Cinema Classics May 23, '19 Keanu Reeves

May 22, 2019

Inspired by John Wick 3: Parabellum, John and Johnny are  surprised at  some cultural gems amid this limited star's oeuvre.

Trial by Fire

May 20, 2019

A true crime story that turns on the truest crime being his conviction.

Outrageous: "Wild Nights with Emily"

May 18, 2019

A wild Emily is a new Emily for those of us her devotees.

It's Movie Time: May 17, '19 Long Shot

May 16, 2019

John and Linda find solid laughs and satire in the most recent rom-com.

Cinema Classics May 16, '19 Ethan Hawke

May 14, 2019

John and Johnny, inspired by Stockholm, look at the filmography of Ethan Hawke.

The River and the Wall

May 9, 2019

Beautiful doc to behold about the Rio Grande, with the wall and its  political message not far behind.

It's Movie Time: May 10, '19 Tolkien

May 9, 2019

John and Mary  evaluate the biography of the young J.R.R. Tolkien

Cinema Classics May 9, '19 The Avengers

May 7, 2019

John and Johnny analyze the popularity and history of Marvel's Avengers.

Long Shot

May 7, 2019

A sharp satire of contemporary politics leavened by an unlikely romance.


May 6, 2019

An informative biopic of the famous Tolkien in his formative years.

It's Movie Time: May 3, '19 Avengers: End Game

May 2, 2019

John and Kevin are in awe of the Avengers: Endgame.

Cinema Classics May 2, '19 Stephen King

Apr 30, 2019

John and Johnny, inspired by Pet Sematary, review the work of  prolific Stephen King.

Avengers: Endgame

Apr 27, 2019

As good a super-hero blockbuster as I have seen in a decade at least.

Fully enjoy It's Movie Time: April 26, '19 Stockholm

Apr 25, 2019

Hope and John are amused by the origin of the Stockholm syndrome. And Ethan Hawke.


Apr 23, 2019

Inspired by true event in '73, this bankheist was like no other--it defined the Stockholm syndrome.

John and Johnny pick their possible favorites for May and June, Summer '19.

High Life

Apr 22, 2019

Like the heady sci-fi's of the 60's and '70's, High Life is a serious if not beautiful study of bleak travel to a black hole to save the earth.

It's Movie Time: April 19, '19 , Peterloo

Apr 17, 2019

John/Wayne praise Mike Leigh's docudrama about the 1819 Manchester Massacre.

Cinema Classics April 18, '19 Mel Gibson

Apr 16, 2019

John and Johnny survey the rich if not controversial work of actor/director Mel Gibson.


Apr 15, 2019

A splendid rendition about the 1819 massacre in Manchester.

The Public

Apr 11, 2019

Writer/director/actor Estevez deftly  captures modern dilemmas of homelesness and authority.

It's Movie Time April 12 ,'19 Pet Sematary

Apr 11, 2019

John and Linda talk about backyards and burials, all in Stephan-King speak.

John and Johnny assess the already acclaimed career of horror's newest genius.

Pet Sematary

Apr 8, 2019

Solid horror. Fun, with layers of meaning.

It's Movie Time April 5,'19 Dumbo

Apr 5, 2019

John and Mary have mixed feelings about this Disney re-imagining.

Hotel Mumbai

Apr 4, 2019

Real terror expertly re-created in a foreign pleasure dome.

John and Johnny, inspired by Captain Marvel, consider their favorite superheroines.

The Aftermath

Apr 2, 2019

Visual delight, romance, and tragedy make for a pleasant if not great early spring viewing.

The Aftermath

Grade: B

Director:  James Kent (Testament of Truth)

Screenplay: Joe Shrapnel (Frankie and Alice) et al.

Cast: Keira Knightley (Colette), Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty)

Rating: R

Runtime: 1 hr 48 min

By: John DeSando

“We dropped more bombs in Hamburg on one weekend than fell on London in the whole of the war.” Col. Morgan (Jason Clarke)


Apr 1, 2019

Tim Burton applies his magic to this re-imagined classic, but not enough.

It's Movie Time: March 29, '19 Us w Hope Madden

Mar 27, 2019

John and Hope find brilliance in Jordan Peele's new horror flick, Us.