Movie reviewer Bob Hammerle has high praise for Ford v. Ferrari and Knives Out, but he says The Irishman is unsurprising. And for trial lawyers, Hammerle says Dark Waters is a must-see.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle says “Parasite” is a frontrunner for best foreign film, “Midway” lacks the luster of its predecessors, and “Terminator: Dark Fate” is an entertaining thriller too few people are seeing.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle finds big rewards in two lesser-known films — “Brittany Runs a Marathon” and “Official Secrets.”
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle has praise for two very different films that each tug on the heartstrings.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle isn’t afraid to praise “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” and say trust him — “Sword of Trust” is worth seeking out at the theater.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle says Quentin Tarrantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a retro revelation and among the best buddy films in decades, while Disney’s “The Lion King” revival does not live up to the original.
Movie reviewer Bob Hammerle is again ensnared in “Spider-Man’s” web, but those big-screen thrills are no match for the real-life majesty of Iceland.
Given the quote of Andy Mallon in the May 29-June 11, 2019, Indiana Lawyer addressing the contamination that has soaked the property of the proposed Marion County courthouse/jail project, a response is required.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle says “Late Night” has Oscar potential, “Dark Phoenix” is tiresome, and “The Dead Don’t Die” is entertaining, if underplayed.
For a devilish mockumentary, movie reviewer Robert Hammerle suggests “Hail Satan?” And as a cinematic shooting gallery but little more, “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum” hits the target.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle says there was not much to see in the days before the latest Marvel superhero flick dominated the box office universe.