…Question

It’s been an interesting Oscar season, to say the least.  There have been a bunch of encouraging firsts and a few head-scratching steps backward. While we could go on about the off-screen drama (and we have), tonight is about the films. It’s about their power to entertain, enlighten, and make us question. We would argue…

…Follow Along

There’s something deeply personal about director Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma.” That much is very clear. This semi-autobiographical film takes place in the safe and protected world of Cuarón’s childhood. There’s nothing flashy or sensational about “Roma” or its main character, Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), a maid for a middle class family in the Colonia Roma neighborhood of…

…get on with the show

Today we sit on the edge of another Oscars Countdown, crusaders. Tomorrow, the spotlight will shine on this year’s Best Picture nominees, but before diving into the most lauded films of the year, I wanted to take a moment for all the other movies out there, and more importantly, the people who love them. Because…

…make yourself comfortable

With just two days to go until the Golden Globes, I’m going to be honest with you, crusaders, making up ground on your nominated viewing at this point is going to be a challenge. But it’s one that I will do my best to help with this Flick Friday, as we face the final few…