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Review: SON OF HITLER Is A Spy Thriller That Demands To Be Read

Son of Hitler is an upcoming original graphic novel from Image Comics, and is the "never-before-told tale" of the Führer's secret child. During the...

Review: DARKEST HOUR, A Grand Character Study of a Famous Leader

Winston Churchill is easily one of the most revered British Prime Ministers, being the man who faced the Nazi threat when no one else...

‘The Lost City of Z’ Review: A Grand, Classical Historical Drama

The Lost City of Z is a lavish epic about the explorer and British army officer Percy Fawcett that had huge ambitions but did...

‘Viceroy’s House’ Review: Dull and Poor History

Gurinder Chadha is one of the best known British-Indian directors and certainly one of the most successful – having made movies like Bend It...

REVIEW: ‘Silence’ belongs among Scorsese’s masterworks

Silence, like so many modern film masterworks, is not an easy film to watch or digest. It puts human suffering and privation front and center....

REVIEW: ‘Hidden Figures’ soars to inspiring heights

Hidden Figures is the first 'must-see' film of 2017, but not for the usual reasons. Does it feature powerhouse performances from its lead and supporting...

REVIEW: ‘Denial’ riveting, powerful, and poignant

Denial, in addition to being a superbly executed piece of film making, is as timely a film as any that's come out this year,...

Just How Bad Is D.W. Griffith’s Birth Of A Nation?

There are two movies with the title The Birth Of A Nation. Nate Parker's film opens in theatres today, but the other one is 101 years old....

Pawn Sacrifice REVIEW: “Sacrifice” an intense and riveting take on one of chess’s most fascinating figures

Featuring stellar performances from a top-notch cast lead by a raw and riveting Tobey Maguire, Pawn Sacrifice brings to fascinating life the very unlikely...