyson Camus | December 28, 2020

‘Had about twenty people tell me about this’

Taylor Swift’s “Folklore The Long Pond Studio Sessions” Original Film On Disney+ Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | December 3, 2020

two nerds and a shiksa

Alex Winter’s ZFT (Zappa Family Trust) approved documentary “Zappa” Reviewed

By Mark Reichenbach | December 2, 2020

I expected more

Stuck In A Moment: “Palm Springs” and The Time Loop

By Iman Lababedi | July 11, 2020

not what it needed to be

All (Well Most Of) Woody Allen’s Movies Reviewed And Graded

By Iman Lababedi | April 23, 2020

A memory movie to a lost love

‘Lil Peep: Everybody’s Everything,’ Reviewed

By Alyson Camus | March 17, 2020

‘He wanted to make himself an outsider’

Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman’s Linda Ronstadt Documentary “The Sound Of My Voice” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | January 15, 2020

another chance to admire a great singer

‘Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones’ At The Regent, Sunday January 12th 2020

By Alyson Camus | January 14, 2020

‘No Jones no Stones’

Sebastian Jones And Ramez Silyan’s Lil Peep Documentary “Everybody’s Everything” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | January 14, 2020

an epidemic of young men dying from Fentanyl

Bruce Springsteen and Thom Zimny’s Film “Western Stars” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | October 28, 2019

Bruce has written songs as great as even “Wichita Lineman,” what he hasn’t done is written JIMMY WEBB songs as great as even “Wichita Lineman”

‘Boy Howdy! The Story Of CREEM Magazine’ At Echo Park Rising, Sunday August 18th 2019

By Alyson Camus | August 22, 2019

‘it was like buying Playboy’

Photos Of The ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Premiere At The Chinese Theater, July 22nd 2019

By Alyson Camus | July 23, 2019

looked like another edition of the Oscars

‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’, Quentin Tarantino’s Most Personal Movie

By Alyson Camus | July 22, 2019

a man obsessed with cinema and film-making

‘ANIMA’, The New Thom Yorke-Paul Thomas Anderson One-Reeler Film Reviewed

By Alyson Camus | June 22, 2019

the dream team

I Saw It So You Don’t Have To : Julianne Moore In “Gloria Bell” Reviewed

By Elle Smith | March 19, 2019

Not the plot

On The Importance Of Dan Reed’s ‘Leaving Neverland’

By Alyson Camus | March 8, 2019

The magical character of my childhood died a long time ago and ‘Leaving Neverland’ is the rightful nail on the coffin

‘We Are the Menstruators’ Movie Premiere At El Cid, Saturday December 15th 2018

By Alyson Camus | December 17, 2018

under its real-life-Spinal-Tap humor, there is a very personal story

Check Out The New Documentary, ‘Unfinished Plan: The Path of Alain Johannes’

By Alyson Camus | December 14, 2018

The movie is also a profound and heartbreaking love story

‘Vox Lux’, Brady Corbet’s New Movie Starring Natalie Portman Reviewed

By Alyson Camus | December 9, 2018

the movie is a mirror to our terrifying era

Dennis And Lois – a Film About Rock n Roll’s Legendary Super Fans to Premiere at DocNYC Film Festival

By admin | October 11, 2018

love story about punk rock’s most dedicated couple and their 40-year devotion to the music and the musicians they love

Some Thoughts On “A Star Is Born”

By Iman Lababedi | October 11, 2018

impossible to believe this shallow, flabby, star turn.  

I Wanna Hold Your Hand- The Movie Reviewed

By Helen Bach | July 29, 2018

everything old is brand new to me.

‘The Icarus Line Must Die’ Screened At Highland Park Independent Film Festival On October 6th

By Alyson Camus | September 18, 2017

The film has the look of a rock ’n’ roll thriller noir

“King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” Review

By Elle Smith | May 22, 2017

watch and not to think

“Passengers” Reviewed

By Elle Smith | January 4, 2017

Time, space, and now

“LA LA LAND” By Damien Chazelle Reviewed

By Alyson Camus | December 31, 2016

It has a huge heart attached to the past

‘Boy Howdy’ An Upcoming Movie About The Story of Creem Magazine

By Alyson Camus | July 8, 2016

The film promises to explore the unruly and wild Creem

Captain America: Civil War Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | May 19, 2016

if they had cut off 30 minutes it would be a classic action flick.

‘Blood Orange’, A New Thriller Starring Iggy Pop

By Alyson Camus | April 23, 2016

Iggy Pop as an aging and half-blind rock star living with his sexually promiscuous young wife

“Dead Pool” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | February 18, 2016

I was more than surprised that it has a certain amount of charm to the story

Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | January 2, 2016

Just be grateful Quentin didn’t call it “Stagecoach”.

So I Went To See ‘Star Wars, The Force Awakens’….

By Alyson Camus | December 21, 2015

I haven’t re-watched the first episodes for ages, but I loved Princess Leia’s feisty character and Han Solo’s laid back attitude, he was a reluctant hero, a guy who was accepting cash, remember?

“Brooklyn” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | December 11, 2015

It maintains a wonderful sense of humanity and decency from one end to another

“Creed” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | December 3, 2015

Many of the things you love about “Rocky” is here, friendship, respect, craft, the need for love, respect for women. And an exciting punch up conclusion

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -People say Jennifer Lawrence acts with Part Two” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | November 22, 2015

In the first movie, Katniss and Peeta refuse to kill each other in the games and both win. In movie two, they are forced back in the game with the other winners over the years and it ends abruptly when the rebellion saves them. In movie three Peeta is brainwashed and here we are at movie four

“The Peanuts Movie” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | November 9, 2015

This movie won’t please anyone very much, the children were quiet, which is better than talkative true, but they weren’t laughing, and the adults probably felt like I did, it wasn’t quite the way I remembered. Poor ol’ wishy washy “The Peanuts Movie”.

“Spectre” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | November 8, 2015

Craig has had a good run, put him second, and this is a good Bond -not great, not first tier, but a solid enjoyable time killer and rather than than the pseud Hamlet of “Skyfall”.

Danny Boyle’s “Steve Jobs” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | October 27, 2015

“Steve Jobs” is fun, actually it is great fun, but it doesn’t tell us anything and it is a pack of lies. Sure, the Ashton Kushner movie two years ago was shit on a stick but at least it tried. Sorkin would like you to compare it to his own “The Social Network” but it is too shallow, too cute, too manufactured

“Black Mass” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | October 14, 2015

The movie isn’t bad, it tells its story simply enough, despite voiceovers from his accomplices, and it hits it marks, especially when Bolger is at his most intimidating with Connolly’s wife. But in the end the movie lacks any lyricism or joyfulness, the way a Scorsese would have provided.

“We Are Your Friends” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | September 2, 2015

“We Are Your Friends” knows about as much about EDM as “Trainwreck” knows about being a freelance write. Nothing. And while some of the protools manipulation scenes are fun, and from time to time it gets at the pleasures of the bass, particular the behind Zac’s shot from behind DJ set at them it isn’t enough to sustain