The Women’s Balcony

Film Review by Kam Williams   Women Resist Replacement Rabbi’s Repressive Rules in Delightful Tale of Female Empowerment A bar mitvah is in full swing at an Orthodox temple in Jerusalem when the balcony designated for women worshipers suddenly gives way. Once the dust settles, the attendees discover to their horror that the collapse has …

Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

Film Review by Kam Williams   Justice Denied Documentary Chronicles Racist Targeting of Chinese-American Bank Asian-Americans are often referred to as the “model minority” because of their success in the U.S. despite the existence of discrimination which has crippled other ethnic groups. However, the label has also led many a racist to misread Asian modesty …

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Film Review by Kam Williams   Anything Goes in Guy Ritchie’s Fanciful Reimagining of Classic Medieval Fable Do you remember what happened to the Sherlock Holmes franchise in Guy Ritchie’s hands? The low-key, cerbral sleuth who solved mysteries with his intellect suddenly morphed into a flamboyant, two-fisted superhero as …

Snatched (Film Review)

Snatched Film Review by Kam Williams Schumer and Hawn Share Vacation from Hell in Hilarious Farce Emily Middleton (Amy Schumer) is just having one of those days. First, she’s fired from her sales job in a boutique for irresponsibly ignoring customers in order to try on outfits for herself. Second, her boyfriend (Randall Park) callously …