Devotion Review

There haven’t been a lot of films about the Korean War. Devotion is one of the few I can remember. Mash and Heartbreak Ridge are a couple that I can recall. The Korean War is known as the forgotten war because people remember the two world wars, the civil war, the revolutionary war, and theContinue reading “Devotion Review”

The Woman King Review

There have been a lot of historical epics over the years from the perspective of men and their kingdoms or places that they rule. There haven’t been many from the perspective of women. The occasional Queen Elizabeth it’s sequel or Messenger The Story of Joan of Arc or even Cleopatra starring Elizabeth Taylor back inContinue reading “The Woman King Review”

The Invitation Review

There have been a lot of films that feature a man or woman who is trying to find himself or herself and so he or she gets wrapped up in some kind of adventure or conspiracy inadvertently. And usually, they have a friend who is like a conscience type of character. The film Get OutContinue reading “The Invitation Review”

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t a fan of Spider-Man. I’ve been reading Spider-Man comics since I was a kid, which is a long time ago. I’ve seen all the movies in the theater the night they came out, including the first Raimi Spider-Man which came out twenty years ago. Needless to say, Spider-Man: No Way Home isContinue reading “Spider-Man: No Way Home Review”