Happy Death Day – Film Review

Happy Death Day – Film Review

Being new to Blumhouse films, I had only seen “Get Out” and didn’t know what to expect seeing the film. Though the trailer intrigued me enough to get a ticket, I hoped it would have that fun campy energetic feel of a slasher comedy — which it absolutely achieves. I am not one to seek […]

Blade Runner 2049 – Film Review

Blade Runner 2049 – Film Review

When it comes to 80’s Sci Fi classics, cinephiles will always have Blade Runner on their list of all time best films. Though the film was considered a cult favorite and gained improvement with the multiple versions leading to “The Final Cut” in 2007, Blade Runner has become known as a masterpiece. This film inspired […]

Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Film Review

Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews, MARV | No Comments
Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Film Review

It is always hard to top a first entry when it becomes a wild sensation. To replicate its success or even top it is a huge challenge. What Matthew Vaughn delivered with this entry was more of a serviceable sequel that doesn’t step on it’s predecessor but builds upon it. There is a lot of […]

mother! – Film Review

Posted by on Sep 16, 2017 in Film Reviews, Paramount Pictures | No Comments
mother! – Film Review

Darren Aronofsky as a filmmaker loves to get extremely creative with his films and to provide the audience with something to talk about when leaving the theater. With this film he really gets to dive into some great themes that I think don’t get addressed enough in popular culture. The performances by Jennifer Lawrence and […]

IT (2017) – Film Review

IT (2017) – Film Review

As far as Stephen King adaptations go from page to screen, “IT” feels like a great homage to what he brings to each of those novels — well developed characters inside a horror situation. This film is only half of the complete story and by focusing on just the kid’s portion of the story, the […]

Ingrid Goes West – Film Review

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017 in Film Reviews, NEON | No Comments
Ingrid Goes West – Film Review

With social media being so influential in our lives and how we interact with our friends and colleagues that this film doesn’t take a stance or whether or not that these are bad, but what is really real between humans? I really admired that they didn’t villainize Instagram and just kept it as a platform […]

Wind River – Film Review

Wind River – Film Review

Wind River is the third chapter in the “Frontier Trilogy” by Taylor Sheridan in which he focuses on the Native American Indian reservation named “Wind River” that has a crime committed in which the FBI Agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen) arrives and seeks the help of Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) to label this crime a […]

Brigsby Bear – Film Review

Brigsby Bear – Film Review

When it comes to independent films these days there are many out there that try to achieve a viewpoint whether it be political, social, or just artsy to the audience. This film truly has heart when it comes to the point it is trying to make. This is a story about a boy who was […]

Atomic Blonde – Film Review

Atomic Blonde – Film Review

The things this film gets right is definitely the tone of the 80’s and the style that highlights not only what 80’s action movies could have been but how to make a female character an action hero or anti-hero without gender being a factor in the plot. I really appreciated how they made Charlize Theron’s […]

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets – Film Review

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets – Film Review

What absolutely works with Valerian is it’s ability to ground the foundation of how Alpha originated to be and the visuals in creating the world’s and cultures of the aliens featured in the film. Luc Besson’s imagination to bring the visual language from the French graphic novel to the screen really shows his passion for […]

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