Film: WWII Snooze, Candy Colored Treat


What is a revered work of art truly worth? Does it merit sending military troops deep into enemy territory to retrieve? These questions haunt The … [Read more...]

Film: The Jolly Divorcée


“Are you always this happy?” the transfixed gent of a certain age asks the vivacious, radiant fifty-something gal with the bulky turtle shell … [Read more...]

Film: The War Within


Bethlehem, a gripping, slam-bang thriller screening as part of the 17th Annual Miami Jewish Film Festival, opens and closes amid expansive, arid … [Read more...]

Film: All’s Fair in (Virtual) Love and War


Before we get to the barren no-man's-land that is January at the multiplex – Happy New Year, by the way – it's imperative to deal with two of … [Read more...]

Film: Masters of Their Domain


Pop quiz, hotshot: What's the key to an enduring Wall Street career? Business acumen? Puh-leeze. No, wait, maybe it's knowing when to keep your … [Read more...]

News: State Representative David Richardson Opines on the Beach Convention Center


In his first public commentary on the future of the Miami Beach Convention Center, State Representative David Richardson made it clear to the new City … [Read more...]

Film: Practically Imperfect in Many Ways


Is it too much to ask of a movie ostensibly about the making of a movie many consider a classic for said production to be more about the creative … [Read more...]

Film: Storming the Dragon’s Lair


A greedy, egomaniacal dragon takes to the skies at the end of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, but he might as well be a phoenix rising from the … [Read more...]

Film: Il sogno di Roma


The essence of a city, what makes it more than a group of buildings thrown together, is an elusive thing to capture, easy to perceive when you're in … [Read more...]