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  • Michelin Stars

    Michelin Stars: Tales from the Kitchen (2018) [Review]

    Michelin Stars: Tales from the Kitchen is a fascinating documentary about the impact of the Michelin guide. Haute cuisine is out of many people’s world, yet this documentary attempts to ground it into reality. These tales about great culinary menus showcase the art of creative perfection in the high...
  • Sara Stein - From Berlin to Tel Aviv: The Complete Series 2

    Sara Stein – From Berlin to Tel Aviv: The Complete Series

    The Sara Stein series is about a Jewish criminal investigator working in Berlin. Faster than you can say Nazis, this series gets going. I love crime tales, especially on an international level. However, half of this series felt like a Law and Order series with an extensive budget and...
  • All You Ever Wished For [Review] 5

    All You Ever Wished For [Review]

    All You Ever Wished For is a perfectly charming Italian movie featuring the kid from Glee and directed by the writer of Rain Man. Yeah, they did other things, but I wanted to frame the weird nature of the movie for you. It’s a charming romance that makes me...
  • The Sower [DVD review] 8

    The Sower [DVD review]

    The Sower is virtually The Beguiled in mid 19th century France. Loosely playing with history, the film deals with a town depleted of its men by large-scale arrest. Now, the ladies try to make do while a strange man makes his way into town. They handle this as well...
  • Cielo, Constructing Albert, Kinky, Penny Points to Paradise [DVD reviews] 11

    Cielo, Constructing Albert, Kinky, Penny Points to Paradise [DVD reviews]

    Cielo is a wonderful documentary about the night sky over the Atacama Desert. Many will desperately hunt for a narrative, but director Alison McAlpine isn’t having it. Drawing inspiration from films like Baraka, McAlpine wants you to focus on what matters in the world of Cielo. Admire natural beauty...
  • peep show

    42nd Street Forever: The Peep Show Collection #28 [DVD Review]

    42nd Street Forever: The Peep Show Collection #28 The Peep Show Collection releases come with no audio. The reason is the original 8mm stag film were recorded without audio. 42nd Street Forever gives you an ambient noise option, but few people will appreciate the aesthetic. They come to these...
  • Miss Bala rampages in the Escape Room [Review] 16

    Miss Bala rampages in the Escape Room [Review]

    Miss Bala is the American remake of a movie that didn’t need it. Gloria visits her beauty pageant friend who gets kidnapped. Now, she’s a pawn between the DEA and CIA to rescue the young lady. What follows manages to play as the most sincere attempt to make a...
  • Iceman (2017) [Review] 20

    Iceman (2017) [Review]

    Iceman gets a proper DVD release. The sole special feature is a making-of featurette. I really wish that we could’ve landed a commentary. I feel that when a filmmaker goes so far into left field, they almost owe audiences an explanation of the process. That might rub some wrong,...
  • Kiss Kiss

    Kiss Kiss (2019) destroyed my expectations [DVD Review]

    Kiss Kiss is a film about a wonderful night with some strip club dancers. They end up going to a wine tasting that turns into a deadly fight club. The winemaster believes he has a serum to turn people into the perfect fighter. So, he makes strippers beat themselves...

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