Knives Out (2019) – Movie Review

“Knives Out” is the latest film from director Rian Johnson, the suspect director of the notoriously divisive “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”. Considering he is a man of outstanding character, it is strickingly odd that his presence is considered as controversial as it is, but thus is the nature of ‘Star Wars’ fandom. Whether youContinue reading “Knives Out (2019) – Movie Review”

Ford v Ferrari (2019) – Movie Review

They had it! It was right there! And some poorly thought-out last-minute decision that goes completely against everything that was set up before it swoops in and snatches defeat straight out of the jaws of victory! I was not prepared to say this here, but these are trying times and not everything goes as expected.Continue reading “Ford v Ferrari (2019) – Movie Review”

The Irishman (2019) – Movie Review

Unfortunately, I do not live in a city important enough to have “The Irishman” playing in an actual theater, so much to the dismay of director Martin Scorsese, I was forced to stream the film on Netflix… at home (Insert ominous music and thunderclaps here)! Inarguably, my actions are an affront to the almighty, butContinue reading “The Irishman (2019) – Movie Review”

Harriet (2019) – Movie Review

From the beginning of my time reviewing films, I have made my opinions on the biopic genre very well known. While the likes of “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Rocketman”, amongst others, garnering praise from many critics, they struck me as cliché and unfocused. I would go as far as to describe those films as well acted,Continue reading “Harriet (2019) – Movie Review”

I disagree with Martin Scorsese and Alan Moore—But are they still right?

A few weeks ago, legendary filmmaker, Martin Scorsese was in the news for being critical of Marvel films. The headlines read “Scorsese says ‘Marvel isn’t cinema’”, which prompted many on the internet, myself included, to read the comments, then respectfully disagreed. The topic was fodder for quoted tweet comebacks calling him an out of touchContinue reading “I disagree with Martin Scorsese and Alan Moore—But are they still right?”

#ReleaseTheSnyderCut trends on Twitter to remind us that “Justice League” was a thing

Let me set the mood for you all. It is a brisk, overcast mid-November Floridian Sunday at an atypically mild magic hour. You’ve had two cups of much-needed coffee in the past hour and you are sitting on the couch in sweatpants, watching the late afternoon NFL games and playing the new Pokémon game onContinue reading “#ReleaseTheSnyderCut trends on Twitter to remind us that “Justice League” was a thing”

Parasite (2019) -Movie Review

It is a rare occurrence that an Eastern film would get any mainstream attention upon its initial release in the West. Most often it is not an issue of quality, but culturally, there can often be a bigger disconnect between audiences with content than opposed to that of other Western films. So, when a SouthContinue reading “Parasite (2019) -Movie Review”

James Dean will be forcibly reanimated and star in a movie 64 years after his death

According to CBS News, Magic City Films have secured the rights and permissions from the family of the late actor James Dean to use his likeness to star in an upcoming Vietnam War drama called “Finding Jack”. Using the mystical powers of computers, Dean will apparently be playing the role of a man named “Rogan”Continue reading “James Dean will be forcibly reanimated and star in a movie 64 years after his death”

Jojo Rabbit (2019) – Movie Review

“Jojo Rabbit” is the newest production from “Thor: Ragnarok” director, Taika Waititi. It is a movie which he has touted as a work of modern satire with a story that follows a young German boy during the waning days of WWII named, Jojo, who is an absolute Nazi fanatic. Jojo’s life seemingly revolves around theContinue reading “Jojo Rabbit (2019) – Movie Review”

My Top 10 Personal Favorite Movies (HALLOWEEN SPECIAL)

Trick or Treat! Congratulations! You’ve been tricked because there is only one option, and that is treat. In this economy, I could only afford one of those so you will just have to deal with it. In honor of one of Halloween, one of the High Holidays of the year, I thought I’d give youContinue reading “My Top 10 Personal Favorite Movies (HALLOWEEN SPECIAL)”