Funny is funny. People often go to Los Angeles to chase their dreams and become stars. The sad truth is, only few get what they’re after, relegated to a lifetime of serving, office administration, or in the case of Rudy Ray Moore (Eddie Murphy), an assistant manager at a record store where he can’t even […]Read More Dolemite Is My Name
Writer’s block. Befalls the most prolific of writers…unless you’re Tom Clancy. At one point, author Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) was one of the world’s best writers, losing herself for decades in her research and published material of stars from yesteryear. Unfortunately, as the calendar has turned to the late 80’s and early 90’s, interest in these […]Read More Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Why can’t it be just about the skating? If it were only about the skating, Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) would probably end up as the best figure skater to ever do it. At the age of four she embarked on this career path, driven by her overbearing mother, LaVona Golden (Allison Janney). The talent is […]Read More I, Tonya
Everything is unprecedented until it happens for the first time. On January 15th, 2009, flight Captain Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) and his First Officer Jeff Skiles (Aaron Eckhart) have the unprecedented arrive mid-flight in the skies. Their plane completely fails electrically after a flock of birds comes into contact with the engines. This isn’t going […]Read More Sully: Movie Man Jackson
“I’m lonelier in my real life than I am out here.” The great outdoors is loaded with a lot of peril in every step, but it is also loaded with the potential for finding yourself in the process. Wild is the story of Cheryl Strayed (Reese Witherspoon), who goes on a three-month trek totaling over […]Read More Wild: Movie Man Jackson
“However bad life may seem, there is always something you can do, and succeed at.” A famous man by the name of Arnold Schwarzenegger once said that “The mind always fails first, not the body.” For most that may be true, but for Stephen Hawking, it was sadly the inverse. The Theory of Everything introduces […]Read More The Theory of Everything: Movie Man Jackson
“As soon as you hear that groove, I know I got you.” In music, there are artists, performers, and icons. Many in the business fit in the first two groups, but few ascend to icon status. James Brown was unequivocally one of these few people. Get On Up takes us into the story of James Brown […]Read More Get On Up: Movie Man Jackson