REVIEW: ZOMBIELAND – DOUBLE TAP (2019)

“When you love something, you shoot it in the face, so it doesn’t become a flesh eating monster.” Zombieland: Double Tap continues 10 years after the original Zombieland, and tells the story of Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita, and Little Rock on their journey through the zombie apocalypse. But as relationships begin to crumble, and their now…

REVIEW: JEXI (2019)

“What does this bitch have that I don’t?” “Well, a soul, for one.” “Does she have Google maps?” “No!” Jexi tells the story of Phil, a young man who’s obsessed with his cell phone. I mean, he takes it EVERYWHERE. But when an accident forces him to get a new phone with the newest operating…

REVIEW: THE ADDAMS FAMILY (2019)

“Pink is a gateway color!” The Addams Family, based on the cartoons by Charles Addams, follows Gomez and Morticia Addams, and their two children Wednesday and Pugsley, as their dark and ghoulish lives are disrupted by the start of a new and flashy housing development. But when the Addams family tries to be welcoming of…

REVIEW: GEMINI MAN (2019)

“When I saw him, it was like I was seeing a ghost. Like every trigger I’ve ever pulled.” Gemini Man tells the story of Henry, an all-star hitman for a CIA-like government entity, who after his retirement, leaves this government entity out a marksman. But when Henry begins to find out about the behind the…

REVIEW: JOKER (2019)

“I used to think that my life was a tragedy, but now I realize, it’s a comedy.” Joker, an origin story about Batman’s notorious arch-nemesis, tells the story of Arthur Fleck, a man who is down on his luck and seems to suffer from a brain injury that causes compulsive laughter, and therefore, doesn’t allow…

LITTLE REVIEW: BEETLEJUICE (1988)

“Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!” Beetlejuice tells the story of a recently deceased young couple, who after making their way back into their home, soon find out that a new “eccentric” family has moved in. But in the process of trying to scare away the new family, to which no scare tactics seem to work, the young…

REVIEW: JUDY (2019)

“I’m only Judy Garland for an hour a night. The rest of the time, I’m part of a family. I just want what everybody wants. I just seem to have a harder time getting it.” Judy, based on the play, End of the Rainbow by Peter Quilter, tells the story of legendary actress Judy Garland…

REVIEW: GALAXY QUEST (1999)

“Never give up. Never surrender.” Before the explosion of comic cons and expos, Galaxy Quest showed audiences the thrill of living and breathing a fandom, much like the Trekkies who love their Star Trek. The film tells the story of a group of has-been actors who now go around to conventions, say their signature lines,…

REVIEW: AD ASTRA (2019)

“I do what I do, because of my Dad.” Ad Astra tells the story of Roy McBride, an astronaut, who after an explosion kills his whole crew, is questioned by government officials. To Ray’s surprise, the questioning is about a mission 30 years prior, called the Lima Project, where the authorities believe that Ray’s father,…