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The Escape Artist

January 11, 2023

The Escape Artist is nonfiction written better than most of the best thriller novels. You will root for Walter through every setback and success.


Underground Railroad

May 12, 2021

An epic undertaking by Barry Jenkins and he delivers emotion, pain, and the highest quality look back.


The Last Duel

April 7, 2021

An epic and cinematic book focused on a medieval duel to end all duels. When one Knight accuses another of assaulting his wife, lives and…


The Black Church

February 24, 2021

Henry Louis Gates telling you the history of anything is always worth it.



January 6, 2021

An absolute revelation and masterclass from Shonda Rhimes. She uses genre to tell a familiar story but leans into the provocation where lesser shows pull…


Mrs. America

November 11, 2020

Cate Blacnhett leads a fantastic ensemble in this juicy and colorful look back at the ERA.


The Trial of the Chicago 7

October 28, 2020

Oscar nominee adaptation of the true events. It's very Aaron Sorkiny, Sascha Baron Cohen is magnetic and Mark Rylance is a revelation.


The Queen’s Gambit

October 28, 2020

Anya Taylor-Joy will dare you to look away as her King takes your Queen. Is that right? Am I a chess player now?


The Good Lord Bird

October 14, 2020

A tour de force for Ethan Hawke about the national tensions prior to the Civil War in the form of John Brown.


Long Gone Summer

June 17, 2020

If you are looking for revisionist history about the steroid era of baseball, this is the doc for you. No hard questions, only nostalgia about…