Category: Movie Review
I ramble, rave and rant about every movie I watch. It’s not that complicated.
Disney & Pixar create another emotionally moving tale of family and pursuing one’s dreams no matter what.
Netflix’s original production ‘Bright’ is an interesting concept on paper, but one that falls apart on film.
A sports bio-pic about one of the epic Tennis rivalries that fails to work as either a sports film, or a proper adaptation of a real life event.
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is a boundary pushing installment of the franchise that could be the most divisive as well.
Patreon Movie Review: ‘The Red Pill’ (2016) – Men’s Rights Ideologies That Are Extremely Hard To Swallow
‘The Red Pill’ is a documentary that tries to showcase men as victims of the Feminist revolution, but it comes off as petty and short sighted.
‘Justice League’ is a fun and enjoyable movie that may not do enough to redeem the DCEU franchise to its fans.
‘Missing Child’ works as a neo noir mystery thriller with great performances and a tight script.
Movie Review: ‘THOR: RAGNAROK’ (2017) – A Vibrant & Chaotic Adventure The Pulls The MCU Into A New Era
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ is a vibrant and chaotic story of adventure, that reinvents its titular character, and brings the Marvel Cinematic Universe into a new era.
‘Hillary’s America: The Secret History Of The Democratic Party’ is a documentary that features poor reenactments of history, without reference of context, in order to sway public opinion during an election.
Does the new ‘Blade Runner 2049’ live up to the original, in storytelling and themes? I try to answer that question in this new Movie Review.
The latest ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ movie feels less like the origin story of a great king, and more like a Tolkien-like fantasy film.
Tom Cruise’s attempts to be part of a larger Shared Universe begins and ends with his rendition of ‘The Mummy’.
‘Baby Driver’ is one of writer-director Edgar Wright’s best movies, and definitely one of the best movies of 2017 thus far.
‘Win It All’ features the same problem as most of Netflix’s original line of up feature films.
‘Get Out’ sees the debut of writer / director Jordan Peel, who is is able to blend the perfect mix of socially relevant allegory with familiar film tropes to create a story that is truly unique.
‘Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol. 2’ is the sequel to the unexpected Marvel property that is able to once again deliver the humour, heart and spectacle of the previous film.
While the ‘Fate Of The Furious’ won’t win any awards, it’s still an entertaining action movie that you can sit back and enjoy.
‘Kong: Skull Island’ delivers on the promise of a true monster movie, while cutting the fat away from any unnecessary tangents in storytelling.