REVIEW: 13 REASONS WHY

In this Selena Gomez produced Netflix series, based on the critically acclaimed book by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why focuses upon suicide in a way that other films haven’t touched upon. Our story follows Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) as he receives a mysterious package on his doorstep. The package contains 7 tapes from his classmate…

REVIEW: THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

Here comes another installment of Fast and Furious. Once again satisfying thrill seeking adrenaline junkies. Yes, it’s another installment of the famous Fast and Furious franchise. But this time, The Fate of the Furious takes us on a chaotic adventure as Dom (Vin Diesel) goes rogue and is forced to work with Cipher (Charlize Theron).…

REVIEW: ALL ABOUT EVE

As a timeless classic, All About Eve strikes at the core of the entertainment industry. In a time when classic films are becoming more and more available to us through blu-rays or streaming services, it’s hard to say why I took this long to view film. Now, in what seems like near obsession, my mind…

REVIEW: MISS SLOANE

Miss Sloane brings us a decent political thriller, only to fall short of movie gold.  It’s hard to say what the overall goal was in this film, Miss Sloane. Although a decent political thriller, this film flip flops too many times to keep track, which ends up being its downfall. Miss Sloane takes us into…

REVIEW: LA LA LAND

From the Writer/Director of Whiplash, comes a romantic tale of two young souls trying to achieve their dreams in Los Angeles. In a time when the only musicals released are those premiering on the Disney Channel, or live musicals on NBC, films like La La Land are a breath of fresh air. I have always…

REVIEW: JASON BOURNE

Jason Bourne is the newest film in the Bourne franchise, thus bringing back Matt Damon to play our beloved titular character. But is Damon’s return to the action packed franchise too little too late? Jason Bourne is back to beat up bad guys and to search for answers. As he slips in and out of…

REVIEW: GHOSTBUSTERS (2016)

The Ghostbusters are back, or should I say rebooted, in this ghoulish comedy from Paul Feig. Ghostbusters is pretty straight forward compared to the last two original films, starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis. However, this time the Ghostbusters are women, and this time, it’s as if the original Ghostbusters don’t exist. But…