THE COURIER | How a Salesman Saved the World

Not many appreciate just how close we came to nuclear war in the early 1960s.  Astonishingly, some experts estimate the probability of us being...

WandaVision Review | A Hodgepodge of Excellence

There are a lot of movies and television shows that, for one reason or another, cause the viewers to pause and ask themselves, “What...

The Father Review | The Horrors of Dementia

As people age we deal with a variety of diseases, and one of the most debilitating diseases is dementia. While there have been a...

‘Coming 2 America’ Review | A Dated Sequel

Eddie Murphy is experiencing something of a renaissance. Dolemite Is My Name was a critical success, which he followed up with his first Saturday...

One Night in Miami | An Unapologetic Ideological Brawl about Black Success in America

One Night in Miami is a unique viewing experience, to be sure. The writing, acting, and set design are all executed to the highest quality.

‘Soul’ Review | A Catchy But Unremarkable Tune

Pixar has an incredible track record when it comes to animated films. It’s difficult to say which Pixar film is the best because so...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Review | Divine Disappointment

There isn’t much praise that can be given to Wonder Woman 1984. There will be some diehard fans that look beyond all of the faults in the film and just enjoy Diana Prince doing Wonder Woman things. It’s a very positive film, so it has that going for it, but otherwise this is easily one of the worst films in the DCEU roster.

Fatman | Ho-Ho hum

Fatman is a washed-up Santa Claus hunted down by a hitman after slighting a 12-year-old boy, but the movie doesn't live up to its premise.

Mulan | A Beautiful Letdown

Mulan is a visual masterpiece, but sadly there is not enough narrative substance to justify this version’s more serious tone.
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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm | Lost & Found in Translation

Sacha Baron Cohen provides cringeworthy humor in a very relevant setting in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, with bittersweet moments of fatherhood and the lunacy of nationalism.