‘Godzilla: King Of The Monsters’ The Final Trailer Will Blow Your Mind

Just when you thought that a trailer could only have a set amount of monsters in it, Godzilla: King Of The Monsters destroys that notion in the first five seconds of its final trailer. In what is shaping up to be a fantastic summer movie season, the 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: ‘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 ‘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 …

Movie Review: ‘Roma’ Is A Triumph Of The Human Spirit

Not very often, but sometimes a movie comes along which so profoundly moves you, that it drives the calmest of critics to find the highest mountaintop so they can shout their admiration for it. Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” is an intoxicating look at all which makes Read More …

Review: ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ But McCarthy Is Brilliant

There’s a reason why “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is gaining such momentum during awards season and it begins with Melissa McCarthy. To put it bluntly her per performance is such a departure from her norm that it’s quite frankly startling. While her antics have Read More …

Review: “‘Mid90’s” Is A Meandering Mess From Start To Finish

A24’s “Mid90s” is one of the more fascinating releases of 2018. Writer and director Jonah Hill examines the bonds formed by skaters during the rise California’s skating community. A compelling subject to explore but there comes the point where too much of one item can cause Read More …

Review: ‘Halloween’ Resurrects Michael Myers

Director David Gordon Green and actor Danny McBride succeed where many have failed. They took one of the biggest horror franchises in the world, that had become odd and tedious, and breathed new life into the narrative. How did they manage to pull it off? Read More …

Review: ‘Colette’ Deserves Better Than This

Director Wash Westmoreland’s Colette highlights the struggle of women (no matter who they were) trying to escape the shadow of their husbands during the late 1800’s. While some languished in their attempts, Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette soars to new heights living a life most anyone would envy. Read More …

Review: ‘First Man’ Claire Foy Dazzles In Sure Fire Oscar Contender

Audiences know Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth from Netflix’s hit show “The Crown” and soon they will know her as an Oscar contender. While many will focus on Damien Chazelle’s latest achievement (and they should) and others might comment on yet another stellar performance from Read More …