Latest Movie Reviews

Palmer (2021) Review 1
Feb 16, 2021
Life comes at you fast

Palmer (2021) Review

Justin Timberlake, ever the surprise, gives a heart and soul to Palmer that doesn’t always come across in the script.

Shook (2021) Review 4
Feb 15, 2021
Internet based horror with a lip gloss veneer

Shook (2021) Review

‘Shook’ has fun weaponizing internet fears but flames out when it takes a hard turn to internet indictment

One Night in Miami (2020) Review 2
Feb 12, 2021
Worth the stay

One Night in Miami (2020) Review

Regina King has already shown her prowess with directing TV, but with One Night in Miami, she proves that she has a future in film too.

The Little Things (2021) Review 3
Feb 8, 2021

The Little Things (2021) Review

The Little Things feels like an early 2000s popcorn cop flick, and nothing more.

Greenland (2020) Review 4
Feb 4, 2021
A popcorn disaster movie that’s best if you shut your brain off

Greenland (2020) Review

Greenland is a disaster movie that lets you live in the calmer world where the earth is vulnerable to a flaming comet. It succeeds by sidestepping reality to deliver escapism.

A Nightmare Wakes (2020) Review 5
Feb 2, 2021
The scary story of the woman who created the most famous monster

A Nightmare Wakes (2020) Review

A Nightmare Wakes stitches together biopic and horror movie to tell the spooky tale of the woman who brought Frankenstein to life.

Psycho Goreman (2020) Review
Jan 26, 2021
Bloody Good Times

Psycho Goreman (2020) Review

Oozing with lovable characters, amazing special effects and gallons of blood, Psycho Goreman is the B-movie throwback that all horror hounds need in their lives.

Pieces of a Woman (2020) Review 6
Jan 20, 2021
Mostly whole

Pieces of a Woman (2020) Review

Despite some shaky soapy ground, Vanessa Kirby pulls a rabbit out of a hat with Pieces of a Woman.

Lupin III: The First (2019) Review 2
Jan 18, 2021
The gentleman thief returns

Lupin III: The First (2019) Review

Lupin III: The First is a shaky Lupin story at times, but the animation style is wonderful, and balks the uncanny valley feeling of many other computer animated films.

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