At the Movies With Mark Ziobro
“The Green Knight” Grade: A- By Arpit Nayak The Green Knight Review – Marvelous Dev Patel in visually enchanting fairy-tale
Historic fantasy has often been used in cinema as a...
Judas and the Black Messiah
a Captivating Biopic Thriller Filled with Pictorial Intensity
History is one of the vital aspects of life that helps us understand a country’s state of mind and situation. Simultaneously, film plays...
Review: ‘One Night in Miami’ a Deeply Affecting and Necessary Picture that is One of this Year’s Best
By: Mark Ziobro
“One Night in Miami” is electric. Regina King’s ode to four powerhouses of the...
Analysis of the Trial Prep Scene in ‘Chicago 7:’ Tom Hayden Cracks Under Pressure; Abbie Hoffman Discovers Common Ground
At the Movies
By MARK ZIOBRO January 26, 2021
There’s a central theme that runs constant through Aaron Sorkin’s “The...
Review: ‘Enola Holmes’
By: Arpit Nayak
Cinema has often adapted the stories of iconic books. At times it is mostly successfully, but sometimes not. One of the adaptations that is the most loved and admired...
by Mark Ziobro
I was shocked to learn that “Nacho Libre,” the tempered and anticlimactic comedy starring Jack Black was actually loosely based on true events, the tribulations of Sergio Gutiérrez Benítez, a Mexican Catholic...