Unhinged

Unhinged

Well this is no Russell Crowe in Gladiator for sure!  Director Derrick Borte’s horror/thriller featuring a bulked up and unstable Russell Crowe leaves viewers on the edge of their seat throughout.  The film starts as Crowe’s character Tom Cooper is seen very upset with his Ex wife (so much so, he burns down her house ..

Onward

Onward

Onward is the new film that is certain to be the newest hit in the Disney/Pixar Universe.  This animated film is sad, funny, heartbreaking, action-packed, and overall truly captivating.  The story focuses on two elf brothers (Ian and Barley), played by Tom Holland and Chris Pratt respectively.  The voice over work and transitions to the ..

Star Wars: The RIse of Skywalker

Star Wars: The RIse of Skywalker

Let me start with a disclaimer. I am a huge Star Wars fan. Actually, huge is probably an understatement. When I first saw Star Wars as a child it left me wide eyed and speechless. I was hooked. From that moment, if it was related to the Force, I was all in. Ever since the ..

Ford V Ferrari

Ford V Ferrari

So this is part of what many people don’t know about me; I am a car fanatic!  I have been a fan of racing for many years so I was excited when I heard that they had green lit this rival story.  I wondered if what side they would take, as there has been several documentaries about ..

Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate

Arnold is back! Let me preface this review by saying that I was highly skeptical when I found out yet another Terminator movie was being made.  However, once I saw that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton were going to somehow have roles in it, I instantly became curious!  As it turns out, the movie is a ton ..

Joker

Joker

Joker Ok so here we go! So I have been waiting for this film for a few months, and walked in a little worried to be honest.  After the last few DC films, I was not sure if I could have another disappointment.  As a Batman fan, the Joker has always been my favorite villain.  It had nothing ..

AD Astra

AD Astra

Space travel is about exploring the vast unknown that lies in the darkness, and Ad Astra is indeed focused on exploring dark areas—specifically, those found in the mind of Major Roy McBride. The trip to Neptune, despite being Roy’s mission, is merely the vehicle for the introspective exploration into his purpose and identity. I’d venture ..

IT Chapter 2

IT Chapter 2

Ok so IT’s here!  See what I did there…sorry I had to.  Like I mentioned on my review of the first film Andy Muschietti kept the vibe going with Chapter 2.  Now as those of us who have read the novel and saw the early 90s mini series, the second half of the story is no easy task.  I ..

The Kitchen

The Kitchen

If you’re not a fan of visceral gore, the sound of gunshots, or close-ups of angry faces, then The Kitchen is not for you. And even if you are a fan of those things—I still don’t think The Kitchen is for you. Even when viewed from a technical standpoint, the scenes cuts are jumpy, with ..

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

If you’re not part of the age group who grew up happily addicted to the adventures of Dora the Explorer, the idea of a watching a live-action Dora wander around the screen for a couple of hours sounds potentially gruesome. It’s not all little Dora’s fault; I’m not clamoring for a Teletubbies movie either, you know? ..