Movie Review – Mr. Nobody

Reviews By Mark Ziobro It often takes directors without anything to prove to make a statement. We’ve seen this with films written and directed by the same person, such as the late Bill Paxton’s excellent...

Movie Review – ‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.’

By Mark Ziobro Dan Gilroy, the director who brought us the powerful “Nightcrawler” in 2014, releases another introspective drama here with “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” The film, which opens with a lawyer narrating why he...

Movie Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

By Matt DeCristo “Bohemian Rhapsody” takes us back to the genesis of British rock music, exploring the formation of the band ‘Queen’ and its legendary lead singer, Freddie Mercury. I went in knowing a handful of...

At the movies: ‘Free Solo’

By Mark Ziobro 4/4 stars Alex Honnold is a free soloist. To those who don’t know what that means, it’s mountain climbing without a rope. For the documentary “Free Solo,” the subject of Alex’s climb is...

Movie Review – Chappaquiddick

By Mark Ziobro As someone born in 1979 -16 years after the assassination of JFK and 10 years after Ted Kennedy left the scene of an accident in Martha’s Vineyard that resulted in Mary Jo...

At the Movies: ‘Broken Ceiling’

By Mark Ziobro 3/4 stars Written and directed by Adam Davis, “Broken Ceiling” examines the corporate hierarchy, albeit in a fantastical way. It revolves around a tyrant of a boss and three less than willing employees...

Star Wars Episode VIII : The Last Jedi-A Review by Mark Ziobro

  “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” arrives, with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. I write this knowing full well that I am both a critic and a fan of the “Star Wars” universe,...

Movie Review – “Avengers: Endgame”

By Mark Ziobro “Avengers: Endgame” is an epic. It pays homage to the legions of Marvel films that came before it, packages and wraps up the morose happenings of “Avengers: Infinity War” in a way...

Movie Review: Stephen King’s “IT”

By: Matt DeCristo Stephen King’s 1986 novel ‘IT‘ is widely considered one of  the scariest books ever written, both for it's grisly premise of an ambiguous evil entity that resides in the sewers of a small...

Movie review: Coffee and a Donut

By Mark Ziobro Cary Patrick Martin writes and directs this short comedy about the trials and tribulations of language when an immigrant who speaks little to no English attempts to order breakfast at the local...
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