Finch Review

Films about the end of the world and a post-apocalyptic planet are nothing new in Hollywood. This type of film has to deal with how people ruined the world and how they can move forward after said disaster or space anomaly has ravaged the planet. Finch is no different on that level than other films.  Finch WeinbaumContinue reading “Finch Review”

The Harder They Fall Review

The Best Western In Years I am a huge fan of westerns. Unforgiven is one of my favorite films of all time. Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, Sergio Leone, John Ford, and so many others have kept me entertained for years. When I heard of a Western with an entirely Black cast of both young and established actors,Continue reading “The Harder They Fall Review”

King Richard Review

One of the Best Sports Films Ever Sports biopics can be a straightforward story or they can be an inspiring story of people overcoming tremendous odds to be successful in whatever sport they are competing in. In the case of King Richard, it’s tennis. This film is probably one of the best biopics about athletes overcomingContinue reading “King Richard Review”

Last Night in Soho Review

Edgar Wright has dabbled in a bunch of different genres in his career from the comedy series known as The Cornetto Trilogy, starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (based on a popular manga of the same name), and the critically acclaimed and widely popular action thriller Baby Driver. Not all have been wellContinue reading “Last Night in Soho Review”

Eternals Review

Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and Disney have run the gamut of possible characters they could introduce as stand-alone films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the last two decades. I don’t think anybody thought the Eternals would get their own film though,  Let alone get directed by Chloe Zhao, the low-budget indie director of TheContinue reading “Eternals Review”

Dune Review

A Masterpiece of cinema by Denis Villeneuve By now everyone is probably familiar with the David Lynch version of Frank Herbert’s epic sci-fi novel Dune. By anybody’s standards, it’s not necessarily the best film Lynch has made or one of the best sci-fi films for that matter. Other than Star Wars and Aliens, most sci-fi films were kind ofContinue reading “Dune Review”

No Time To Die Review-The Perfect Conclusion to the Daniel Craig Era of Bond

It’s been a long time since the original release date for No Time To Die. It was supposed to come out around a year and a half ago, but then the pandemic shut down all theaters, so many films moved release dates. Some moved more than once. No Time To Die was one of those but finally landsContinue reading “No Time To Die Review-The Perfect Conclusion to the Daniel Craig Era of Bond”

a-ha The Movie Review

a-ha is a three-man band from Norway. They hit it big in the early 1980s with their first hit single “Take On Me”. “Take on Me” hit #1 in 5 countries on the music charts. They have had many albums since then, but nothing as big as Hunting High and Low, their one hit, if youContinue reading “a-ha The Movie Review”

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review

The Conjuring franchise is one of the best horror franchises in the history of movies on par with Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloween. The only difference is The Conjuring is based in reality where the others aren’t. It is grounded in a real-world setting. The main characters Ed and Lorraine Warren played respectively by Patrick Wison andContinue reading “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review”

Mare of Easttown Review

HBO has been killing it lately with their mini-series they’ve been putting out: Watchmen, The Undoing, The Outsider, and I Know This Much is True have all been terrific. The latest mini-series that is getting a lot of critical acclaim and viewer appreciation is Marre of Easttown. It was originally set in the fictionalized Easttown Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, butContinue reading “Mare of Easttown Review”