Boogie is one of the best basketball movies since the 1990’s. Featuring an all star cast giving all star performances and a unique story that’s a slam dunk with audiences. I myself am not personally a basketball fan, but I found this movie really compelling due to its social commentary.Continue reading “Boogie(2021) Review best basketball movie since the 90’s”
The United States Vs Billie Holiday, is another problematic biographical film of the rise of Billie Holiday. That features a terrific performance from Andra Day, even if she does chew up scenery. Let us not be clear she is the main reason to watch this film.Continue reading “The United States Vs Billie Holiday review”
Cherry is an unrelenting, nerve wracking over-the-top War Drama that in which Star Tom Holland(Spider-Man:Homecoming, Avengers: Endgame) gives a performance of a lifetime as Nico Walker, I don’t think there’s anyway Tom will ever top this performance. Though he is still very young in his career this is how exceptional this performance is.Continue reading “Cherry Review”
After the death of their mother, blind and deaf sisters Anna and Beth live happily in a secluded small town with Father. However, when a neighbor stops by, Anna and Beth begin to question Father’s medical diagnoses and start to realize his intentions are more sinister than they could have imagined.
Shot in the haunting ephemeral landscapes of Vermont, and at times disturbing,
Nomadland deserves all the credit it’s getting, from its acting, directing, and cinematography! It’s a breathtaking marvel that is deserving of an Imax screen.
A woman embarks on a journey through the American West after losing everything during the recession.Continue reading “Nomadland Review”
Silk Road,is just one of those movies that hits you like a hurricane and impresses you with the cast performances that you typically don’t see from them.Continue reading “Silk Road Review”
A Korean American family moves to an Arkansas farm in search of its own American dream. Amidst the challenges of this new life in the strange and rugged Ozarks, they discover the undeniable resilience of family and what really makes a homeContinue reading “Minari review- One of the most beautiful movies of the year”
Greenland is probably the most surprising disaster flick to come out in recent memory. Coming into it I wasn’t expecting much when I first rented it with my dad, not knowing I would also be getting the Blu for review but man is it worth it. It’s bug it’s loud and unexpectedly full of heart and charisma from Gerard Butler, in one of his best performances.Continue reading “Greenland Blu-Ray Review”
Barb and Star may be the best thing to hit comedy in a VERY LONG TIME and I honestly hope this launches an endless amount of movies where they travel the world because in a pandemic driven world we need laughter like this especially now. Brought to you by the gals who brought us Bridesmaids may have given an even funnier experience.Continue reading “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar Review”
Looks like HBO Max and Warner Bros. Finally have a real winner on their hands with Judas and the Black Messiah featuring powerhouse performances that will you keep you talking long after the movie is over including a towering Martin Sheen as J Edgar Hoover.Continue reading “Judas and The Black Messiah Review”