Miami Vice (1988) – Baseballs of Death, and Indian Wars

Vice detectives Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) and Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Micheal Thomas) have more cases to investigate this week, as season four of Miami Vice continues. Written by Peter Lance, Baseballs of Death first aired on 19 February, 1988. The vice squad is investigating a series of murders, and find out their prime suspect is…

One More Time (2015) – Robert Edwards

  Available now from Anchor Bay is this little gem written and directed by Robert Edwards that gives a look inside the hearts of two musical performers. Jude (Amber Heard) is a self-destructive would-be singer-songwriter who sabotages her own life consistently, and clashes with her family on a minute by minute basis. She can’t seem…

Trailer Tracks: Flatliners (1990) – Joel Schumacher

I came out of this movie wanting to try this… seriously. I think it would be kind of cool. And hey, this is before Schumacher ruined Batman… It has a fantastic cast, Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, Julia Roberts, William Baldwin, and Oliver Platt. I still like this one a lot!

Bermuda International Film Festival – Ginger & Rosa (Sally Potter)

The Bermuda International Film Festival kicks off this evening with the powerful film, Ginger & Rosa, which Sue got to take a look at during the Toronto International Film Festival. I’m very excited to be able to cover this festival, and am looking forward to stepping inside the Liberty Theater. I haven’t been in there…

The West Wing: Season 2

So I just finished Season 2 of Aaron Sorkin’s The West Wing (I’m happy they went with the widescreen presentation from this point on), and I’m so glad to be watching it this way, and not waiting week to week for more, like I had to wait for The Newsroom! I am so hooked, and completely in…

TIFF 2012: Ginger & Rosa – Sally Potter

  Wow.  I promised myself that I wouldn’t write anything too spoilery in my TIFF musings, because I want anyone who reads one of these and then sees the movie I’ve written about to have as close to the same experience going into it as I did.  It’s going to be difficult to convey how…