year : 2019 78 results
3.5Score

Review: Ford v Ferrari restores Le Mans lore

Movie review: Ford v Ferrari Director James Mangold creates a powerful dramatic engine with Christian Bale and Matt Damon as twin pistons in a turbo-diesel, bringing a dependable, constant chug of power that just keeps combusting in the analog-inspired Ford v Ferrari.  
3Score

Review: Midway torpedoes MAGA hat hate

Movie review: Midway Roland Emmerich shows uncharacteristic restraint in his ode to the Battle of Midway, an against-all-odds story of courage and bravery that truly made America “great."

Movie review: The Lighthouse

Two men arrive on a lonely island to run the lighthouse in this psychological horror story that will have you researching its secrets
4 Score

Terminator: Dark Fate rebirths a franchise in molten feminist form

Movie review: Terminator: Dark Fate The saga of Sarah Connor picks up in the present day, where the robot apocalypse remains a looming threat, but the unbridled power of fearless women proves too potent to crush.
4Score

Movie review: MARGARET ATWOOD A Word after a Word after a Word is Power

This documentary examines how a Canadian literary icon went from being a much-heralded writer to becoming the prophet of dystopia in a post-Trump world
3Score

Western Stars finds the Boss in the middle of the road

Movie Review: Western Stars Bruce Springsteen decided not to tour for his latest album that pays homage to the American frontier, so he made a live performance documentary featuring archival footage, personal vignettes, and an entire string section that bows a new appreciation for easy listening.
3.5Score

Review: Before You Know It finds new edge to family dysfunction

Movie Review: Before You Know It Soap opera star Judith Light plays to her strengths as an actress who gave up her two daughters to pursue her career, only to be reunited as an awkward family in later life. Director, actor and co-writer Hannah Pearl Utt finds a female way of communicating -- wrapped in apology and accusation -- that gives the unconvincing plot a jolt of novelty that serves the larger purpose.

Review: Gemini Man a bad case of character assassination

Movie review: Gemini Man Will Smith stars twice over as a government assassin seeking to destroy his mission-focused younger clone in Ang Lee’s strangely vacant thriller haunted by ghosts in the machine.

Another Citizen amputates daily editions to survive

Journalism: The Slow Death of Newspapers The Prince George Citizen goes weekly, prompting a  former staffer to remember the days of a $1.49 steak at Mr. Jake’s, the big story of a hotel fire that left him burnt, and the long-gone giddiness of daily newspapering.
3.5Score

Review: Joker chokes on sympathy for the devil

Movie review: Joker Joaquin Phoenix soars as a latter-day Satan in Todd Phillips's Joker, a rewrite of Paradise Lost for a generation weaned on comic books, social media and selfies.