REVIEW: THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020)

“He said that wherever I went, he would find me, walk right up to me, and I wouldn’t be able to see him.” There’s a growing trend with modern horror movies. The usual ones that invade our cinemas consist of cheap spooks and scares, gory scenes, and just bland storylines. It’s the ongoing repetitive nature…

REVIEW: THE LAST THING HE WANTED (2020)

“In a perfect world we make perfect choices. In the real world we make real choices.” If you find yourself asking, “what did I just watch,” and proceed to shut off your television after watching The Last Thing He Wanted, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The Last Thing He Wanted tells the tale of Elena…

REVIEW: THE GENTLEMEN (2020)

“There’s only one rule in the jungle: when the lion’s hungry, he eats!” Director Guy Ritchie is back to his roots with the release of The Gentlemen. Set in London, The Gentlemen tells the story of Mickey Pearson, a former American who makes his living as a wealthy weed producer. Now, at this point in…

REVIEW: CLEMENCY (2019)

“I do my job.” It’s a turbulent time for our justice system, and I’m sure I don’t have to go into specifics of the ongoing tensions. Because of that, it’s time for our movies to reflect the situation we find ourselves in, and tell a gripping story that will impact and inspire us to do…

REVIEWS: UNCUT GEMS (2019)

“You’re the most annoying person I’ve ever known.” Coming off 2017s Good Time, Benny and Josh Safdie are back with another insane cinematic experience. Uncut Gems tells the story of Howard Ratner, a jewelry owner who is known to be on the losing end of both bad business deals, and outrageous sports bets. But when…

REVIEW: MIDSOMMAR (2019)

“Hi. Hello. There you are! Listen, you can’t speak. You can’t move. Alright? Good.” Horror films come and go as time goes on. It’s relatively hard to find a film that will continue to haunt you years later. But director Ari Aster, who made a name for himself with 2018s Hereditary, has creatively produced a…

REVIEW: A HIDDEN LIFE (2019)

“People look up and dream that if they had lived during Christ’s time, they wouldn’t have done what the others did.” There’s a pride that comes with supporting your country, even during the worst times. But when it comes to war, and many problematic issues that envelope our motherland, there are those few who stand…

REVIEW: 1917 (2019)

“They’re walking into a trap. Your orders are to deliver a message calling off tomorrow morning’s attack. If you fail, it will be a massacre.” Films about World War 1 are not often made when compared to World War 2 or Vietnam. There have been a few great WW1 films. All Quiet on the Western…