Movie Reviews

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.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review: Fun but Leaves a lot to Desire

In Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, his love letter to the ’60s has fun playing in the world but bloats an interesting character study.

The Art of Self-Defense Review: Buckle Your Belts for this Ridiculous Ride

The Art of Self-Defense was one of the most awkward, darkest, hysterical, and amazing films I’ve seen in a while.

After The Credits Episode 4.29: Frozen P’s and Q’s

Hi, my name is Robert and I run a podcast with my co-host, Norton about movie and tv reviews on the Spotify and iHeart...

‘The Lion King’ Review: The Reformation of Pride Rock

The Stunning Visual Achievement Satisfies the Justification of a Remake Out of all the Disney remakes that came out this last few years, The Lion...

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Spoiler-Free Review

Not only does the new Spider-Man deliver, it exceeds expectations.   I’ve been a Spider-Man fan ever since I was a little kid. I had everything...

‘Men in Black: International’ Review: Mindless Fun

Men in Black: International is a sheer popcorn movie experience, with little substance outside the strength of its cast and its use of brilliantly...

‘Rocketman’ Review: It’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Part 2

Following the extravagant yet guilt-ridden personal life of Sir Elton John, 'Rocketman' is going to get a lot of comparisons to 'Bohemian Rhapsody' come next Oscar season. As the movies are quite identical. Both featuring an extravagant British rockstar — who were closeted homosexuals at different points in their lives — and a cast of distinct and loving supporting characters, who all seek to help their best friend recover from isolation and addiction in the 70s, to rise to the level of greatness that we the audience, know they'll eventually achieve — given the infamous reputation that precedes them.

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