Movie Review: Focus


Focus stars Will Smith and Margo Robbie By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) I love a good caper film, and it's a shame that not that many get made. I think part of the problem is that, in some ways, they're far more difficult to make than a big-budget CGI extravaganza. The trick to a good con … [Read more...]

VOD Movie Review: Citizenfour


Did the NSA have foreknowledge that Citizenfour was going to win the Oscar for Best Documentary? Um, probably ... By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) Edward Snowden's whistleblowing actions about the mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy undertaken by the National Security Agency … [Read more...]

VOD Movie Review: Nightcrawler


Before the 87th Academy Awards ceremony airs this Sunday, February 22 – ending all speculation as to this year's winners – we're peering into Nightcrawler's intrusive lens to see if it has a clear shot at winning Best Original Screenplay. By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) Quoting Don … [Read more...]

Reel Love: Romantic Movies Through the Decades

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By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) Ah, Valentine's Day! The Hallmark holiday of sentimental cards, flowers and chocolate... and often followed up with a romantic movie. But how many viewings of When Harry Met Sally and Casablanca can you watch before wanting to take Cupid's arrow and stick it in … [Read more...]

TV Review: Better Call Saul – “Mijo”


By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Even Breaking Bad couldn't get away with what Better Call Saul is doing right now: After 2 episodes, I'm still not sure what the long game is. In Breaking Bad, you knew from the first episode that Walter White would build a drug empire, but going by the first … [Read more...]

TV Review: Better Call Saul


We review Better Call Saul! By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) I consider Breaking Bad one of the best television shows in existence. Widely popular in its final seasons, it actually started off with really weak ratings in its first few seasons. How the show got renewed every year is actually … [Read more...]

Movie Review: Jupiter Ascending

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Here's a sobering fact about the Wachowskis: Whatever they direct will always be measured against The Matrix regardless of genre. They captured lightning in a bottle that fuzed incredible visuals with an accessible story, which truly resonated with many … [Read more...]

The Timeless Groundhog Day


Though Groundhog Day occurred earlier this week, we sure took our sweet time traveling back to that classic film of the same name. But since the hero had nearly all the time in the world, did we really have to rush? By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) On its face, Groundhog Day looks like a sweet … [Read more...]

Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel


Tied with Birdman for the most Oscar nominations (9), as well as the Golden Globe winner for Best Comedy, is The Grand Budapest Hotel deserving of all the accolades? Currently available on streaming and cable, we had to revisit: By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) In our all-too-brief stay at The … [Read more...]

Movie Review: The Wedding Ringer


Does The Wedding Ringer espouse some fun? Read on! By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) Another matrimonial comedy? You’d think that the ceaseless cinematic march to the altar has made the wedding aisle runner as thin as the fanatically dieting bride on her special day. In the last few … [Read more...]

Movie Review: Taken 3

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What did we think of Taken 3? Read on! By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Action movies are a curious thing these days. It's generally considered a young man's game but over the last few years it's been an old man's game. John Wick, The Equalizer, RED, The Expendables, and the daddy of the … [Read more...]

VOD Movie Review: Boyhood


By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) When we first learn that Boyhood is a coming-of-age piece about a first grader named Mason (Ellar Coltrane), we might think: Haven't we seen this scenario a million times before? What's the big deal? But the fact that this particular coming-of-age story is … [Read more...]

TV Review: Agent Carter Now Is Not The End & Bridge And Tunnel

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) When Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiered in the fall of 2013, I felt that it was a bit lackluster but gave it the benefit of the doubt. As the season went on, it didn't get any better, and it's crossover with Thor: The Dark World was tangental at best. What's the … [Read more...]

Streaming Movie Review: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night


By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) It's well-known that Hollywood has such a short memory that any contenders vying for attention during awards season will try to postpone their film's release date to October at the very earliest. Which makes the kudos for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night all the … [Read more...]

Movie Review: Unbroken

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By Kimberly Gadette (doddleNEWS) It appears that the title "Unbroken" is an unsubstantiated claim. A claim that – akin to the hero's leaky life raft – can't hold water. Even with all Jolie's horses and all Jolie's men (i.e., screenwriters the Coen Bros. [True Grit, No Country for Old Men, … [Read more...]

Mega Movie Review: The Hobbit Trilogy


By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) In my The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies review, I called the final film a satisfying conclusion to an uneven film series. I was fortunate enough to see it in conjunction with the previous two films in one sitting, and I can tell you, that this was the way it … [Read more...]

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