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Hammerle On … 'Grandma,''Black Mass'

October 7, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes that "Black Mass" demonstrates the downside of our national character.

Hammerle On... 'A Walk in the Woods', 'Meru', 'Jimmy's Hall'

September 23, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes of "A Walk in the Woods": "Despite negative reviews, this film should be seen by everyone over 50 or anyone wondering what it will be like at that age."

Hammerle On... 'Best of Enemies', 'The End of the Tour'

September 9, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes in regard to "The End of the Tour": "This film does a disservice to both Mr. Wallace and the audience. How could brilliance be displayed in such a dull fashion?"

Hammerle On... 'Straight Outta Compton', 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.'

August 26, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes in regard to "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.": "Be prepared to say, 'I really enjoyed it, although I can't say I liked it.'"

Hammerle On... 'Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation', 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'

August 12, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes in regard to "The Stanford Prison Experiment": "If the re-creation of an event is destructive, think what the actual event is like."

Hammerle On…'Mr. Holmes', 'Testament of Youth'

July 29, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes that "Mr. Holmes" is a tiny film that will remind many of you why guys like him love the cinema.

Hammerle On…'Mad Max: Fury Road,' 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'

July 15, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes that he's curious as to why "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" won both major awards at last year's Sundance Film Festival.

Hammerle on ...'Jurassic World,' 'Inside Out'

July 1, 2015
Bob Hammerle writes that "Jurassic World" poses a small, interesting questions for the obvious sequel. What if the U.S. could release Velociraptors of enemies like ISIS?

Hammerle On…'Spy,' 'The Connection'

June 17, 2015
Robert Hammerle writes about "Spy" that international spies have not been this frenetic and madcap since Peter Sellers died.

Hammerle on ... the value of books

May 20, 2015
Bob Hammerle takes a break from reviewing movies to offer his thoughts on a book that involves Hollywood directors serving in World War II.
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