‘Making A Murderer Part 2’ Is Full Of Riveting Family Drama But Light On Answers [Review]

If you watch “Making a Murderer” looking for answers, you should know by now that you’ve come to the wrong place. The first season of Netflix’s cultural phenomenon was, on the surface, all about answers. Or the lack thereof. Or the search for them. But, over the course of the 10 episodes, which premiered in 2015,Continue reading “‘Making A Murderer Part 2’ Is Full Of Riveting Family Drama But Light On Answers [Review]”

Charles Ferguson’s Timely ‘Watergate’ Doc Is Routine But Vital [NYFF Review]

It’s been a hell of a week. A divided, partisan country ripped at the seams and what was once a split has become an unnavigable chasm. The protracted and ugly Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh turned into a culture war — left vs. right, men vs. women — when a courageous woman cameContinue reading “Charles Ferguson’s Timely ‘Watergate’ Doc Is Routine But Vital [NYFF Review]”