Inside Review- A Film that Has a Story that Defies Odds

There have been a lot of movies that have odd or weird premises. Some of them are horror films, others are not. Inside isn’t one of those but it’s also not exactly a straightforward film either. It’s a movie that will test the viewer’s patience but in the end, it will be worthwhile for thoseContinue reading “Inside Review- A Film that Has a Story that Defies Odds”

Armageddon Time Review

James Gray isn’t the first or the last, in fact, Steven Spielberg has a story of his upbringing coming out in a couple of weeks called The Fablemans, a director who has decided to tell his semi-autobiographical story of his youth. And what it was like growing up in a Jewish family. In the 70sContinue reading “Armageddon Time Review”

Tar Review

Musical biopics are one of my favorite genres of film. They are able to show a side of musicians that most people don’t know about. Sometimes the not-so-good things in their lives come out in these films. Tar is a new film about a famous composer that feels like a biopic, but it’s not. It’sContinue reading “Tar Review”

The Silent Twins Review

There has been a wide range of films about crime or criminals. Most are straightforward types of stories such as gangster films or films where the characters are just going down the wrong path. Or calculated criminals like bank robbers and or car thieves. The Silent Twins, based on a true story depicted in theContinue reading “The Silent Twins Review”

Vengeance Review

B.J. Novak might be a name not many people are familiar with, but he’s actually been around in the business of acting and directing for a while now. He’s most famous for his role in the NBC sitcom The Office from 2005-2013, where he played Ryan Howard, but he also had a small role in the QuentinContinue reading “Vengeance Review”

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris Review

Every once in a while, a film comes out of nowhere that is a pleasant surprise or an absolute delight. Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris is one of those films. This film wasn’t even on my radar until a few months ago when I saw the trailer, but since then, I have anticipated seeing it. This filmContinue reading “Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris Review”

My Top 10 Films of 2022 Halfway Through the Year

Honorable Mentions are as Follows X, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Julia, Hustle, The Sea Beast, Survivor, Top Gun: Maverick, Turning Red, 10: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent This film leans in on the nostalgia of Nicolas Cage and his entire persona. He is very self-deprecating regarding making fun of himself and that persona heContinue reading “My Top 10 Films of 2022 Halfway Through the Year”

The Northman Review

Robert Eggers is a filmmaker that has come onto the scene with The Witch in 2015. His horror film is set in the 1700s in colonial America. It caused quite the stir in the film community. Then he broke out with his sophomore outing at the Cannes Film Festival in 2019 with The Lighthouse, a black and whiteContinue reading “The Northman Review”

Belfast Review

Belfast is a semi-autobiographical film based on the director, Kenneth Branagh’s life growing up in Belfast, Northern Ireland during the 1960s. Many wars were started over religion, and this one was no different than the others. England was ruled by the church of England which is Protestant. They control the south of Ireland while North IrelandContinue reading “Belfast 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”