Category: Movie Review

Mr. Skeffington Movie Review

Mr. Skeffington: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

The last scene from Mr. Skeffington is one of the most memorable moments in cinema. “A woman is beautiful when she is loved, and only then,” Job Skeffington tells his ex-wife, Fanny. There are two lessons in this scene: nothing[…] Read More

Captain Blood: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

Unless you’re a huge Errol Flynn fan, Captain Blood is not the first Flynn film I would recommend watching. Flynn’s body of work, including The Sea Hawk, The Adventures of Robin Hood, Dive Bomber and Gentleman Jim show his tremendous[…] Read More

The Bad and the Beautiful Movie Review

The Bad and the Beautiful: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

Relationships are complex, and few movies demonstrate this as well as The Bad and the Beautiful. The 1952 black and white film starred Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner, Walter Pidgeon, Dick Powell, and Barry Sullivan. The film, which was directed by[…] Read More

A Face in the Crowd

A Face in the Crowd: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

If I mention the name Andy Griffith, you’re probably going to think of The Andy Griffith Show or Matlock. Well, before Griffith gained success as the affable and wise Sherriff Andy Taylor on the Andy Griffith Show during the early[…] Read More