Danielle Solzman

Danielle Solzman writes for Solzy at the Movies, Cultured Vultures, Consequence of Sound, and The Young Folks. When not writing about film, Solzman can be found using her free time to work on writing feature film screenplays or discussing film and such on social media.

 

Articles by Danielle Solzman

 

THE POST — Review by Danielle Solzman

Steven Spielberg’s The Post makes for a timely offering by the way that the film displays just how important it is for America to have a free press. Spielberg’s journalistic thriller takes a screenplay written by Liz Hannah and Josh Singer and manages to turn it into a hard-hitting film that ought to make people think twice about what’s going on in America. Continue reading…

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FERDINAND — Review by Danielle Solzman

For the second time in a one-month period, an animated film touches upon Hispanic culture. In this instance, however, Ferdinand tells the story of a bull who doesn’t want to fight. Not only does he not want to fight, but the other bulls tease him for not wanting to take part in the traditional career. Ferdinand would rather be doing other things like playing with flowers. Continue reading…

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STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI — Review by Danielle Solzman

Star Wars: The Last Jedi may or may not be the best film in the franchise, but what writer-director Rian Johnson has accomplished in the eighth installment of the Skywalker family saga gives hope to the recent announcement of a planned trilogy to come. It goes without saying that one should enter a Star Wars film knowing as little as possible. There are those people who read everything they can about the films going in and those who decide to enter as blindly as possible. Aim for the latter because these new Star Wars films are a treat and Johnson doesn’t let us down. Continue reading…

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