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Review by-Jarrett Leahy Riggan Thomson, a washed up movie star best known for playing the superhero, Birdman, attempts to rejuvenate his floundering career by directing and starring in an adaptation of the Broadway play, “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.” But as a myriad of mounting pre-production disasters pushes Riggan to the […]
IN MEMORIAM TOP 6 LIST: MIKE NICHOLS One of only twelve entertainers to win an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony (also known as an EGOT), Mike Nichols left a resume of artistic greatness that spanned over five decades. While admittedly my personal appreciation for The Graduate isn’t as high as many others […]
Review by-Jarrett Leahy Donna is an aspiring comedienne who enthusiastically infuses her personal life into her stand-up performances, so after losing her beloved daytime job and being dumped in the same week, Donna’s act has taken a turn to the dark side. Depressed by the uncertainty of her future, Donna sets out to drown her […]
Review by-Jarrett Leahy & Michelle Zenor Conceived through a forbidden relationship between a Royal Navy Captain and a beloved former slave, Dido Elizabeth Belle is rescued from a life of penury and hardship by her seafaring father who entrusts his daughter to her aristocratic and benevolent great uncle, Lord Mansfield. Being of mixed race, Dido […]
Review by-Jarrett Leahy As Earth is ravaged by droughts and extreme climate changes, food shortages reach famine levels. Desperate to ensure the salvation of the human race from extinction, NASA embarks on the most aggressive undertaking in space exploration, project Endurance. Utilizing an inexplicable wormhole located just outside Saturn’s orbit, a group of space explorers […]
Review by-Jarrett Leahy In the year 2014, a group of the planet’s leading scientists, in the hopes of reversing the devastating effects of global warming, release the chemical CW-7 into the planet’s atmosphere, unleashing a cataclysmic ice age that decimates the world’s population. Seventeen years later, only a handful of survivors remain, living on a […]