Good Night Oppy Review

Nasa has had a long and storied history of breaking ground and barriers regarding space exploration. The Apollo series of missions were groundbreaking considering where they ended up landing, the moon. The shuttle program was very good as well despite a couple of setbacks. There is one glaring omission in all the places we andContinue reading “Good Night Oppy Review”

My Best Friend’s Exorcism Review

Halloween season has started and some interesting films have come out from other studios and streaming services. This time out it’s Amazon’s turn to add their entry into this season of spooky and scary movies. My Best Friend’s Exorcism is another film in the teen horror genre but it’s also a period piece set inContinue reading “My Best Friend’s Exorcism Review”

The Lord of the Rings-The Rings of Power Review

The Lord of the Rings was a book by J.R.R. Tolkien adapted into three films in the early 2000s by Peter Jackson, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King. These three films garnered critical acclaim, winning many Academy Awards, and fan success making quite a bit of moneyContinue reading “The Lord of the Rings-The Rings of Power Review”

Samaritan Review

These days superhero movies and television shows are plentiful. Marvel/Disney is putting out around seven  MCU projects per year now. Warner Brothers, though in flux, is still cranking out the DCEU films, and animated films. And all the streaming services are doing their fair share of superhero projects as well. That includes Amazon Prime. TheyContinue reading “Samaritan Review”

Paper Girls Review

The comic book genre has come a long way since the dark and brooding Batman films of Tim Burton and the statuesque Christopher Reeve in Superman and its sequels, notably the second one by Richard Donner. Sure, the occasional Barb Wire, The Crow, the Blade trilogy, or The Walking Dead has come along, but most comic book movies or tv shows have been about superheroes.Continue reading “Paper Girls Review”

The Boys Season 3 Review

The Boys is based on a comic book series of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. It is a show where superheroes are depicted as not so much heroes as supers. The mainstream media believes them to be holier than thou. They even have approval ratings and so forth. The main group ofContinue reading “The Boys Season 3 Review”

Master Review

Regina Hall has been an actress who has been under the radar for years now. Her performances in Girls Trip and Think Like a Man have garnered her acclaim, but Support the Girls showed she had more than just comedic chops. She could be an African-American leading lady in Hollywood, which isn’t that receptive to the prospect. In Master, Hall plays aContinue reading “Master Review”

The Underground Railroad Review

Barry Jenkins has made quite a name for himself since his film Moonlight won the Academy Award for Best Picture back in 2016. It was definitely a memorable win for him and his beautiful movie. Since then he chose to do a project that reflects the African-American experience, If Beale Street Could Talk, based on the work ofContinue reading “The Underground Railroad Review”

Coming 2 America Review

Coming 2 America is the sequel to the widely popular and critical success from 1988 from director John Landis. Making sequels many years after the original, 33 years later, in this case, has become a thing lately. The question is can a sequel come out many years after the original and capture the originality, fanfare, andContinue reading “Coming 2 America Review”

I’m Your Woman Review

Julia Hart has directed a few movies before I’m Your Woman. Her previous work Fast Color, Mrs. Stevens, and Star Girl all focus on the teen experience in some form or other. These films are very different than her new film. Hart tends to write and direct projects about younger females, and this is about a woman and her baby.Continue reading “I’m Your Woman Review”