Mudbound

November 19, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, News, This Week, Top Stories

Film Review by Kam Williams Returning WWII Vets Forge Unlikely Friendship across Color Line in Searing Southern Saga Dateline: Mississippi, 1946, which means many of the Magnolia State’s soldier native […]

Destined

November 17, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams   Cory Hardrict Stars as Both a Gangsta and an Architect in Alternate Reality, Sci-Fi Saga Sheed Smith (Cory Hardrict) is a drug dealer roaming […]

The Star

November 16, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, News, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams   Animals Emerge as Unsung Heroes in Animated Version of the Birth of Christ Most movies based on the Bible have limited appeal beyond the […]

No Greater Love

November 14, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams Afghan War Documentary Chronicles Combat through Eyes of Grunts on the Ground In 2010, the 101st Airborne Division’s “No Slack” Infantry Battalion deployed to Afghanistan […]

Roman J. Israel, Esq.

November 13, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

 Film Review by Kam Williams   Denzel Delivers Latest Oscar-Quality Performance as Attorney with Asperger’s Roman J. Israel (Denzel Washington) is a high-functioning savant on the autism spectrum who has […]

Murder on the Orient Express

November 8, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams Complex Costume Drama Does Justice to Agatha Christie’s Classic Whodunit! First published in 1936, Murder on the Orient Express revolved around the most famous case […]

Mayhem

November 6, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams Attorney and Client Turn on Abusive Law Firm in Revenge-Fueled Splatterfest Attorney Derek Cho (Steven Yeun) was a rising star working his way up the […]

On Wings of Eagles

November 5, 2017 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams   Eric Liddell’s Missionary Work Memorialized in Bittersweet Sequel to “Chariots of Fire” Chariots of Fire (1981) chronicled the real-life exploits of Eric Henry Liddell […]