Film Review: ‘My Father and the Man in Black’

★★★☆☆ Jonathan Holiff’s engaging debut, My Father and the Man in Black (2012), benefits greatly from its third party storytelling, as he strives to discover what drove his father, Saul – the former manager of country legend Johnny Cash – to suicide. Holiff instantly sets a bleak tone by depicting Continue Reading


Film Review: ‘Red 2’

★★☆☆☆ We’ve certainly been heavily dosed with geriatric action thrillers in recent years, with Arnie taking on The Last Stand, Sylvester Stallone heading up The Expendables and Bruce Willis popping up in anything his agent prescribes. However, none can boast the hospital waiting room worth of talent of Red 2 Continue Reading