‘Missing Child’ works as a neo noir mystery thriller with great performances and a tight script.
My 1st German language film, ‘The People Vs. Fritz Bauer’, is a brisk political thriller telling a story rarely explored in mainstream film.
‘Dawn’s Valor’ is set against an epic backdrop that exemplifies the importance of the scale of the story, rather than the run time.
Check out my Spoiler-Free Movie Review of ‘The Martian’, Ridley Scott’s return to epic filmmaking, and one of Matt Damon’s career best performances.
Randeep Hooda shines in a rare Bollywood bio-pic about a murdered in ‘Main Aur Charles’. Read on for my My Spoiler-free Movie Review and why Hooda deserves more praise than he has thus far in the industry.
Bollywood Sherlock Holmes ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!’ gets out of its own way, allowing the audience to hit enjoy the mystery on their own, instead of having it shoved down their throats. Read on for my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and share your thoughts on this movie as well.
A new movie that bridges the gap between fans of multiple generations with a story that acts as a sequel-ized remake, here is my Movie Review of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’.
Episode 10 of the Split Screen Podcast has Kathy Gibson returning to compare the comeback movie of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, ‘Jazbaa’, remade from the South Korean thriller ‘Seven Days’.
Episode 8 of The Split Screen Podcast features the return of Kathy Gibson from Access Bollywood as we compare the amazingly underrated ‘Warrior’ to its Bollywood remake ‘Brothers’.
This is the Split Screen Podcast Christmas ‘Star Wars’ Special, with the Entertainment Editor of The Chicago Tribune, Wendy Fox Weber. This episode we compare and contrast the Original & Prequel Trilogies of the ‘Star Wars’ franchise, prior to the release of the latest ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’.
The ‘Rocky’ film franchise made the favorite Hollywood trope of the underdog story most memorable over its seven films. Here’s taking a look back at every movie, due to the release of it’s spin-off, ‘Creed’.
Going even further back from the Original Star Wars Trilogy, I take a look at what went wrong in the Prequel Trilogy, and see how things can be improved going forward.
A retrospective look into the original Star Wars Trilogy, prior to the release of the new ‘The Force Awakens film, and dissecting how it holds up today, while looking at what has made the films so appealing over the years.
Bollywood only has two major releases in December 2015. Read on to this month’s Trailer Talk to see which is worth watching, and share your thoughts.
This week’s episode of Split Screen Podcast, features Nipun Chopra as we compare ‘Reservoir Dogs’ to it’s Bollywood remake, ‘Kaante’.
The best movie ever made, ‘The Godfather’, is the topic of discussion on Split Screen Podcast this week as we compare it to to its Bollywood counterpart ‘Sarkar’.
‘Goosebumps’ is a fun and entertaining movie based on popular book series which introduces the (slightly) horror genre to pre-teens & older.
Shahrukh Khan’s next movie, ‘Dilwale’, is marketed around the premise of his on-screen chemistry with Kajol, and apparently nothing else. See the Trailer and read on to see what a disaster this will be.
Another explicit Anurag Kashyap experiment comes with ‘Madly’, boasting of an international cast & creative talent. Check out the Trailer & Kashyap’s Hollywood connection.
Split Screen Podcast takes a look at the 1st official Bollywood remake of a Hollywood movie, where the remake is less than successful.