The Meg – Film Review

The Meg – Film Review

Shark films have pretty low standards when it comes today in film. There are several ‘Sharknado’ films on SyFy these days that are just beyond ridiculous that make Jaws look like cinema gold (which it is) but the point is that shark films should have higher standards. The appeal of this film is to make […]

Crazy Rich Asians – Film Review

Crazy Rich Asians – Film Review

For a film to be groundbreaking it has to not only be unapologetic for what it stands for but to also be built upon a foundation of being a solid entertaining movie. ‘Crazy Rich Asian’s’ is both a great showcase for representation for an underserved audience with it being the first cast of majority Asian […]

BlacKkKlansman – Film Review

Posted by on Aug 12, 2018 in Film Reviews, Focus Features | No Comments
BlacKkKlansman – Film Review

The performances by John David Washington, Adam Driver and Topher Grace are the definite highlights of the film. This true story based of Ron Stallworth’s life as a detective for the Colorado Springs Police Department and influtrating the Ku Klux Klan in 1978 is an important story. This story is quite timely with its release […]

Eighth Grade – Film Review

Posted by on Aug 10, 2018 in A24, Film Reviews | No Comments
Eighth Grade – Film Review

A24 has such a great eye for talent, especially in telling strong authentic stories from new filmmakers. This film which was directed and written by YouTuber Bo Burnham, tells the story about a girl named Kayla who is about to graduate the 8th grade and struggling to find her self confidence. I found the film […]

Christopher Robin – Film Review

Christopher Robin – Film Review

Christopher Robin is a film mainly about learning to balance your life out with not only making time for the ones you love, but being responsible to your professional life within reason. Life can move by quickly and sometimes people lose sense of themselves. Finding your inner child is the true meaning of the film. […]

Three Identical Strangers – Film Review

Posted by on Aug 3, 2018 in CNN Films, Film Reviews, NEON | No Comments
Three Identical Strangers – Film Review

This documentary tells the story of three brothers who found themselves years later in the late teens as identical triplets. Though that story in of itself would be considered a great final act in a film, it is only the beginning of a bigger picture to this great story. The story behind why they got […]

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 […]

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