Author: Anthony Marcusa

Movie Review Obvious Child

Review: Obvious Child

Obvious Child doesn’t play coy. An opening monologue by Donna Stern, a late twenty-something comedienne, is indecent, vulgar, and hy...

Movie Review Jersey Boys

Review: Jersey Boys

The stage to screen adaptation of Jersey Boys is so faithful, so straight forward, one might forget that Clint Eastwood has enlisted...

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Review: 22 Jump Street

That 22 Jump Street, the rather surprisingly hysterical sequel to a rather surprisingly successful reboot, is entirely self-aware an...

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Review: The Double

Simon James’ life is depressing enough without him being completely ignored. A governmental clerk who travels from a sparse tenement...

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Review: Chef

Carl Casper wants to make what he wants to make. He doesn’t want to have a boss and much prefers to work with his friends doing what...

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Review: Tracks

A trio of these dromedaries stars alongside Mia Wasikowska, as they serve to help her curious, restless woman who has set out to tra...