Movie Reviews

‘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.

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...

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