Category Archive: War

Revisit “Harold and Maude” and “Dr. Strangelove”

My 2 favorite films were streaming this past week.

The Tragedy of Macbeth

This film is not for everyone. You have to be a fan of Shakespeare and authentic dialogue, or your best intentions will leave you out in the cold.

The Courier

Relive that moment in history where the world danced on the edge of nuclear destruction during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Quo Vadis, Aida?

The Oscar for Best International Film comes down to this movie and Another Round.

Da 5 Bloods

This is a brilliant cinematic train that tragically runs off the rails long before its conclusion.

Love Lost and the Painful Reality of Saying Goodbye

Before beginning reviews of 2 emotional films to be seen at home, I’m thinking of friends quarantined alone following the death of a spouse.

The Last Full Measure

Though a bit heavy-handed at times, so was Parasite and it won several Oscars!

1917

A poetic historical film recreating the human tragedy inflicted on little people during World War I.

A Hidden Life

Lasting for 2 hours and 45 minutes, writer/director Terrence Malick once again finds a way to let a movie’s length rob the film of its dramatic importance.

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