BlacKkKlansman (2018) – Movie Review

Our world is in desperate need of change. If you are like me, you may feel as though you do not know how you can do your part to help mend wounds of society that are still open and bleeding after hundreds of years. Political activism is a necessity but it is a slow andContinue reading “BlacKkKlansman (2018) – Movie Review”

Uncut Gems (2019) – Movie Review

I had initially viewed “Uncut Gems” in theaters in the first week of January of 2020 and had chosen to forgo writing a review. I had just returned from a 10-day road trip and was responsible for seeing “1917”, “Richard Jewell”, “Little Women”, and “Bombshell” in the same week to catch up on what IContinue reading “Uncut Gems (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”

Joker (2019) – Movie Review

The Joker is perhaps the entity in western culture that is most synonymous with villainy. For generations, different narratives have been crafted about this dubious antithesis to Batman’s stoic calculations in comic books, video games, and film, all depicting him as a sociopathic zealot who exists beyond the boundaries of society. Just over a decadeContinue reading “Joker (2019) – Movie Review”