How an American family comes apart in “American Pastoral”


Adapted from Philip Roth’s novel of the same name, this story, published in the nineties, eerily reflects the societal changes of today. The racial riots of the sixties mirrors the pressing issue of “Black Lives Matter” …

Unnecessary body count and violence a turn off in “The Accountant”


Nothing is more off putting in “The Accountant” than the meaningless violence that is made to look cool, and at times, funny…

Intrigue and mystery abound in “The Girl on the Train”


Adapted from a novel of the same name, “The Girl” builds suspense and intrigue taking leaps back and forth in the time line. The audience get to do the work of putting the story together…