The King of Staten Island AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | June 11, 2020 | Comments Off on The King of Staten Island AWFJ.org review

Other than director Judd Apatow and co-screenwriter Dave Sirus, I’m not sure anyone knew Pete Davidson had even a shred of acting talent. The King of Staten Island will change that. Davidson stars as Scott Carlin, a version of himself, in a story loosely-based on his experience with depression, drug addiction, borderline personality disorder, and …

Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl AWFJ.org Review

By CinemaSiren | May 28, 2020 | Comments Off on Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl AWFJ.org Review

I’ve heard from every corner lately, and from quite diverse career environments, that women have to work harder than anyone else, harder than anyone ever imagines is possible, in order to get anywhere in their chosen metier. Once again, and in dramatic fashion, that sentiment has been brought home in director Amy Goldstein’s documentary, Kate Nash: …

Looney Tunes Cartoons on HBO Max Review

By CinemaSiren | May 28, 2020 | Comments Off on Looney Tunes Cartoons on HBO Max Review

There’s great news for fans of Bugs Bunny and friends, as well as for the youngsters the elder fans want to indoctrinate into the Looney Tunes fold. HBO Max is bringing Looney Tunes back with a series of new cartoons created with great style and panache by Peter Browngardt. With a name that’s as uninventive …

The Painter and the Thief AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | May 14, 2020 | Comments Off on The Painter and the Thief AWFJ.org review

Some directors are born to documentary filmmaking. To be able to build an arc through real-life events, to capture the essence of real people and their challenges, building enough trust with those subjects to get at deeper truths, to keep an audience connected to the subjects, these are what make a great documentarian. Benjamin Ree …