Category: Film Reviews

INVISIBLE HANDS Film Review

The great Elie Wiesel has been quoted as saying, “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustices, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” This film, according to Tandon in a press release, is her “protest against the perpetrators who exploit the most innocent, vulnerable and voiceless members of society – our children.”

THE DARK Returns!!!

At the Cinema Village Cinema, 22 E 12th St, NYC, 11 p.m. tonight The New York Times said in a recent review, “In ‘The Dark,’ a Traumatized Teenager Becomes a Zombie.” Hogwash! See this great movie and decided for yourself.…

WE THE ANIMALS Film Review

Ninety-four minutes of rapturous filmmaking about three young brothers approaching puberty as they are growing up in the chaos of a working class, quintessential dysfunctional American family in rural upstate New York.

CHAINED FOR LIFE Movie Review, 10th Annual BAM Cinema Fest

A brilliant, acerbic depiction of “gonzo surrealism” about an “outré art-horror” movie being shot in a semi-abandoned hospital – that was the publicity hook for this reviewer who was subsequently swept up in the reverie of a Brooklyn filmmaking auteur’s stylistic Super 16mm movie flushed with scenes surreal or with the verisimilitude of a reality TV show.

NANA Film Review

NANA is not a historical documentary about what happened to the Jewish people during WWII, but rather the story of a blonde girl with a normal life who lost everything, and how her descendants live with the trauma of heritage. It also shows a strong woman who managed to survive and keep her hands clean.