Love Thy Neighbor — Gran Torino Review

Clint Eastwood stars as a racist Korean War veteran with a crusty exterior living in a neighborhood that's rapidly changing with an influx of immigrants. Estranged from his children, and the rest of the world, Walt Kowalski is anti-God, immigration, and change. He spends most of his days sitting on the porch, drinking PBR (Pabst... Continue Reading →

Things We Lost in the Fire Review

It's easier to give people an example of a tragedy rather than trying to explain the definition of the word itself. And it would almost be a disservice to just call Things We Lost in the Fire a movie about tragedies. It's a visceral experience, like going through a wringing process, feeling what the characters feel,... Continue Reading →

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