Category: Review

  • Snake Eyes

    Snake Eyes

    Snake Eyes – A fresh coat of paint does wonders for this reboot entry into the G.I. Joe universe. Snake Eyes is entertaining and presents an interesting opportunity to the classic franchise.

  • It Comes At Night

    It Comes At Night

    It Comes at Night – one of the more misunderstood A24 movies, It Comes at Night is a slow burn horror drama that will leave you speechless.

  • Space Jam : A New Legacy

    Space Jam : A New Legacy

    Space Jam : A New Legacy – Or Product Placement : The Movie, you decide. This is one of those all too frequent sequels that didn’t need to be made. It is an absolute chore to watch.

  • Forrest Gump

    Forrest Gump

    Forrest Gump – as funny as it is entertaining, this award winning and heartwarming classic is a must watch for all generations.

  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War – On the surface, The Tomorrow War seemed to me that it would be another “Groundhog Day” type sci-fi movie, a la Live, Die, Repeat (Edge of Tomorrow). However, there’s enough of a difference here that it isn’t completely overshadowed by similar movies and I think that there are a few key…

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    Black Widow – The latest Marvel movie after a small, teensy pandemic flavored break nearly destroyed the theatrical release system and the whole world along with it. But now, after many long months, Marvel is back like it never left. Huge set pieces, mediocre music, impressive visuals and enough Easter eggs to create hundreds of…

  • Molly’s Game

    Molly’s Game

    Molly’s Game – Based on a true story, this real life thriller will keep you guessing. With a stunning cast and excellent directing, Molly’s Game is an entertaining movie about the shadowy world of underground gambling.

  • No Sudden Move

    No Sudden Move

    No Sudden Move – From Steven Soderbergh, a generational talent, comes No Sudden Move. A thrilling crime caper that takes a hard left turn into the complicated and storied history of Detroit.

  • Road to Perdition

    Road to Perdition

    Road to Perdition – this underrated gem of the gangster genre fills the screen with impressive and intentional visuals that don’t overshadow the sparse, but necessary dialogue.

  • The Karate Kid

    The Karate Kid

    The Karate Kid – a fun flashback to the 80s with a semi unique and compelling story brought to life by veteran and rookie actors of the day. The Karate Kid has stood the test of time and remains part of the social lexicon.