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Stuber Review: While it Might not be a Five Star Comedy, this Film still Arrives with a Lot of Laughs

Let’s be honest with each other for a second. The 2010’s have not been the kindest to the comedy genre. While you may get your occasional Bridesmaids, 21 Jump Street, or even this years Booksmart, most comedies are usually viewed now a days as a quick cash in from studios in order to make an easy buck. Often looking…… Continue reading Stuber Review: While it Might not be a Five Star Comedy, this Film still Arrives with a Lot of Laughs

Action · Comedy · Reviews · Sci-Fi · Theatrical

Men in Black: International Review: You’ll Feel like you’ve been Neuralyzed after Watching this Film

Back in the late 90’s when blockbuster films had transformed into tired and bland disaster movies, Barry Sonnenfeld pumped new life into the summer movie season with the Sci-Fi comedy Men In Black. Not only was the film super creative and incredibly funny, but it was held together by great chemistry from Tommy Lee Jones and Will…… Continue reading Men in Black: International Review: You’ll Feel like you’ve been Neuralyzed after Watching this Film

Family/Kids · Fantasy · Reviews · Theatrical

Aladdin Review: Disney Gives us a Bland Retread to this Wholly Familiar World

Ask any Disney fan and they will most likely tell you that the late eighties to mid nineties was perhaps the strongest time in the studio’s animation department. Considering that they were still reeling from Walt Disney’s death, the studio was taking longer amounts of time for their movies to come out. But after the…… Continue reading Aladdin Review: Disney Gives us a Bland Retread to this Wholly Familiar World

Comedy · Kids · Reviews · Sci-Fi · Theatrical

Pokemon Detective Pikachu Review: This Family Film Surely Evolves the State of the Video Game Movie

In our odd and confusing planet that we call earth, there are a few guarantees that we can always expect. The sun will always rise in the morning, the national news will have something to complain about, and video game movies will always suck. Ever since 1993 when the makers of Super Mario Bros thought putting the…… Continue reading Pokemon Detective Pikachu Review: This Family Film Surely Evolves the State of the Video Game Movie

Action · Reviews · Sci-Fi · Theatrical

Avengers: Endgame Review: The Avengers go to Infinity and Beyond in this Climactic Conclusion

Back in 2008, nobody knew the gargantuan franchise that Iron Man was going to kick off. All we thought we were hoping to get with that film was hopefully an above average comic book film that feature one Marvel’s B-list super heroes. But instead, not only did we get an amazing movie, but we also got a…… Continue reading Avengers: Endgame Review: The Avengers go to Infinity and Beyond in this Climactic Conclusion

Action · Fantasy · Reviews · Sci-Fi · Theatrical

Captain Marvel Review: Marvel’s first Female Super Hero Doesn’t Quite Transform the MCU the way One would Hope

It’s a bit strange to think that after eleven years and twenty films into the MCU, we still haven’t seen a female lead superhero movie. After years of begging for a Black Widow movie, getting films where a talking raccoon and a giant tree monster are two of the main characters, watching as the DCEU…… Continue reading Captain Marvel Review: Marvel’s first Female Super Hero Doesn’t Quite Transform the MCU the way One would Hope

Fantasy · Kids · Reviews · Theatrical

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: This Emotional Conclusion Burns with Success

I have a very love hate relationship with DreamWorks animation. Unlike Disney who very much have a lavish and more timeless formula to their animated movies, Dreamworks definitely has a more modern approach and goes for a more edgy and modern type of story telling. While this has worked out well with movies such as Megamind,…… Continue reading How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: This Emotional Conclusion Burns with Success

Drama · Reviews · Sports · Theatrical

Creed II Review: The Latest Chapter in this Boxing Franchise is a Knock Out

There have been few cinematic franchises that have taken over the American pop culture lexicon quite like the Rocky franchise. Starting out with the original in 1976, Rocky was a true underdog story that was losely based off of the life of real world boxer Chuck Wepner. With the films simple story, great characters, and the birth of the…… Continue reading Creed II Review: The Latest Chapter in this Boxing Franchise is a Knock Out

Horror · Reviews · Theatrical · Thriller

Halloween Review: After Forty Years, Michael Myers Slashes his way back into Theatres

Before John Carpenter’s Halloween, the concept of an unstoppable human force being the main antagonist of a horror film was not very common. Horror was much more supernatural and involved more psychological elements in order to drive fear out of the audience. Then in 1978, horror fans were introduced to the town of Haddonfield Illinois, a Midwestern…… Continue reading Halloween Review: After Forty Years, Michael Myers Slashes his way back into Theatres

Drama · Reviews · Theatrical

Bohemian Rhapsody Review: Rami Malek Proves that he is the Champion in this Night at the Opera

Making a biopic about a musician can often be a tricky subject. While they can sometimes lead to interesting stories if they go deep into the performers personal life, they often times be boring if they just focus on the impact of the music. Films such as Notorious and Get on Up are fine movies, but they don’t really…… Continue reading Bohemian Rhapsody Review: Rami Malek Proves that he is the Champion in this Night at the Opera