Monthly Archives: "October 2016"


Extremely Slow!

Certain Women

Oct 28, 2016Comments off

Robin was in Vancouver and I was missing female energy, so I decided to see “Certain Women,” which has a 92% Rotten Tomatoes rating and


Heartwarming and Illuminating!

Look At Us Now, Mother! – OC Intl. Je...

Oct 26, 2016Comments off

This film hasn’t yet been released.  I saw it on Sunday Morning at the Westpark Theater in Irvine, via the O.C. International Jewish Film Festival.


Decent Murder/Mystery/Thriller!

The Accountant: Just Doesn’t Add Up!

Oct 24, 2016Comments off

Christian Wolff (Ben Affleck) has unique talents, despite his limitations – he has high-functioning autism and lives alone.  Chris, however, is a mathematical genius who


Very Violent and Difficult to Watch!

The Birth Of A Nation – Bloodier Than...

Oct 20, 2016Comments off

Nate Parker starred, directed, and co-wrote this very violent and intense film.  Nat Turner’s story is well known, so I won’t be concerned about giving


Interesting Film About The Holocaust!


Oct 17, 2016Comments off

Question:  Where do the majority of people live?                                  


A Faithful Adaptation of the Novel!

The Girl On The Train

Oct 13, 2016Comments off

This movie received awful reviews and has only a 44% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but I really liked the Paula Hawkins novel of the same


A Once in a Lifetime Experience!

Desert Trip Rock Festival – Indio, Ca...

Oct 12, 2016Comments off

I was an avid rock fan in the 60’s and 70’s, and one of the few people who actually paid for his Woodstock tickets!  At


A Must-See For Beatle Fans!

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The ...

Oct 04, 2016Comments off

Directed by Ron Howard, this documentary not only has The Beatles’ timeless, fantastic music, but also gives us considerable insight into what made “The Beatles”