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Month: December 2019

Review: ‘Just Mercy’ Foxx Is Fantastic

Just Mercy is a compelling look at how the cloud of racism can influence the pursuit of justice. The film also serves as a showcase/reminder of just how fantastic an actor Jamie Foxx truly is. I’m not sure the film…

Review: ‘Bombshell’ Theron is Fantastic

Bombshell is a terrific yet edgy look at the downfall of Roger Ailes and the ripple effect a toxic work environment has on women in the office. Never mind the fantastic performances from Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, and Charlize Theron, Jay…

Review: ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ Is The Worst Star Wars Movie Ever

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is so inexplicably conceived and so poorly thought out that it bears the distinction of being the single worst Star Wars film ever. J.J. Abrams’s latest foray into a successful franchise is a shocking departure…

Review: ‘Cats’ Is Puurfectly Putrid

Cats has the feel of a heavily sexualized disjointed fever dream that’s destined to haunt the darkest corners of the internet rather than entertain audiences other than perhaps furries. This highly stylized and big-budgeted “adaptation” (and we use those words…

Review: ‘Little Women’ Is Simply Gorgeous

Little Women is the latest in a long line of adaptions, which brings to life the most infamous of Louisa May Alcott works. What makes Greta Gerwig’s latest so special is the attention to detail. The script is, at times, a…

Review: ‘Watchmen’ Episode 9 Ends With A Bang

Watchmen certainly ended with a bang tonight and left fans with tons of questions about not only what may have transpired but the show’s future as well. I’m sure much will be dissected from the last two minutes of the episode,…

Review: ‘1917’ Is Technically Unmatched

1917 is technically heads and shoulders above and release in 2019. If Oscars were given for just pure filmmaking, cinematography, and sound design then Sam Mendes’s latest film would win them all. However, there’s more to these awards than recognizing Roger…

Review: ‘6 Underground’ Delivers Maximum “Baydlem”

6 Underground is the type of movie created when a Redbull and an espresso shot have a baby and then it proceeds to drink 3 Four Lokos. Nothing in Michael Bay’s latest action pack romp makes too much sense, yet…

Review: ‘Watchmen’ Episode 7 Review OMG!

Those who thought that last Sunday’s episode of Watchmen was a game-changer were likely caught off guard by the events which transpired in this episode. While I will freely admit that the 6th episode was exceptionally well written, in my estimation,…