Tag: Reviews

SORRY TO BOTHER YOU Review

SORRY TO BOTHER YOU Review

Famed musician Boots Riley’s directorial debut SORRY TO BOTHER YOU has a great politically charged message, but is the film well crafted?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 1 day ago
THE FIRST PURGE Review

THE FIRST PURGE Review

Five years and three films later, is THE FIRST PURGE a necessary prequel?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 1 week ago
'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' Review

'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' Review

The first Sicario was a delicate cinematic depiction of a horrifying cartel war on the Mexican border. This new sequel is bolder and more character-focused, but does it live up to its infamous predecessor?

By Barney on Movies | Leave a Comment | Published 2 weeks ago
'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' Review

'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' Review

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? is a film that tells the story of Mister Rogers (from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood), but does it live up to the hype?

By Jordan Ryan Lester | Leave a Comment | Published 3 weeks ago
'The Year of Spectacular Men' Review

'The Year of Spectacular Men' Review

Perpetually confounded Izzy Klein just can’t seem to get a grasp on being adult. She expects answers to her deepest questions, yet the further she goes into her own life story, the more confused she becomes. Could the concrete ending she seeks merely signal the end of her prologue?

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'Mountain' Review

'Mountain' Review

There’s a mystique to mountains like Everest and those found within the Himalayas. Director Jennifer Peedom offers a chance to explore the mysteries from the safety of your couch thanks to Go-Pros, drones, and helicopters. Prepare yourself to experience wonders only the bold challenge themselves to see.

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'Love, Simon' Film & 4K Ultra HD / Blu-ray Review

'Love, Simon' Film & 4K Ultra HD / Blu-ray Review

'Love, Simon' is based on 'Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda' a highly successful award-winning young adult novel from back in 2015. In *Love, Simon*, we meet Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) a...

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Review

'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Review

It’s true: “no-one’s impressed by a dinosaur anymore,” but does director J.A. Bayona work his magic and think small with this Jurassic World sequel, or does it all the spectacle wind up feeling empty?

By Barney on Movies | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'The Strangers: Prey at Night' Film & Blu-ray Review

'The Strangers: Prey at Night' Film & Blu-ray Review

'The Strangers: Prey at Night' is the long-awaited sequel to the excellent 'The Strangers' from way back in 2008. I call *The Strangers: Prey at Night* a sequel very lightly. The only details it shares is...

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
ATLFF Review: 'American Animals'

ATLFF Review: 'American Animals'

'American Animals' is written and directed by Bart Layton and tells the story of the 2004 Transylvania University book heist, where four students attempted to steal a collection of rare books from the university libraries restricted section.

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago