An American Pickle; Dir. – Brandon Trost Rating – //stream it once it’s free// “An American Pickle,” a time-travel farce directed by Brandon Trost and adapted from a New Yorker story by Simon Rich, marinates crisp almost-timeliness in the mild brine of nostalgia. It’s not too salty or too sour, and it’s neither self-consciously artisanal … Continue reading An American Pickle – Double Seth Rogen Kills It In this Funny Satire.
Yes, God, Yes; Dir. -Karen Maine Rating – “It’s great” / worth adding to your collection. Yes, God, Yes is the directorial debut Karen Maine, and stars Natalia Dyer from Stranger Things, in the lead role. Developed from a short film that Maine planned on directing but later adapted it to feature-length, this is an … Continue reading Yes, God, Yes – a Smart And Funny Exploration Of Teenage Sexuality.
Alan Turing once said, “Machines can never think as humans do. but just because something thinks differently, doesn’t mean it’s not thinking at all.”Well, it’s a really pretty quote, except Alan Turing never said that. This quote is from the 2014 movie, Imitation games starring Benedict Cumberbatch. You’ve probably heard of it, it was in … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: What It Means To Be Human.
Michael Keaton is possibly reprising his iconic role as the caped crusader from Tim Burton’s Batman movies, in the upcoming Flash movie starring Ezra Miller according to several reports. Earlier reports stated that Jeffrey Dean Morgan is being eyed to return to his role of Thomas Wayne as Flashpoint Batman in the Flash movie, but … Continue reading What Michael Keaton Returning As Batman Means For The Future Of DC Movies.
Artemis Fowl; Dir. – Kenneth Branagh Rating – Horrendous. Piece. Of. Shit. Artemis fowl feels like some parent gave an infant a brand new toy set featuring random action figures to play with, but the kid pooped his pants before he could finish the story, so now we are just left with whatever game the … Continue reading Movie Review: Artemis Fowl – Disney Takes A Giant Shit On Beloved Book Franchise
Da 5 Bloods; Dir. – Spike Lee Rating – “It’s great” / worth adding to your collection. Amidst all the crazy shit happening around the world, with Netflix’s Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee has officially announced that the Oscar race for 2021 has just began. Yes, it’s that good. This is without a doubt the … Continue reading Movie Review: Da 5 Bloods – The Topical Spike Lee Joint That The World Needs Right Now.
Movie Review:The King Of Staten Island – Pete Davidson shines in Apatow’s Charming Coming-of-age Dramedy.
The King of Staten Island; Dir. – Judd Apatow Rating – “It’s great” / worth adding to your collection. Judd Apatow is known for making one type of film over and over – overlong stoner comedies about overgrown man-children, and helping commercially unproven comedians become huge stars by making films in which they embody lightly … Continue reading Movie Review:The King Of Staten Island – Pete Davidson shines in Apatow’s Charming Coming-of-age Dramedy.
Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, and it’s sequel Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, is that rare piece of film memorabilia from the 90’s that somehow has still survived in the general consciousness of moviegoers. But I wasn’t alive when the first movie came out and I never got to see the movie in theatres. But … Continue reading Why Bill And Ted Returning Has Me Excited.
With HBO Max launching tomorrow, a lot of you maybe be wondering whether you should spend your valuable bucks on the brand new premium streaming service. This article will tell you everything you need to know about the AT&T and Warner Media owned streaming service, so that you can decide for yourself if its worth … Continue reading Why you should get HBO Max.
Scoob!; Dir – Tony Cervone Rating – //stream it once it’s free// (Or you know, purchase on VOD for your kids!) Scoob! is set on it’s way to create history one way or another. It is the first movie set for a theatrical release, to completely skip theaters and release on digital VOD due too … Continue reading Movie Review: Scoob! – It’s a shame that this childish delight has to skip THEATERS.