Review: ‘Most Beautiful Island’ Takes Some Time To Get The Wheels Spinning

Most Beautiful Island Select City Release: November 3, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND is a psychological thriller set in the world of undocumented female immigrants Read More →

Review: ‘Thank You For Your Service” – Perfect Timing For Veterans Day

Thank You For Your Service Theatrical Release: October 27, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews Thank You for Your Service follows a group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq Read More →

Review: ‘6 Below: Miracle On The Mountain’ Gets 4 Stars

6 Below: Miracle On The Mountain Theatrical Release: October 13, 2017 Available On Demand & Digital HD: October 13, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews An inspiring true story Read More →

Review: ‘Cold Moon’ More Like Luke Warm…

Cold Moon Theatrical & VOD Release: October 6, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews In a sleepy southern town, the Larkin family suffers a terrible tragedy. Now the Larkin’s Read More →

Review: ‘Thirst Street’… Just Look Up “Thirsty” On Urban Dictionary

Thirst Street Theatrical Release (NYC): September 20, 2017 Theatrical Release (LA): September 29, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews Alone and depressed after the suicide of her lover, American flight attendant Read More →

Review: ‘Shot’… A Roller Coaster of Emotions

Shot Theatrical Release: September 22, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews A gripping drama about three lives irrevocably changed when a gun is accidentally fired on a busy Los Angeles Read More →

Review: ‘FROM NOWHERE’ is a timely look into the daily struggle of undocumented kids.

Presents From NowhereThree undocumented Bronx teenagers are graduating from high school while navigating the treacherous waters of trying to get their papers to stay in the US.  From Nowhere stars Read More →

Review: ‘THE VESSEL’ is a struggle between grief and belief.

In Theaters September 16, 2016 Starring: Martin Sheen (TV’s “The West Wing,” Apocalypse Now) Lucas Quintana (Wing it, Death of an Ally) Jacqueline Duprey (Under Suspicion, Entre Nos) Aris Mejias Read More →

Review: ‘MAX ROSE’ sees legend Jerry Lewis in his first live-action film in two decades.

Presents  MAX ROSE In Theaters September 2nd Starring: Jerry Lewis, Claire Bloom, Kevin Pollak, Kerry Bishé, Dean Stockwell, Mort Sahl, Illeana Douglas, Rance Howard, and Lee Weaver Written and Directed by: Read More →

Review: ‘SEATTLE ROAD’ paves a bumpy path.

PRESENTS SEATTLE ROADSometimes a film divides an audience right down the middle. Something so unique and deep that it either inspires a deluge of praise or a tirade of… well, Read More →

Review: ‘QUEEN OF EARTH’ is stunning portrait of a maddening descent.

Melissa and I were privileged to be invited to a special screening and Q&A of Alex Ross Perry‘s fourth feature, QUEEN OF EARTH, a deeply unnerving psychological drama. The film traces the relationship Read More →

Review: ‘DIGGING FOR FIRE’ ignites the funny and poignant.

They say curiosity killed the cat. In the new film DIGGING FOR FIRE, curiosity most definitely killed somebody… but who? Jake Johnson and Rosemarie DeWitt lead an all star cast Read More →

Review: “PEOPLE PLACES THINGS” will charm the pants off you.

PEOPLE PLACES THINGS tells the story of Will Henry (Jemaine Clement), a newly single graphic novelist father balancing single-parenting his young twin daughters, writers block, a classroom full students, all Read More →

Liz’s Review: Kevin Bacon brings the unexpected in ‘COP CAR’.

As a kid, curiosity probably should have gotten me killed a slew of times. Running away wasn’t really my thing, but playing with the boys in the woods, rough housing Read More →

Tribeca Film Festival review: ‘KING JACK’ astounds.

Kids are cruel. No matter what socio-economic background they come from, children can be just as vindictive and creative in their torture of one another as grown adults. In Felix Read More →

Tribeca Film Festival interview: ‘THE ADDERALL DIARIES’ director Pamela Romanowsky talks fated moments in making the film.

Director Pamela Romanowsky‘s debut feature is not a meek choice. Tackling the page to screen adaptation of Stephen Elliott‘s memoir THE ADDERALL DIARIES seems like something that was written in Read More →

Tribeca Film Festival review: ‘COME DOWN MOLLY’ is a drug induced introspection

COME DOWN MOLLY– Narrative, Drama, Comedy While I have never done mushrooms, myself, I do know a few people who have. I’ve heard it all. “I was chased by giants Read More →

‘EFFIE GRAY’ is a true story of a Victorian feminist.

Courting is essentially a thing of the past in today’s society. In the Victorian age, it was the norm. Women joined the family of their husband and were better seen Read More →

‘While We’re Young’ and think we know everything.

Being a grown up… firstly, let me say that phrase is so off putting, I can’t believe I actually wrote it, but I digress. Let’s start again. Being an adult, Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘OCTOBER GALE’ is a quiet storm

Regret and personal penance are issues we all tackle. Life’s small decisions can turn into life’s large consequences. Fleeting moments become the the ones that stick with you forever. In Read More →