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Alex Reynolds reviews THE WHALE

Brendan Fraser is Charlie, an English teacher weighed down with severe obesity (600 lbs), burdened with complex heath issues, a life full of...


Alex Reynold reviews the Cate Blanchett film, “Tar”

Don’t be deluded by the title’s suggestion of a documentary about the icky black substance filling highway potholes. The film is a soaring...


Alex Reynolds reviews The Banshees of Inisherin

A saga of broken buddies navigating back to repairing a fractured friendship. The dark tragicomedy, written, directed and produced by Martin McDonagh, reunites...


Alex Reynolds reviews: THE GOOD NURSE

A based in fact opus, blending medicine, madness, and murder, adapted from the book by Charles Graeber. “The Good Nurse” reveals the disturbing...


Alex Reynolds reviews: THE SECRET GARDEN

The solace of a garden is accessible by just reading Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel “The Secret Garden” published over a century ago (1911)....


Reynolds Review: Inherit the Wind holds up nicely

With movie houses still padlocked (scheduled re-openings soon), my source for cinema enjoyment is “Reynolds Favorite Movies” list. Scanning the posted gems, I...


Alex Reynolds revisits the classic noir film, Laura

“That was Laura, but she’s only a dream”………lyrics from the soundtrack’s haunting theme sets the mood as the “dream” weaves through this 1944...


Anastasia the Musical

The stage musical (Ed Mirvish Theatre,Toronto), though based on historical fact, is inspired by the 1997 animated movie and the 1956 film starring...


Pain and Glory

Pedro Almodovar’s 21st full length feature film is very personal, a drama reflecting events in the Spanish director’s career as a former actor,...