Category Movies

Uncut Gems review

Adam Sandler is back with a dramatic role, and it might be his best yet. Uncut Gems is directed by the Safdie Brothers. It stars Adam Sandler as a New York jeweler who is always in some sort of trouble,… Continue Reading →

Weekend Wrap Up (Bikram, Ready or Not, Nightingale, Little Monsters, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.)

I watched five things this past weekend and here are some quick thoughts on them.   Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator Netflix has the some of the best documentaries out there. Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator is directed by academy award winner… Continue Reading →

Zombieland: Double Tap quick review

Zombieland: Double Tap is a clever sequel that actually works. The first Zombieland was a great movie. It came out of virtually nowhere and captured the hearts of movie goers. It was funny, self-aware, violent, and just special. While the… Continue Reading →

Joker review

Fans of film can watch Joker and understand why people love comic book characters. The Joker is my favorite comic book villain of all time. I have toys, posters, most of his stand-alone comic stories and t-shirts. So, to say… Continue Reading →

Rob Zombie’s 3 From Hell review

15 years later, The Devil’s Rejects gets a sequel. First and foremost, I am a Rob Zombie movie apologist and of his seven movies I can find multiple positives in all of them. Zombie directs for a certain horror fan. When… Continue Reading →

Stuber review

Stuber is an over-the-top buddy cop comedy that has many plot holes but is laugh out loud funny. Stuber is the story of an LAPD detective, Vic Manning played by Dave Bautista, that is on the trail of his long-time… Continue Reading →

Yesterday review

Can you imagine a world without The Beatles? Danny Boyle shows us. Seeing the trailer for Yesterday last year instantly grabbed my attention. Being a huge Beatles fan, I was going to see this movie as soon as it came… Continue Reading →

The Beach Bum review

The Beach Bum is a movie where people will either love it or hate it, just like most of Harmony Korine’s movies. I fall into the hate category, unfortunately. Korine is a talented director with something to say. The closest… Continue Reading →

Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll, & Shopping. Rocketman Review.

Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll, & Shopping.

Glass Review

Before I start this review, I must talk about my like-hate relationship of M. Night Shyamalan. There is no doubt he started out super-hot. His first three movies are brilliant cinema then he took a nose dive. When he went… Continue Reading →

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