Sorry to Bother You – Film Review

Posted by on Jul 14, 2018 in Annapurna Pictures, Film Reviews | No Comments
Sorry to Bother You –  Film Review

Boots Riley’s directorial debut at Sundance certainly made noise to the film festival circuits. The trailer seemed very energetic and electric. Going in the film I expected one thing and ended up with both what I wanted and something more. This film is very gutsy and bold that I would compare it to ‘Swiss Army […]

Skyscraper (2018) – Film Review

Skyscraper (2018) – Film Review

Dwayne Johnson’s projects that he has done lately alway know how to make him work as the focal point of the story. The films always let him show of his charisma and charm to where you are enjoying the film you’re watching. With this entry into his filmography he does become more vulnerable this time […]

Sicario: Day of the Soldado – Film Review

Sicario: Day of the Soldado – Film Review

Sicario was a film that I thought was well done by Denis Villeneuve. It wasn’t one of my favorites but I enjoyed what the ride was in the first film. I was surprised that they went through with making a sequel. This film does feel like a stand alone sequel which I did appreciate but […]

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Film Review

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Film Review

‘Mister Rogers Neighborhood’ is a staple when it comes to Children’s television. His show along with many others that I watched as a child are apart of me when I was young. I do remember his theme song and the puppets with the trolley used in the show, but it has been awhile since I’ve […]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Film Review

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Film Review

For Jurassic Park, this franchise has had its problems with developing a great sequel after the first one in 1993. ‘Jurassic World’ was a great reimagination of what the vision was by John Hammond in that first movie come to life. The magic was definitely there with the wonder of a real life Theme Park […]

Incredibles 2 – Film Review

Incredibles 2 – Film Review

This film took 14 years to be released, which is insane. The one franchise that Pixar has been asked for the most to have a sequel for (Besides what happens after the end of ‘Monsters, Inc.’) is another Incredibles entry. Though Brad Bird wanted to do other stories than just stick to one property which […]

The Incredibles – Film Review

The Incredibles – Film Review

‘The Incredibles’ has become one Pixar’s classic films since it came out in 2004. Over the years this is the film that most people have been clambering for a sequel. Director Brad Bird wanted to leave the film alone and move on to other live action adventures with ‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’ and ‘Tomorrowland.’ This […]

Ocean’s 8 – Film Review

Ocean’s 8 – Film Review

Creating an independent spin-off film of a franchise that has doesn’t have a large appeal is hard to pull off. The Ocean’s franchise ended in 2007 with “Ocean’s Thirteen” with George Clooney and Matt Damon as the lead stars of the ensemble franchise. This new branch of Ocean’s has Sandra Bullock as Danny Ocean’s (Clooney) […]

Upgrade (2018) – Film Review

Upgrade (2018) – Film Review

The star of this film is definitely Logan Marshall-Green who really shines. Though he is many times thought of as a duplicate of Tom Hardy, he shows his range in this film to bring himself to the forefront of being an action star. I haven’t seen enough of a good sample size of his acting […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story – Film Review

Solo: A Star Wars Story – Film Review

To put it lightly this film has had a bit of turbulence over the course of its production. Though that there has been a lot of effort into making sure this film is completed by its release date it does feel like a finished film. Ron Howard did a hell of a job putting together […]

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