Get Out Review: Jordan Peele Has Changed A Genre For The Better In Directorial Debut

I’ve been late to review a lot of movies lately, but I’m getting back on my grind (hopefully) to at least give my opinions on some of the more popular films. I’ve finally been able to get out of my own way to see Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out which I know is a film that… Read More Get Out Review: Jordan Peele Has Changed A Genre For The Better In Directorial Debut

Logan Review: The Final Chapter of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine Defies It’s Genre As One of the Best Comic Book Movies…Ever

As a staple in the genre of comic book movies, X-Men has had their place in the sun, sometimes buried below earth where sun won’t touch, but there’s a new sheriff in town that rises above all the rest. Breaking new ground a genre always trying to push the boundaries of what people say they can’t do,… Read More Logan Review: The Final Chapter of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine Defies It’s Genre As One of the Best Comic Book Movies…Ever

The Founder Review: Michael Keaton Shines As Ray Kroc In McDonald’s Biopic

Back in 2014 Michael Keaton came back to film in a big way, creating an unforgettable character in what is an unforgettable masterpiece of a film in Birdman. When he lost the Best-Actor award to a much deserving Eddie Redmayne, which I thought he’d win, it made us wonder how Keaton would get back to that… Read More The Founder Review: Michael Keaton Shines As Ray Kroc In McDonald’s Biopic

Live By Night Review: Affleck Misses Mark By Casting Himself In Lead Role

Ben Affleck has not had an easy time in the last few months, with all the Batman drama at Warner Brothers and DC don’t help anything, but after seeing his latest directorial effort, I may see why he didn’t want the stresses of directing another big film for a little while. Affleck transports us into… Read More Live By Night Review: Affleck Misses Mark By Casting Himself In Lead Role

Hidden Figures Review: Hidden Figures Is The Feel Great Oscar Hopeful You’d Hope It’d Be

You may have heard about a little film recently that centers around what may be one of the more surprising subjects in history that has never been told. You have NASA, the iconic space program that advances almost everyday in the hopes of traveling beyond our atmosphere and exploring planets, stars, and galaxies far far… Read More Hidden Figures Review: Hidden Figures Is The Feel Great Oscar Hopeful You’d Hope It’d Be

Silence Review: Scorsese’s Epic Story On Faith Will Challenge You Spiritually and Physically

You may be wondering about how this film challenges you physically, but it’s not that deep of a concept, this movie is almost three hours long with no real “action” or Scorsese flare you may be used to. Scorsese is this reviewer’s all time favorite film maker without question, but it’s because of my love… Read More Silence Review: Scorsese’s Epic Story On Faith Will Challenge You Spiritually and Physically

Fences Review: Denzel and Company Give Some of the Most Riveting Performances of 2016

There are just certain performers that resonate like a choir in a perfectly acoustically sound church and with their performances ringing through our senses we can only sit in awe. That is what you are going to get from the cast of Fences, a stage play turned film directed by and starring the one and only Denzel… Read More Fences Review: Denzel and Company Give Some of the Most Riveting Performances of 2016