The Hunt (2012) Review

Chris Carter


The Hunt (2012) Review

The Hunt (2012) Review

The Hunt is a really strange film, just from a marketing standpoint. One can’t help but wonder how much of the film’s “problems” were publicity stunts, but now the “most controversial movie of the year “(at least that’s how it’s marketed) is out. And as it turns out, it’s not so controversial: it’s just a […]
The Way Back (2010) Review

The Way Back (2010) Review

I’m squarely in Ben Affleck’s corner when it comes to an assessment of talent. He might not make the right moves all the time, but he can clearly knock it out of the park when he really wants to.
Impractical Jokers: The Movie (2020) Review 4

Impractical Jokers: The Movie (2020) Review

I’ll make this one really easy on you. Go Google “Impractical Jokers” and watch a full skit. Did you laugh once? Well, you might enjoy the new feature film. If you didn’t, stay away entirely.
Downhill (2020) Review 6

Downhill (2020) Review

Downhill was a gamble from the start. As is the case with many European-to-American remakes, there is an inherent risk involved.
The Invisible Man (2020) Review 4

The Invisible Man (2020) Review

Elizabeth Moss has been one to watch since she first graced the screen in Madmen. If her award-worthy work on Handmaid’s Tale wasn’t enough, she’s been popping up in films like Us and Her Smell, slowly building a career as a formidable force. She’s always been ready to lead feature films, and Invisible Man helps […]
The Photograph (2020) Review 4

The Photograph (2020) Review

Generational pain is a fascinating topic. How much pain do we inherit and how much is learned? The Photograph attempts to dive into that very topic, and mostly handles it with elegance and grace.
The Call of the Wild (2020) Review 5

The Call of the Wild (2020) Review

As a great American classic novel, The Call of the Wild has had its fair share of adaptations. None of them really got as big as say, a 20th Century production starring Harrison Ford, but they showed up.
Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Review 8

Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Review

Having been part of a generation that grew up with Sonic games and cartoons, I remember what it was like feeling like you were friends with an imaginary character.
Birds of Prey (2020) Review 7

Birds of Prey (2020) Review

Coming off the huge disaster that was Suicide Squad, expectations for Birds of Prey couldn’t be lower.
Like a Boss (2020) Review

Like a Boss (2020) Review

Silly comedies that are destined for streaming services are my comfort food. It’s mainly the allure of watching something through a service and not paying for it directly that excites me, and cooking a plate of nachos to go with that watch session is a commonplace “bad comedy” go-to for me. I wish I had […]


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