Review: ‘Lords Of Chaos’ Examines The Need To Belong

There’s no question that Jonas Åkerlund’s Lords Of Chaos isn’t a title which will have a mass appeal. I can’t say for sure that watching Åkerlund’s latest project would have appealed to me given the subject matter. However, beneath the over-modulated microphones, grease-paint, and guitar riffs is Read More …

Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ Ushers In A New Era

Captain Marvel caused me to take a trip down memory lane. When I wasn’t playing with my best friend Chad at my house on Splitlog Drive, I was navigating those brief moments where my sister (Alana) would attempt and fail miserably at playing nice together. Our Read More …

Review: ‘O.G.’ Sheds Light On The Issues Afflicting Our Prison System

Madeleine Sackler’s O.G. is a film that most will have trouble connecting with but that is exactly why everyone should make an effort to see it. Sackler’s film takes a deep look into the intricate workings of prison culture through the perspective of an inmate who has Read More …

Review: ‘Leaving Neverland’ Is A Gut Punch To Jackson Fans

Dan Reed’s documentary Leaving Neverland will be a gut punch to audiences around the globe when it premieres on HBO Sunday night. Reed takes a meticulous approach as he peels back the layers of suspicious behavior to shed light on a truth that most didn’t want to Read More …

Review: ‘Sgt. Will Gardner’ Speaks To A Greater Problem

Sometimes a movie seems to slip through the cracks and audiences miss a golden opportunity to watch something special. A perfect example of this would be January’s release of Sgt. Will Gardner. It seems everyone will have a chance to rectify this as Max Martini’s latest project Read More …

Review: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Looks Great But That’s All

Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel is the most visually stunning release so far in 2019. Being able to see it in a Dolby theater was one of the more unique experiences I’ve had being a movie reviewer. For some, this endorsement would be more than enough reason Read More …

Review: ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Is More Than Meets The Eye

Todd Strauss Schulson’s Isn’t It Romantic doesn’t hold back in it’s lampooning of the tropes found in romantic comedies. What I didn’t expect is the refreshing themes found throughout the narrative. What appears to be Rebel Wilson and Adam Devine just playing their typical roles, actually is Read More …

Review: ‘Fighting With My Family’ Will Surprise You

Whether you are a fan of wrestling or not, Fighting With My Family is a highly entertaining and uplifting look at an unlikely rise to stardom. While some fans will be drawn to the title due to Dwayne Johnson being smack in the middle of the film’s Read More …

Review ‘Cold Pursuit’ Highlights What’s Best About Neeson

Hans Petter Moland’s Cold Pursuit reminds all of us why we are so into Liam Neeson as an action hero. It’s not that he has some fantastic physique or blows the audience away with his charm. Neeson’s characters come off as someone who could easily be your Read More …

Review: I Saw ‘Miss Bala’ So You Don’t Have To

Even though I have exactly zero members of my family who are of Hispanic descent, it’s hard not to feel gross after sitting through Miss Bala. I could care less if Gina Rodriguez’s latest film is a remake and it was rooted in the source material. Catherine Hardwicke’s Miss Bala Read More …