Movie Reviews

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Review: Final Chapter Entertains But Lacks Elegance

"The dead speak!" These are the opening words that kick off the famous yellow text that scrolls over a field of stars in the very...

‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ Review: It’s ‘Freaky Friday’ Fun

For a video game about exploration and adventure, there’s an awful lot of young adults roleplaying and switching Look, nobody expected ‘Jumanji: Welcome to The...

‘A Beautiful Day in The Neighborhood’ Review: It’s Okay

Hank’s depiction of Mr. Rogers reminds us it’s all about processing our feelings and being okay.   Review The world is suffering, and it has been some...

The Workprint’s Movie Talk Episode 2: ‘The Irishman’

In this episode of 'Movie Talk', Jad talks with his friend Rob about 'The Irishman'. Specifically, their thoughts about the movie, and a bit...

‘Jojo Rabbit’ Review: Hitler’s a fun imaginary friend… until he’s not

Jojo Rabbit is the journey of a young boy's fascination, and eventual fallout, with Fascism. Learning sympathy and even love along the way Finally making...

Doctor Sleep Review: The Shining sequel is a superhero movie

'Doctor Sleep' is Ewan McGregor playing Obi-Wan Kenobi, as he mentors a uniquely gifted child while trying not to repeat his own father/mentor's mistakes...  You...

The Banana Splits Movie Review: Post Mortem

On the podcast After the Credits, I along with my Co-host Norton, review the Banana Splits Movie.

Hobbs and Shaw Review: God, that Hurt.

The latest installment of the Fast and the Furious Franchise barely delivers the fun one would expect from a mindless action movie. Upfront, I’ll say...

A Love Letter to ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’

Who Framed Roger Rabbit, a little gem from the late ’80s, is a great tribute to the noir genre that takes its viewers on a fun ride through the history of cartoons.

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