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 […]

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 […]

Thoroughbreds – Film Review

Posted by on Mar 23, 2018 in Film Reviews, Focus Features | No Comments
Thoroughbreds – Film Review

Character studies are always great ways for an actor to showcase their range and ability to have the focus of the picture without being vain. This film highlights the wonderfully talented duo of Olivia Cooke and Ana Taylor-Joy, in this dark comedy indie. The story is about the relationship between this two girls who are […]

Darkest Hour (2017) – Film Review

Posted by on Dec 29, 2017 in Film Reviews, Focus Features | No Comments
Darkest Hour (2017) – Film Review

There is always an Oscar bait film that is focused on depicting a historical figure in a certain light to make an awards campaign for an instant Oscar — but there are films like these that Gary Oldman goes beyond the checklist to create a performance that is memorable and impactful in making his performance […]

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 […]

Kubo and the Two Strings – Film Review

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Film Reviews, Focus Features, Laika | No Comments
Kubo and the Two Strings – Film Review

Laika created a film with such heart and passion that I haven’t seen in awhile. The animation is phenomenal across the board. I couldn’t believe this was all done in stop motion. I have such an appreciation for the artistry that was done to produce this film. The character designs and the artistic choices are […]