Movie Reviews

House of Mouse Spring Collection : The Cruella Review

What if a fashion House was a House of Fashion Murder?

Triumvirate of Trouble: ‘A Band Called Death’ Review

"What do you think a trip is?".... "The ultimate trip is death." -David Hackney III If you ask some, the inception of what we uniformly...

Judas and the Black Messiah Review: An Important Movie about an Important Man

A biopic years in the making, this tale of Bill O’Neal and his hand in the fall of Black Panther chairman, Fred Hampton, knocks...

‘Sound of Metal’ Review: Cymbals of Tranquility

Your heart has a beat, right? So does your soul. Keep it at the right tempo, and you'll be alright. Paradiddle. Conductive. Rimclick. Audiologist. Anacrusis....

Wonder Woman 1984 Review: Wishing for a Standout Sequel

Wonder Woman 1984, the long anticipated heroine sequel, has a lot of heart but fails to make a true impact. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfM7_JLk-84 The first big superhero...

‘The Christmas Chronicles Part 2’ Review

Chris Colombus, the director of gems such as Home Alone and Mrs. Doubtfire, might just be mentally stuck in the 1990s in this holiday...

Review: ‘Enola Holmes’ Brings Women To the Forefront

Netflix debuted Enola Holmes this week and it’s a quirky adventure that both teens and adults can enjoy, albeit with some lingering questions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1d0Zf9sXlHk Based on...

The Last Days of American Crime: Netflix Movie Review

Make room for ‘The Room’ of all action movies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdWxGwiuhnU I like Rick Remender. His gritty and unforgiving approach holds a degree of rebellious, devil-may-care, youthful...

‘Spaceship Earth’ Review or: How I Learned to Love Collectivism in an Age of Individualism

Spaceship Earth is a great documentary that explores the potential of human curiosity and ethic, while also positing the dangers that can arise from big-thinking...

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