Tag Archives: Amazon Studios

Sparks and Leos Carax Team Up for the Wonderfully Quirky Annette

Sparks and Leos Carax Team Up for the Wonderfully Quirky Annette

James Jay Edwards reviews Annette, a musical with original music, songs, and story by the band Sparks, Ron and Russell Mael, and directed by Leos Carax. (Amazon Studios)

The Entire Science Fiction Genre Jumps the Shark with The Tomorrow War

James Jay Edwards reviews The Tomorrow War, a military science fiction action film directed by Chris McKay and starring Chris Pratt. (Amazon Studios) 

Extremist Movie Debate: The Big Sick

In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? The Big Sick (Amazon Prime)

One Night in Miami… Fictionalizes One Historic Meeting

James Jay Edwards reviews One Night in Miami…, a film that imagines the historic meeting of Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke. (Amazon Prime)

I’m Your Woman Flips the Script on the Seventies Crime Drama

James Jay Edwards reviews I’m Your Woman, a neo-noir crime drama film directed by Julia Hart and starring Rachel Brosnahan. (Amazon Prime)

Riz Ahmed Flexes His Acting Muscles in Sound of Metal

James Jay Edwards reviews Sound of Metal, a film written and directed by Darius Marder, story by Derek Cianfrance, and starring Riz Ahmed. (Amazon Prime) 

Sacha Baron Cohen Continues to Keep America on Its Toes with Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

James Jay Edwards reviews Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the latest movie by Sacha Baron Cohen, now streaming on Amazon Prime.

Welcome to The Blumhouse Keeps Going with Nocturne and Evil Eye

James Jay Edwards reviews Nocturne and Evil Eye, Blumhouse’s next two entries in the Welcome to The Blumhouse series on Amazon Prime. (Amazon Prime) 

Blumhouse’s Welcome to The Blumhouse Series Launches with The Lie and Black Box

James Jay Edwards reviews The Lie and Black Box, Blumhouse’s first two entries of the Welcome to The Blumhouse series on Amazon Prime. (Amazon Prime)  

Chemical Hearts Hints at Places It Doesn’t Go

James Jay Edwards reviews Chemical Hearts, a movie written and directed by Richard Tanne and adapted from the Krystal Sutherland YA novel Our Chemical Hearts.