Review: Get Entangled In ‘Entanglement’

Entanglement Theatrical Release: February 9, 2018 Available On Demand & Digital HD: February 9, 2018 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews While searching for the meaning of his existence, Ben Layten (Thomas Middleditch) uncovers a family secret that leads him to a woman named Hanna… But when he and Hanna (Jess Weixler) inadvertently fall in love, his life becomes increasingly Read More →

Review: ‘The Ottoman Lieutenant’ is more than “just a romance”.

Paladin Presents THE OTTOMAN LIEUTENANT THE OTTOMAN LIEUTENANT is the first movie to explore the eastern front of World War I, and tells the story of a beautiful, strong-willed woman (Hera Hilmar, ANNA KARENINA, DAVINCI’S DEMONS), who, frustrated by ongoing injustice at home, leaves the United States after meeting Jude, an American doctor (Josh Hartnett, PENNY DREADFUL, BLACK HAWK DOWN, Read More →

Review: ‘COLONIA’ holds you captive.

How far would you go for love? Would you risk your life to save another? Based on true events, COLONIA is a harrowing thriller that follows the attempted escape from one the most bloody and disturbing cults in history. SYNOPSIS Florian Gallenberger’s historical thriller, set around the Pinochet coup in 1970s Chile sees Emma Watson’s (Harry Potter, Noah) Lena forced to undertake 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, let’s say “unkind words.” Writer/Producer/Director Ryan David‘s “relationship meets art” love story, Seattle Road has a great tagline: Seattle Road explores the paradox of a couple’s love and the resentment Read More →

The Official Trailer for the Most Bizarre Romance, ‘The Lobster’

This is one trailer that will truly peak your interests. From Greek Director and Screenwriter Yorgos Lanthimos (Dog Tooth), comes the tale of a bizarre romance in his new film The Lobster, starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz. This is the story of a man in a dystopian future that is required to find a mate in forty-five days; if he Read More →

Victor Levin’s ‘5 to 7’ brings Parisian romance to New York City.

 There is something about the French that evokes whimsy and passion. Paris is touted as the romance capital of the world. The language is oozing with lust and the men and women who reside there, are to be envied and adored. But give me NYC, anyday. There are so many stories just waiting to happen. In 5 to 7, we Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘SONG ONE’ plays well

  Nothing quite captures New York City like it’s sound scrape. The roaring of a passing subway train. The chatter in a coffee house. The songs heard on the streets by the immense talent that envelopes themselves in the starving artist community that creates the fabric of this magical place.  SONG ONE is a beautiful ode to this city.

Liz’s Review: ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’ – A love story you can sink your teeth into

I LOVE horror movies. I love an original script. I love a great soundtrack. Put them all together and you’ve got me on your side from minute one. There are few movies ever made that deliver on all of these aspects. The one I am about to describe blows it out of the water.