‘Deadwood: The Movie’ Review

Deadwood: The Movie provides fans of HBO’s hit show with a fitting finale after they were unexpectedly canceled thirteen years ago. Deadwood was able to pick up exactly where it left off 13 years ago and maintain the same level of quality we’ve come 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: ‘Tolkien’ Will Surprise You

Dome Karukoski’s Tolkien is full of vibrant imagery and creative cinematography which help draw the audience into a tale about a fascinating man. What I wasn’t expecting is how it would reshape my thoughts about the world fellowship. For many of us, that word means companionship Read More …

Review: ‘UglyDolls’ Is One Big Shrug Fest

STX Entertainment’s UglyDolls only serves as a vehicle to sell merchandise to the legions of kids who will be grooving to this psychedelic highly predictable groove fest full of musical numbers highlighting the vocal range of the film’s lead, Kelly Clarkson. I feel that anytime Read More …

Review: ‘Little’ Is A Whole Lot Of Nothing

Tina Gordon’s latest release Little is a complete and utter waste of time. There’s nothing to be gained by seeing the film and no entertainment to be had. I found the whole experience to be quite staggering as the film was written by Tracy Oliver (Who wrote Girls Read More …

Review: ‘Making Babies’ Is A Hilarious Slice Of Married Life

Josh Huber’s Making Babies is a fantastically funny and heartfelt look about the transition into married life. The narrative is wonderfully realistic and relatable, plus the ensemble is solid. One would think that a comedy about infertility would be a complete dud, but while the film Read More …

Review: ‘Shazam!’ Is A Joyous Time For All

David F. Sandberg’s Shazam! represents a shift in approach for the DC Universe. In a world where it appears we are getting this type of release every other month, Sandberg examines the world of superheroes on a human level. How would you react if one 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: ‘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 …