Hanna: Fast and Thrilling

Hanna is an incredibly thought-provoking analogy for teenage angst disguised as a thrilling spy drama, that makes you think... who is this for? It’s like if Taken focused more on Liam Neeson’s...

Avengers Endgame: a massive, epic, masterpiece

Eleven years ago, Tony Stark built a suit of armor out of a box of scraps in a cave. Walking into Avengers: End Game, the grand finale to last year’s epic Avengers: Infinity War as well as the first decade...

Captain Marvel lower, slower, and falls flat

For those who don’t know the character of Captain Marvel “higher, further, faster” is legitimately the best way to describe her. Gifted with incredible powers that made her one of the most powerful...

Glass; tense, engaging, and fun

I sometimes like the audience as Alice In Wonderland when I sit down before an M. Night Shyamalan film. “Tumbling through the looking glass” bares special credence when watching Shyamalan’s new film,...

Aquaman swims with the best of them

Despite what The Big Bang Theory will have you believe, Aquaman, is every bit as great as Green Lantern, Batman, and Superman - if not better than all of them. Unlike being driven by duty, ethics, or a sense...

Robin Hood: A fast, crazy, misfire

One of the reasons that Robin Hood (2018) is premiering 110 years after the first Robin Hood film, the 1908 film, Robin Hood and His Merry Men, is that some of the greatest actors and filmmakers have brought...

Hunter Killer: A Wet Mess Of A Film

Dracula 2000 will be remembered more for being one of Gerard Butler’s first feature roles more than being a good movie. Because it was anything but. Poor directing, bad acting, even worse dialogue. Butler...

Free Solo on the Edge of Brilliance

At the North end of Yosemite Valley in Yosemite national park stands a rock formation that has become a haven for mountain climbers from around the world. It stands 3000 feet in the air, made entirely of...