So, with hundreds of superhero offerings already available, is Shazam! (not to be mistaken with the horrible 1996 genie movie starring Shaquille O’Neal, Kazaam) worth the time?
The Kid Who Would Be King is definitely a movie to take kids to. It is not only entertaining, but it has a reflective message of hope to a lot of the negativity and turmoil going on in the world right now.
Clocking in at over two and a half hours, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a slow burn that entertains throughout. The payoff isn’t as rewarding as some of Tarantino’s previous films, but the whole movie is an experience that only Tarantino can deliver.
The Irishman is an outstanding film that should garner awards contention. On top of its direction, screenwriting, and editing, the music is outstanding and the acting is incredibly strong.
Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is a terrific movie with interesting characters. Ewan McGregor and Chris Messina are remarkable. Margot Robbie is fantastic. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Rosie Perez give excellent performances.
I had the privilege of attending the June 10 stop on Weird Al’s Strings Attached Tour at the venerable Hard Rock Live venue in Orlando, Florida.
Avengers: Endgame is the perfect ending to over a decade of the most ambitious storytelling and well thought out universe that is the MCU.
Almost everything about Booksmart is phenomenal, and whether you liken it to a John Hughes film or one of Seth Rogen’s early works, it’s a coming of age, high school R-rated comedy that will have you rolling in your seat for the entire hour and 42 minute run time.
Roma is a love letter to Mexico, warts and all. It's in black and white, but the sights and sounds are so vibrant and electric that it colors your emotions.
The legend of the band Queen is one that can never be understated. Whether you were around...