The Favourite – Film Review

The Favourite  – Film Review

As a fan of ‘The Lobster’ I was curious what Yorgos Lanthimos would do with a period piece. Having Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz has two of the leads had me interested. Yargos is known for his eccentric films that have both a satirical quality that are both serious and intellectual. I appreciate what he […]

Bohemian Rhapsody – Film Review

Bohemian Rhapsody – Film Review

For musical biopics this film is a character study for the legend that is Freddie Mercury. Queen is an iconic band that its surviving members needed to have show that they were all intricate in the bands success and didn’t want to have a film just about the lead singer. Rami Malek really shines in […]

Bad Times at the El Royale – Film Review

Posted by on Dec 9, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
Bad Times at the El Royale – Film Review

Drew Goddard is well known for his work on “Cloverfield”, “Cabin in the Woods”, and “The Martian” as a screenwriter. This time he is the sole screenwriter and director. With this film he really tried to create his own Tarantino-esque film that had a bit of mystery and suspense to piece together the plot of […]

Deadpool 2 – Film Review

Deadpool 2 – Film Review

Sequels to comedies are hard. Sequels of movies that were groundbreaking phenomenons are even harder. Deadpool 2 has a lot to live up to in order to please the masses. What the film success in is that it builds off the first film with the relationship between Wade and Vanessa. Though they do something that […]

Isle of Dogs – Film Review

Isle of Dogs – Film Review

Stop motion animation is one of the last remaining art forms of animation that is still around. With 2D animation out the door due to the 3D modeling that has become so popular and demanded, it is great that films that still do this form of art are able to be made by such a […]

Red Sparrow – Film Review

Posted by on Mar 28, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
Red Sparrow – Film Review

Spy films have to be unique in the modern age of film when it comes to making a splash creatively. This film which is based off the book of the same name showcases a female spy into the mix of all the male based spy films. The basic premise is that Jennifer Lawrence’s character, Dominika, […]

Love, Simon – Film Review

Posted by on Mar 15, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
Love, Simon – Film Review

When it comes to representation, authenticity is a key ingredient in creating a stronger piece of film. This definitely shows with director Greg Berlanti, who is openly gay, being at the helm of this project. This never felt like a TV show or felt too small screen, this was a pure romantic comedy with an […]

The Death Cure – Film Review

Posted by on Feb 4, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
The Death Cure – Film Review

Young Adult Dystopian book-to-film adaptations have certainly faded into the sunset as of late. A lot of them started to blend together and lost their own unique identity in order to separate themselves to showcase why they were great book franchises to begin with. “Maze Runner – The Death Cure” is the closing chapter in […]

The Greatest Showman – Film Review

Posted by on Jan 31, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
The Greatest Showman – Film Review

Musicals are slowly coming back in this modern age. After the success of “La La Land” there are more and more films coming out that have either a musical element or are straight up musicals that audiences are flocking to see not only the film but to go to the “Sing-A-Longs” for a pure entertaining […]

The Post (2017) – Film Review

The Post (2017) – Film Review

When you hear that a film is starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and directed by Steven Spielberg you would think automatic success done deal — here is your Oscar right now moment right? Well almost. This film has an embarrassment of riches in talent including those previously mentioned with Sarah Paulson, Alison Brie, Carrie Coon, […]

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