Bill Meyer: It Must Be Heaven carries on his signature comedic style which is often compared to slapstick silent movie comedian Buster Keaton, because of his sad sack persona and minimalist dialog.
Milan Pacheco: Steven Soderbergh’s Erin Brockovich starring Julia Roberts is also based on a real-life woman. In this case it is Erin Brockovich, a former legal clerk turned renowned author and environmental activist
Jefferson Morley: Up to a third of the men tortured were probably entirely innocent of any terrorist actions. The use of “enhanced interrogation” techniques did not prevent any attacks.
Cliff Smith: Dissatisfied with individual liberation, Tubman embarks on the singular American heroism of armed undergound penetration back into confederate territory, singlehandedly confiscating the human property and source of wealth of the ever-enraged slave owners.
Ed Rampell: Griffin’s hilarious documentary tells the saga of how her photo shoot with what looked like Trump’s bloody severed head…landed her on the no-fly list.