I Feel Pretty | Movie Review

I Feel Pretty is a film made to hopefully evoke confidence in women. It is squarely aimed at younger women but still appeals to women of all ages. It’s not a movie made for me, a 30-something male, but there’s enough there to make it entertaining for almost anyone watching, even if they aren’t the target audience. Let’s take a deeper look at our I Feel Pretty review. Films featuring women going wild have become very

Returning to the Payload | Overwatch League: Stage 3, Week 1

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Calling all Heroes! It's that time again - the payload is moving, the objective is active, and the fans have gathered once again for an intense stage of the Overwatch League! At the end of Stage 2, both the Blizzard arena and Twitch exploded with excitement as New York Excelsior took their victory in the playoffs against the Philadelphia Fusion. Now, we enter Stage 3 with a bubbling mixture of anticipation and enthusiasm to see

Skin It To Win It | Monster Hunter: World Review

“Choose your target, track it down. Quickly, now, pick up the pace. Bash it, slash it, break its crown. And wear the pieces on your face.”   That, my friends, is the Monster Hunter series in a nutshell. The general flow of the franchise consists of racing the clock to track down a vicious beast and engage in a long, exciting battle. Victory rewards you with items, typically broken or skinned off your prey, to fashion new

Rampage | Movie Review

Video game films have a long tradition of being terrible. The best video game movies generally tend to not even focus on a specific game, like Wreck-It Ralph or Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. It’s very clear that Hollywood does not understand the audience, despite moderate hits like the recent release of Tomb Raider. So when it was time to review the new Rampage movie, based on the classic Midway arcade game of the same

Ubisoft Giveth and Ubisoft Taketh Away | A Review of Far Cry 5

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Ubisoft Giveth and Ubisoft Taketh Away: A Review of Far Cry 5 I have a love-hate relationship with the Far Cry series.  I didn’t much care for the first one; I skipped the second one; I actually really enjoyed the frat bro to Rambo story of the third one; I enjoyed 75 percent of the fourth one, until I realized I was pretty much playing the same game with a slightly better antagonist; I skipped the

A Quiet Place | Movie Review

John Krasinski was born in Newton, Massachusetts on October 20th, 1979. He began acting in elementary school and continued until graduating from high school. From there he taught English as a foreign language in Costa Rica for a short time and then enrolled at Brown University. After graduating in 2001 as a playwright, he decided to pursue acting in New York City. He landed some small roles in commercials and TV shows but it was

Ready Player One | Movie Review

Since I can remember, I’ve always been fascinated with art and pop culture. The first video game I ever played was Super Mario World, the first film that enthralled me was Back to the Future, and the first TV show that I absolutely loved was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  Growing up I tended to branch off into many different avenues of toys, comics, and films but those three properties have always stuck with me. The

Isle of Dogs | Movie Review

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If you’re a fan of Wes Anderson films, you will be a fan of Isle of Dogs. Wes Anderson movies have a special kind of feel to them that many will tell you, creates a genre of their own. Many Wes Anderson films feel part comedy, part drama, part historical parody, and Isle of Dogs follows all of those trends with a charming and witty film about a boy and his dogs. Let’s take a

Unsane | Movie Review

When you get a pebble in your shoe, it can be anything from a minor annoyance to a severe distraction which keeps you from being able to concentrate on anything else. Unsane put a fist-sized rock in my shoe, and it took away from what might have been a much better movie. Keep in mind that I have sat through two different 50 Shades movies when I say that I nearly walked out of this

Pacific Rim Uprising | Movie Review

The first Pacific Rim wasn’t a masterpiece in storytelling. It didn’t have the deepest plot, or characters with deeply thought-provoking arcs. What it did have was giant mechs fighting giant monsters. It had enough heart to make you care about both the mechs (known as Jaegers) and the humans inside them, and the stakes were high enough that there was tension in every fight scene. None of that has been carried over to the sequel, which

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