Benjamin Bratt (INTERVIEW)

Benjamin Bratt The “Snitch” Interview with Kam Williams Headline: All about Benjamin Born in San Francisco on December 16, 1963, Benjamin Bratt’s career has successfully spanned movie and television for over 25 years. His impressive resume includes the critically acclaimed Piñero, in a powerful portrayal of poet-playwright-actor Miguel Piñero; Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic; and The Woodsman, […]

Incredible Burt Wonderstone (FILM REVIEW)

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Film Review by Kam Williams Headline: Carrey and Carell Reunite to Make Movie Magic, Literally and Figuratively Back in 2003, Jim Carrey was upstaged as the title character of Bruce Almighty by a scene-stealing Steve Carell as motor-mouthed, TV newscaster Evan Baxter. Consequently, Carrey wasn’t even around for the sequel, Evan […]

Life of Pi (DVD REVIEW)

Life of Pi DVD Review by Kam Williams Headline: Oscar-Winning Seafaring Tale of Survival Available on DVD Pi Patel (Suraj Sharma) was raised Hindu before converting to Catholicism and Islam all on his own. The spiritually-promiscuous, 16 year-old’s parents reacted differently to the changes in the boy’s unorthodox behavior which included going to church and […]

3-12 Top Ten DVD Releases

This Week’s DVD Releases by Kam Williams Headline: Top Ten DVD List for March 12, 2013 Life of Pi You’ve Been Trumped Sholem Aleichem Tristana Hitchcock Samson and Delilah The Hunchback of Notre Dame – 2 Movie Collection Crossroad Borgen: Season One Max & Ruby: A […]

Dead Man Down (FILM REVIEW)

Dead Man Down Film Review by Kam Williams Headline: Revenge-Minded Neighbors Enter Pact in Convoluted Thriller Grief-stricken Lazlo Kerick (Colin Farrell) never recovered from the gruesome murder of his wife (Beata Dalton). It came on orders from a vicious mob boss intent on preventing her from testifying in court. Amoral Alphonse Hoyt (Terrence Howard) also […]

3-15 Kam’s Kapsules

OPENING THIS WEEK Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun by Kam Williams For movies opening March 15, 2013 BIG BUDGET FILMS The Call (R for violence, profanity and disturbing content) Crime thriller about a veteran 911 operator (Halle Berry) who gets a shot at redemption when she’s forced to confront a […]

Buff Bouncer Falls for Blemished Beauty in Body and Soul Saga

Kam Williams reviews De Rouille et D’os “Rust and Bone”. Alain (Matthias Schoenaerts) is a homeless street hustler barely eking out a living in his native Belgium when he is suddenly handed custody of a 5 year-old son, Sam (Armand Verdure). Overwhelmed by the unanticipated extra responsibility, the single-dad moves to Antibes in the South of […]

Civil War Mockumentary Spoofs Ken Burns Production

Kam Williams reviews Ken Burns The Battle of Pussy Willow Creek. Over the years, Ken Burns has shot numerous historical documentaries covering such slices of Americana as Baseball as The Civil War. The latter is the subject of satire in this irreverent mockumentary mimicking the tone of the Emmy Award-winning director’s typical production. The plot revolves […]

Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)

Kam Williams reviews how a farm boy rises to the occasion in this breathtaking adaptation of a beloved fairytale. When Jack (Nicholas Hoult) was a little boy, his imagination was whetted by a bedtime story about a mythical war waged ages ago against a fearsome race of giants that had descended from the sky. Before […]

Establishing Rapport with “The Girl Next-Door”

 Haley Strode’s the “Wendell & Vinnie” Interview with Kam Williams Haley Strode has proven her skills on both screen and stage, effortlessly executing dramatic and comedic roles for which she has received significant praise. With charm, sharp intelligence and a vibrant personality, Haley is a multitalented actress who has showcased her talent across the board. […]