Social Satire Takes Sophisticated Look at Race Relations in the Ivy League

Dear White People Film Review by Kam Williams Social Satire Takes Sophisticated Look at Race Relations in the Ivy League   The academics are tough enough at Winchester University, a mythical Ivy League institution. It’s too bad that black students there also have to worry about making themselves comfortable socially. That’s precisely the predicament we […]

Zane Steamy Best Seller Adapted into Moralizing, Melodramatic Soap Opera

Addicted Film Review by Kam Williams Zane Steamy Best Seller Adapted into Moralizing, Melodramatic Soap Opera   I’m not sure whether in these more enlightened, politically correct times I’m allowed to call a movie a “chick flick” anymore. But when I went to see Addicted, the only other guys in attendance were the couple of […]

Collegians Form Fake Charity to Fleece Gullible Christians in Faith-Based Morality Play

Believe Me Film Review by Kam Williams Collegians Form Fake Charity to Fleece Gullible Christians in Faith-Based Morality Play   Even though I was raised in the church and attended services religiously as a child, I was simultaneously warned by my skeptical grandmother that sometimes, “The closer supposedly to Christ, the further from God.” That […]

Iconoclastic Doc Focuses Lens on Ageless Fashion Plates

Advance Style Film Review by Kam Williams Iconoclastic Doc Focuses Lens on Ageless Fashion Plates We live in a culture which unfortunately equates beauty with youth. Why else are so many women to make a joke of their own faces so long as the skin remains as tight as a ten year old’s? As the […]

Brit Hackers Hustle Gangster in High Octane, High Body Count Heist

Plastic Film Review by Kam Williams Brit Hackers Hustle Gangster in High Octane, High Body Count Heist   Sometimes, a film unfolds so fast and furiously that it’s hard to keep score. Such is the case with Plastic, a high-octane, high body count affair following the antics of a stolen credit card ring run by […]

Denzel Does Vigilante in Adaptation of Eighties TV Series

The Equalizer Film Review by Kam Williams Denzel Does Vigilante in Adaptation of Eighties TV Series   On the surface, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington) is a perfectly-pleasant, hail fellow well met. By day, the affable widower is employed as a sales associate at a hardware superstore where he jokes with co-workers who call him “Pops.” […]

Eye-Opening Expose’ Explores America’s Addiction to Oil

Pump Film Review by Kam Williams Eye-Opening Expose’ Explores America’s Addiction to Oil   Why is the price of gasoline in the Untied States so artificially high? Much of the explanation lies in a corporate conspiracy to deny us access to alternative fuel sources. A few years ago, the documentary “Who Killed the Electric Car?” […]