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Month: March 2020

Review: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Episode 3 Picking Sides

Westworld spent the first two episodes of season 3 laying the groundwork for a revolution. Tonight’s episode seemed to be about picking sides. The first two seasons were more about world-building, which may have bored some of the audience. Season three…

Review: ‘Ozark’ Season 3 Is Just Insane

Ozark season 3 makes the previous two seasons look like an ABC afterschool special. Netflix’s smash original series has certainly had a flair for dramatic twists, but this new season will blow your mind. The writing this season is better than ever….

Review: ‘Westworld’ Season Three Episode One and Two: War !

Westworld has managed to right most if not all of the wrongs that occurred in just the first two episodes of season three. Focus is no longer an issue and the direction of series is crystal clear. War is coming….

Review: ‘Buffaloed’ Is a Showcase For Zoey Deutch

Buffaloed is yet another release showing just how immensely talented Zoey Deutch is. It just seems that no matter the role, Ms. Deutch nails her performance, which in Buffaloed is crucial. Her energy is what carries this debt collection comedy. Directory Tanya…

Review: Bert Kreischer Slays In New Comedy Special

Bert Kreischer’s newest comedy special “Hey, Big Boy” drops on Netflix today and is the perfect remedy for those of us needing a laugh in this new era of social distancing. What was striking about his latest work was how…

Review: ‘The Hunt’ Is Awful Garbage

The Hunt is one of the few movies that wasn’t delayed in response to the Coronavirus and should have been. There’s nothing redeemable about the film. It’s poorly conceived, horribly written, filled with gross stereotypes in an attempt to be…

‘Soul’ Looks Like Another Winner For Pixar

  Everybody has a soul. Joe Gardner is about to find his. Watch the new trailer for Disney and Pixar’s Soul, in theaters June 19. About Soul: Joe Gardner is a middle-school band teacher who gets the chance of a…

Review: ‘Spenser Confidential’ Is What it is

Spenser Confidential is quite possibly the most Boston movie that ever did Boston. The only thing missing from the narrative was Jimmy Fallon and Rachel Dratch reprising their SNL characters Sully and Zazu screaming “NOMAR!.” The best way to describe Peter…

‘Greyhound’ now has it’s first trailer

The only thing more dangerous than the front lines was the fight to get there. Screenplay by Tom Hanks inspired by actual events, Greyhound comes to theaters June 12. In the early days of WWII, an international convoy of 37…

Review: ‘The Way Back’ Is Affleck’s Finest Work

The Way Back on the surface comes off as just another sports movie, and the trailer would lead anyone to believe that. However, director Gavin O’Connor’s latest project is far from a feel-good tale with a polka dot and moonbeams ending….