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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Pacific Rim Uprising – Film Review

Pacific Rim Uprising – Film Review

When Pacific Rim came out in 2013, the film was not a commercial success in the United States but became profitable in the Asian market due to the inclusion of Asian actors and the subject of Kaiju and robots fighting. The first film — I will review later on — was definitely an enjoyable feature […]

I, Tonya – Film Review

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I, Tonya – Film Review

The infamous incident between Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan during the 1994 Olympics was a hot topic of conversation in the media where people vilified Tonya and made her a punch line. This film which is a black dark comedy is a jab back at that sentiment which showcases in a fourth wall breaking mockumentary […]

Get Out – Film Review

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Get Out – Film Review

The social relevance of this film is quite poignant with its topical discussions of how white and black people interact. With all the negative things happening in this world, people being killed unnecessarily and violently with no reason. This mystery thriller really helps us shape our conversations between the two races. The ways we interact […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Mummy (2017) – Film Review

The Mummy (2017) – Film Review

Cinematic Universes are all the rage today. With each of the major studios they are heavily invested in building an interconnected string of films in one universe to be just like Marvel Studios. Creating the cart before the horse is the problem studios are having. They aren’t willing to let things build over time than […]

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