Tag Archives: Daniel Craig

Knives Out (2019) Review

EVERYONE HAS A MOTIVE,  NO ONE HAS A CLUE   In the many genre realms of cinematic storytelling, the classic narrative of a “whodunit” has been a time-honored plot device; providing a dubious looking into mystery and intrigue. The definition of a “whodunit” is a story or play about a murder in which the identity of the murder is not

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Logan Lucky (2017) Review

A MILD AND PREDICTABLE SOUTHERN HEIST CAPPER   Director, film producer, screenwriter, cinematographer, editor. Yes, I’m talking about Steven Soderbergh. Being critically praised for his 1989 indie drama Sex, Lies, and Videotape (winning the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival), Soderbergh went on to become a Hollywood director for several well-known films that were met with critically success /

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Spectre Review

THE SPECTERS OF SPECTRE   The man (James Bond), the myth (Bond), and the icon (007). Such are the names that come to mind when speaking about Ian Fleming’s most notorious spy super sleuth: James Bond. Moreover, the Hollywood feature films of Fleming’s character of Bond have become more iconic, spanning over 53 years with several different actors stepping into

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