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‘The Beatles: Get Back’ Review: Peter Jackson’s Documentary Epic Is an Addictive Look at Who the Beatles Were — Variety

How does anyone, especially a Beatle, write a melody? The answer may be as simple as it is mysterious. In “The Beatles: Get Back,” Peter Jackson’s sprawling and revelatory fly-on-the-studio-wall documentary, there’s a great moment when we get to see it happen. It’s January 1969, and the Beatles — long-haired, scruffy, bearded, looking less like […]

‘The Beatles: Get Back’ Review: Peter Jackson’s Documentary Epic Is an Addictive Look at Who the Beatles Were — Variety

Relentless (1989)

Movie Reviews by a Mook

Cop movies can be a mixed bag. While the Hays Code forced us to always show law enforcement as the good guys, we immediately rebelled the instant we could. The 1960s and ’70s were rife with both good and bad police, sometimes in the same person, with the likes of films such as Dirty Harry, Bullitt, Serpico, The French Connection, and Dog Day Afternoon showcasing the many sides of the law enforcement profession. And as time goes on, we eventually see the washouts in Taxi Driver or the should-be washouts of the Police Academy series.

Enter William Lustig. Lustig has a great career of directing and producing horror and exploitative action films, but if there is one thing that seems to fascinate him the most, it’s cops: their failures and failings, their jaded sensibilities, their anger and frustrations. Corruption, abuse, sadism, weakness, Lustig’s films explore the…

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Hustle Down (2021

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Hustle Down(2021)97 min|Action, Comedy, Drama|01 Oct 20214.0Rating:4.0 / 10 from 109 usersThe driver for a Baja drug lord/Jefe steals a valuable car. Jefe hires a “bounty hunter” to deliver the driver and car. Many other gunmen are interested in the car and driver.Director:R. Ellis Frazier
Creator:Benjamin Budd
Actors:Tom Sizemore, Paul Sidhu, Bai Ling

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Cully (Tom Sizemore), a two-bit hustler and the driver for a Baja drug cartel, finds himself relying on skilled-but-reluctant bounty hunter, Turk (Paul Sidhu), to stay out of the grasps of a merciless assassin (Kevin Gage), and vicious thugs led by a rival gang leader (Noel Gugliemi) after Cully has stolen a money car stuffed with cash meant for…

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Top 10 Best Movies of 2021

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“Top.” “Best.” What do these words mean? Nothing, really. They are SEO-friendly buzzwords which stand for nothing in particular. Objectivity is a lie. These are my opinions, thus this (like all Top 10 lists) means only what you want it to. If your favorite movie doesn’t make the cut of this list, I either didn’t see it or didn’t like it.

Speaking of SEO-friendly keywords, let’s talk about “Worst.” Normally, I end the year with two annual lists, one for the best movies and one for the worst. Weird as 2021 was for movie releases, I did manage to see roughly 175 titles which are eligible for this list. All the same, those I didn’t like were

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The Unforgivable (2021) Movie Review ‘Tense Hard-Hitting Drama’

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The Unforgivable – Tense Hard-Hitting Drama


Director: Nora Fingscheidt

Writer: Peter Craig, Hillary Seitz, Courtenay Miles (Screenplay) Sally Wainwright (TV Series)

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Viola Davis, Vincent D’Onofrio, Jon Bernthal, Richard Thomas, Linda Emond, Aisling Franciosi, Will Pullen, Tom Guiry

Plot: A woman is released from prison after serving a sentence for a violent crime and re-enters a society that refuses to forgive her past.

Runtime: 1 Hour 52 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: The Unforgivable starts when Ruth Slater (Bullock) gets released from prison, looking to start a fresh life, being told to avoid contact with anyone surrounding the crime she is locked up for, while the victim’s family Steve (Pullen) and Keith (Guiry)aren’t happy that the father’s killer is free.

As Ruth looks to start her new life, she meets…

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King Richard

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You’d think a sports biopic about tennis phenoms Venus and Serena Williams would frame them as the stars. That’s what makes King Richard so radical. The chronicle centers on their father and how he raised them to be champions. But the surprises don’t stop there. This is an engaging portrait of a difficult, even irascible man. He can be downright aggravating. Fiercely controlling, his choices occasionally hinder their advancement in the tennis world. However, the love and devotion he holds for his daughters are never in doubt. He’s a flawed hero.

As the title would suggest, Richard Williams is the centerpiece. He is a self-taught coach with a 78-page blueprint for his daughter’s success. He and his wife have raised their daughters since birth to excel. Venus’ (Saniyya Sidney) early rise takes the spotlight in the 2nd half. Serena’s (Demi Singleton) talent is somewhat less conspicuous…

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Badland (2019) Movie Review

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Director: Justin Lee

Writer: Justin Lee (Screenplay)

Starring: Kevin Makely, Mira Sorvino, Bruce Dern, Wes Studi, Trace Adkins, Jeff Fahey, Tony Todd, James Russo

Plot: Detective Matthias Breecher is hired to track down the worst of the Confederate war criminals. As he roams the Old West seeking justice, his resolve is tested when he meets a determined pioneer woman who is far more than she seems.

Runtime: 1 Hour 57 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Verdict: Very Boring

Story: Badland starts as we follow detective Mathias Breecher (Makely) who has been assigned to track down the worse criminals of the confederate war and make them meet their maker. Mathias latest assignment is Reginald Cooke (Dern) a dying man who has his daughter Sarah (Sorvino) watching over him.

Mathias decides to help Sarah before her father…

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Blu-ray Review: Cry Macho

Clint continues to amaze me with his longevity

The Joy of Movies

By John Corrado

★★ (out of 4)

Cry Macho, the latest film directed by Clint Eastwood, finds the veteran actor and filmmaker appearing in front of the camera once again, following his much touted “final role” in the 2018 film The Mule, to deliver what is now said to be his actual swan song as an onscreen performer.

Based on a 1975 novel of the same name by the late author N. Richard Nash, this film adaptation has been in and out of development for decades, before Eastwood finally decided to direct and star in it last year. The result is a somewhat stilted late career effort from Eastwood, that isn’t actively bad as much as it is just extremely bland.

Eastwood stars in the film as Mike Milo, an old rodeo star in Texas who is hired to to drive to Mexico City and retrieve a boy…

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King Richard (2021) Movie Review ‘Inspirational Story’

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King Richard – Inspirational Story


Director: Reinaldo Marcus Green

Writer: Zach Baylin (Screenplay)

Starring: Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Jon Bernthal, Saniyya Sidney, Demi Singleton, Tony Goldwyn, Mikayla Lashae Bartholomew

Plot: A look at how tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams became who they are after the coaching from their father Richard Williams.

Tagline – Venus, Serena and a plan for greatness.

Runtime: 2 Hours 24 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: King Richard starts as we see the routine Richard Williams (Smith) put his daughters Venus (Sidney), Serena (Singleton) along with his three other daughters Tunde (Bartholomew), Isha (Lawson) and Lyndrea (Crawford) in his plan to make the pair tennis superstars.

Richard spends most of his free time trying to help with coaches, which will see the beginning of the careers of Venus and Serena…

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