Posts Tagged ‘Music’


“Rudderless” Life Off Course (Film Review)

  Taking a turn at directing William H. Macy offers a nicely acted drama with music and a little comedy called Rudderless. The indie movie, targeted for the adult crowd, takes you into the life of a family man who has to deal with the tragic loss of is son. It’s a gripping story that […]

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“GET ON UP” Pops and Rocks (Film Review)

Impressive, the film Get on Up has a fine cast, direction and a story that’s compelling.  It entertains on two levels, a heartrending biography and the music that changed America. The film is directed by Tate Taylor who brought The Help to the screen and here he tackles a difficult bio with an uplifting win […]


“Gabrielle” A Poignant Story of Love and Music (Foreign Film Review)

  Poignant, enlightening and romantic the movie Gabrielle tells a compelling story of a young woman challenged by her genetic disorder.  Directed with a keen sense of understanding by Louise Archambault the film works with several anxieties including rite of passage, family influence, dealing with peers, coming of age and sexuality. The acting is brilliant […]


Metallica Through the Never, a Musical Experience (Film Review)

  One of the most amazing films on music Metallica Through the Never comes to the IMAX screen and it’s a musical experience to remember.  Not just for metalheads, this show bangs out messages while Metallica plays the groups most memorable titles.  I’m not a heavy metal follower, but in IMAX and 3D the experience […]

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