REVIEW: THE LAUNDROMAT (2019)

“Think of this as fairytale that actually happened.”  The Laundromat tells several stories, narrated by two extravagant looking men, following the aftermath of a boating accident and those who were directly affected. But after finding out the insurance company –not only– wasn’t covering the boat, but also run by a company who scammed thousands of…

LITTLE REVIEW: MURDER MYSTERY (2019)

“You’re an actress, right?” “All women are actresses, dear. I’m just clever enough to get paid for it.”  Murder Mystery is the newest Netflix comedy from Adam Sandler and tells the story of Nick and Audrey Spitz, a couple setting off on a European vacation as they celebrate their recent anniversary. But after being invited…

REVIEW: FYRE (2019) AND FYRE FRAUD (2019)

“No, it’s not fraud. It’s uh… it’s false advertising.” It’s a battle of the documentaries with Netflix’s Fyre and Hulu’s Fyre Fraud. These two docs show the now infamous luxury music festival that was basically the festival from hell. If you have heard the news stories, or the read the social media posts informing us…

REVIEW: BIRD BOX (2018)

“Listen to me, we’re going on a trip now, it’s going to be rough. If you hear something in the woods, you tell me. If you hear something in the water, you tell me. But under no circumstances are you allowed to take off your blindfold.” Bird Box tells the story of Malorie, a pregnant…

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: Beasts of No Nation

Beasts of No Nation tells about a Civil War in an unnamed African country through the eyes of a young boy named Agu. Who after seeing his family murdered, is forced to become a child soldier. Written and directed by Cary Fukunaga (True Detective, Season One), Beasts of No Nation has no sympathy for the…

I Need a Flix: April 2014

With several key movies leaving at the end of March(The Truman Show, Sunset Boulevard, Oldboy, Breakfast at Tiffany’s), here’s what we have to at least look forward to at the beginning of April. Looks like we’re getting some good ones. Happy Netflixing! – Amistad – Barton Fink – Braveheart – Chinatown – Click – Close…