Review: ‘Knives Out’ Gives Rian Johnson Another Star-Studded Affair to Talk About

Following the tragic events of The Last Jedi, director and writer Rian Johnson needed a hit. The director's proven track record of excelling with original content earned him the right to play with a big franchise. It only made sense for him to get as far away from franchise filmmaking as possible. His followup, Knives Out roots itself firmly … Continue reading Review: ‘Knives Out’ Gives Rian Johnson Another Star-Studded Affair to Talk About

Review: ‘Uncut Gems’ Brings Adam Sandler Back Into the Limelight with a Tight, Evocative Thriller

For all the negativity that surrounds Adam Sandler, the comedian continues to prove his value in the industry. Most of the noise revolves around his buddy films at Happy Madison, which seemingly release every quarter or two. However, Sandler has now been a staple of American entertainment for more than a quarter-century. Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison became classics … Continue reading Review: ‘Uncut Gems’ Brings Adam Sandler Back Into the Limelight with a Tight, Evocative Thriller

Checking In on the Best Actor Race- Cooper in the Lead, Bale Just Behind (11/7/18)

We've checked in with a couple of the Oscar races so far, and now that we're in November, we're starting to get some of the pieces to fall into place. With that in mind, let's start checking a few categories, beginning with the Lead Actor race. We're ranking the contenders based on the likelihood of … Continue reading Checking In on the Best Actor Race- Cooper in the Lead, Bale Just Behind (11/7/18)

Summer Catch Up Review: “Sorry to Bother You” is a Must-See Indie

With the summer in full swing, it's likely you've taken to your local theaters to watch the latest summer blockbusters. However, there's something to be said about checking out the indie hits.  "Sorry to Bother You," the directorial debut of Boots Riley is one of those films. The trailer was funny and friends of mine seemed interested. … Continue reading Summer Catch Up Review: “Sorry to Bother You” is a Must-See Indie

Review: “Get Out” Talks to Us, and Enters the Pantheon of Horror Classics (SPOILERS)

Since the genre first found its way onto a silver screen, horror films have often found ways to be bigger than themselves. Back in 1965, a little film by the name "Night of the Living Dead" featured a blackprotagonist that becomes the hero of the film. While the world was deep in fights over segregation, George … Continue reading Review: “Get Out” Talks to Us, and Enters the Pantheon of Horror Classics (SPOILERS)