‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 3 Episode 6 Review: Devastating Betrayal

The Handmaid’s Tale headed down a path of devastation and emotional torment. The sixth episode at times was tough to watch, but in reality, the events were a necessary evil. For June to ultimately become what she needs to be, then there are no half Read More …

‘Child’s Play’ Review: The Summer’s 1st Shocker

Child’s Play (directed by Lars Klevberg) is a slight departure from any of the previous releases and for horror purists that is a big no-no. However, if you were to step back for second and look at the broader picture, remake something in the exact same Read More …

‘Trolls World Tour’ Has It’s 1st Trailer

One of the highest grossing animated releases from Dreamworks, Trolls is releasing a sequel in 2020 (Trolls World Tour), and the first trailer dropped today. Check it out!   Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return in an all-star sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2016 musical hit: Read More …

‘American Woman’ Review: Miller’s Finest Hour

American Woman is one of those releases that left me conflicted after seeing it. On the one hand, Sienna Miller’s performance as Debra was sensational. It’s the type of performance which gains the attention of awards voters and redefines careers. In short, Miller was born to Read More …

Review: ‘The Sun Is Also A Star’ And A Great Date Movie

The Sun Is Also A Star is truly the tale of two separate films. On the one hand, we have a movie (based on Nicola Yoon’s YA Novel) that’s intriguing. The idea that one decision, either way, could lead to a life-changing moment is a fascinating 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 …