When famous author and millionaire Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) dies mysteriously the night of his 85th birthday party, his family is left in a state of shock. Upon discovery of his body, his death is ruled a suicide and the family is left in disbelief. After the funeral, Detective Lt. Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield) and Trooper Wagner (Noah Segan) begin interviewing various members of the family so they can close the file of Harlan’s demise. It becomes increasingly apparent that Continue reading
Having just made partner in his prestigious, defense law firm, Robert Bilott (Mark Ruffalo) is confronted by a few concerned farmers; imploring him to look into the mysterious death of his livestock. Initially discrediting the findings, the harder he searched the more he discovered the presence of a hidden truth. An unidentified chemical compound, named PFOA/C-8, is found to have been disposed of illegally and may be effecting more than just the animal life. More importantly, it is Continue reading
Martin Scorsese brings his mob epic & theory on the death of Jimmy Hoffa to the big screen with “The Irishman”.
Frank Sheeran (De Niro) is a local deliveryman in the Philadelphia area bringing sides of beef to restaurants until his truck broke drown on the highway and he meets with mobster Russell Bufalino (Pesci). Frank also known as “The Irishman” and a hard worker to the business owners. Felix “Skinny Razor” DiTullio (Bobby Carnavale), the nickname comes from Felix using a straight razor when it comes to his competition, meets with Frank who explains he can get him better steaks cheaper. Sheeran manipulates the truck inventory and the beef that “falls off the truck” is brought to DiTullio.
Sheeran keeps supplying the mob with meat until he is bringing an empty truck to the warehouse and claiming ignorance on where the beef went. The union protected Frank who was an exemplary employee and therefore unable to be terminated by the company. Frank’s union lawyer way Bill Bufalino (Ray Ramano) celebrate their victory with dinner where they run into Bill’s brother Russell, whom Frank had already met. Russell who was not a Mob boss but he was Angelo Bruno’s (Harvey Keitel) right hand and knew everything that was going on in the family. Russell throws some work Sheeran’s way but like any mobster Frank also took on some side work for extra cash. One such job was to blow up a rival cleaner for a friend of the family but it turns out that the rival cleaners was owned by Bruno. Bruno explains to frank and asks him to make it right and Sheeran shoots the guy who hired him for the laundry job in the head.
Frank is now entrenched in the family and is also known to paint houses which is mob speak for a hitman. Frank moved up in the family quickly and was assigned to protect a union leader named Jimmy Hoffa (Pacino) who had been getting death threats. Sheeran and Hoffa were quick friends and their families became close. Frank’s daughter even did a report in school on Uncle Jimmy. As Hoffa’s popularity with the Labor unions grew, so did his ego thinking he was bigger than the law and the mob. Jimmy paid back Frank by making him the leader of a teamster local.
Six years after the phenomenon of “Frozen” took the World by storm, Disney is back with a brand new adventure featuring our loveable Arendellians. “Frozen II” picks-up a few years after the events of the first film, with Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel) ruling, Anna (Kristen Bell) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) still together with Olaf (Josh Gad) and Sven, and the gates still open. To tug at our heartstrings, we are treated to a flashback involving Anna and Elsa being told a story about an enchanted forest. During his father’s reign, he tells of a Continue reading
Tom Hanks becomes one of the most beloved TV icons in his new film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”.
Tom Hanks stars as TV icon Fred Rogers in the new film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”. Mr. Rogers brought children into his imaginary neighborhood everyday to teach them morals and values in his own kind way.
Lloyd Vogel is an investigative journalist and uses the pen to exposes people and businesses creating a reputation for the writer that has people not wanting him to interview them. Lloyd is married and has a newborn baby and is facing the possibility of a job change. Vogel is called into see his editor and is given the assignment of a lifetime; he is to interview Fred Rogers for the “hero” edition of GQ magazine.
Vogel reluctantly takes the assignment and decides to find out who is the “real” Fred Rogers and his wife Andrea (Susan Kelechi Watson) tells Lloyd, “Don’t ruin my childhood”. Vogel sets up an interview with Mr. Rogers in Pittsburgh in his TV studio that is home to his imaginary neighborhood. Fred introduces Lloyd to everyone as a journalist and Roger’s friend. Vogel is treated to a behind the scenes look at Mr. Roger’s neighborhood, it was like looking behind the curtain in OZ.