The Irishman Review | A Career Highlight For All Involved

Mob movies have been around for a long time. Mobsters are the perfect villains for audiences to love and hate. ...

Dark Waters Review | A Chilling Story of Corporate Evil

Don’t let the title fool you.  The subject matter may be terrifying, but this is not a horror film.   Based on the...

Knives Out Review | A Very Sharp Whodunit

Born on December 17th, 1973, director Rian Johnson has had a very positive filmmaking career. He began that journey at the USC School...

Ford v Ferrari Review | Great Acting, Poor Pacing

Films about racing don’t come along very often, but when they do, they make a big splash. From Days of Thunder to...

Frozen 2 Review | The Icy Magic Has Melted

I will admit, I went into Frozen 2 with high expectations. The first film was a dazzling masterpiece with powerhouse songs and...

Last Christmas Review | Henry Golding Brings The Charm

Every year, during the holiday season, we are inundated with movies and TV specials that extol the virtues of humanity and teach...

Midway Review | Spectacle vs. Story

Since I can remember, Director Roland Emmerich has always been associated with larger-than-life blockbusters that focus on spectacle over story and characters....

The Sisters Brothers | Movie Review

There is something very satisfying about a good western.  If done right it can strip away all...

Terminator: Dark Fate Review | The Sequel We’ve Been Waiting For

It's been nearly 30 years since Terminator: Judgement Day, an iconic piece of film history that has set the bar so high...

It Chapter Two | Fun Scares And Closure Make For A Satisfying Conclusion

I consider It Chapter Two one of the best Stephen King adaptations so far and I don’t base that on how scary the movie is. I base it on how well the story was executed.
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