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Birds of Prey- Review ...

“Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” is the first time a minor DC character gets her own movie. I’m glad the character was a fun one like Harley Quinn, because Fun is the name of the game when it comes to this film. Don’t come expecting “Joker” and you won’t […]

Terminator: Dark Fate...

“I’ll be back!” Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are back and fighting for the future of mankind! Skynet was defeated with the prolonging of John Connor’s life… Yes, prolonging, Sarah Connor wasn’t successful in protecting her son for long. The machines were adamant in seeing that their future would happen. Having escaped to Mexico for […]

How Dark Crystal: Age of Resis...

We are living in a peculiar age, one where our favorite childhood movies are being remade, rebooted, sequeled, prequeled, and more because if there’s one thing that can entice today’s fickle audience: it’s nostalgia.  Prequels, of course, always set out to resonate with the intended audience, but we’ve seen plenty that have failed to fully […]

The Ballad of Buster S...

Name: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Directed By: Joel and Ethan Coen Year: 2018 Genre: Western/Comedy/Drama/Musical Starring: Tim Blake. Liam Neeson, James Franco, Tom Waits, & Clancy Brown Although premiering on Netflix over a year ago, the popular streaming service cranks out so much content that there are so many good movies that go unnoticed. […]

Spider-Man: Far From H...

“Spiderman: Far From Home” is the final movie in phase III of the Marvel cinematic universe, or MCU, and it was an entertaining and successful effort! Would it be weird to call it cute? It felt cute. It was cute, but like, in a super hero kind of way. The plot has Peter Parker going […]

Childs Play (2019)-Rev...

The reboot of the classic 1990s horror movie about a childhood toy that comes to life has been updated with modern technology and modern kids. I practically grew up with the Child’s Play franchise and have been a long time fan. Despite these facts I entered into the reboot with an open mind, and I […]

Pokémon: Detective Pi...

I’m not going to lie. When I first heard they were making Pokémon into a live action movie my heart sank. As a lifelong Pokémon Master, I dreaded to think of what they would do to my beloved characters. Given the track record of recent live action efforts I had legitimate reasons for concern. The […]

Marvel Avengers: Infinity War ...

Directed By: Anthony and Joe Russo Starring: Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Holland, Chadwick Boseman, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillian, Tom Hiddleston, Paul Bethany, Chris, Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen…and the rest of the marvel cinematic universe. Thanos is demanding silence hence the popular anti-spoiler hashtag, #ThanosDemandsYourSilence, […]

Game Over, Man!- Revie...

GAME OVER, MAN! (2018) Directed by: Kyle Newacheck Starring: Adam Devine, Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, Daniel Stern, Neal McDonough THE PLOT: Three ambitious best friends Alexxx, Darren, and Joel, are stuck in a dead end job as hotel housekeepers. They do their best to make their day to day lives suck less, like playing in […]


Directed By: Julius Onah Produced by: J.J. Abrams Bad Robot Productions Starring: Daniel Brühl, Elizabeth Debicki, Aksel Hennie, Chris O’Dowd,  Mbatha-Raw, and Zhang Ziyi A surprise is always best when you have no idea that it’s coming. It’s even better when that surprise is something that you didn’t know you wanted but happy you have […]

A Futile and Stupid G...

Director: David Wain Starring: Will Forte, Martin Mull, Domhnall Gleeson In the 80’s, the Saturday Night Live “Not Ready For Primetime Players” were a group of some of the biggest influences in comedy still to this day. Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, John Belushi, Steve Martin, Gilda Radner, and Eddie Murphy were at their hungriest, most […]

Jumanji: Welcome to t...

When I first heard about a new Jumanji movie starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, I was skeptical. Then I heard that Kevin Hart and Jack Black were going to be apart of the cast and I was less skeptical and a lot more curious. The story of a jungle board game that brings the action to real […]

Netflix’s Bright-Re...

Bright is social satire with a fantasy twist. The city of Los Angeles, and we can assume the world, is a place where Orcs, Elves, and Dwarves have always been a part of life. Sounds good to me! Imagine the Lord of The Rings in our reality and you’ve got Bright. The story is about […]

Star Wars Episode VIII...

It’s taken me a few days of trying to gather my thoughts about what to say regarding “The Last Jedi” but all that keeps coming to mind is “Now, that’s what I call a f$*%ng Star Wars movie!” There’s just so much going on in The Last Jedi! Rian Johnson brings his dramatic and comedic […]

The Shape of Water-Rev...

The Shape of Water Director: Guillermo Del Toro Starring: Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Octavia Specer, and Michael Shannon Guillermo Del Toro has proven that he is a master of the weird and strange. Mimic, Pans Labyrinth, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, and now The Shape of Water.  Del Toro’s latest effort fits perfectly into his steam punk-horror style that […]

Thor: Ragnarok-Review...

The third installment of Thor’s Marvel Cinematic Story, THOR: RAGNAROK, takes us to a new world, has some great cameo’s both by other MCU heroes and Hollywood celebrities, and a fantastic soundtrack. Of course Stan Lee makes an appearance, and probably one of my most favorite of his cameo’s so far. Thor Ragnarok was one […]


Death Note, the latest Netflix Original, is the reimagining of a story that, in Japan, already has 2 novels, 4 Films, a Manga series, a Television Series, 2 video games, and a mini series well established over the last decade. Of course you’re going to piss off “Internet trolls” and “Fanboys” who have no idea […]

Lost In London Live! Review

Thanks to Fathom Events we got the chance to see Lost in London Live! A historic event in cinema history! Lost In London is a “based on true events” movie about Woody Harrelson during a particularly “bad night” in London. Some poor choices has his marriage on the rocks, he’s at risk of losing his family, and […]

Where is Lando?

Jondee here at Socorro, It was unusual to not see Billy Dee Williams in The Force Awakens, especially since he did voice work for Star Wars: Rebels, first in “Idiot’s Array” (2015) and then “Siege of Lothal” (2015), he likes the character. I think I may have an idea on it. I think he is […]

Hidden Figures Review!

Jondee here at West Area Computers, I saw the movie’s poster last year and was just fascinated by it, I have never heard about these remarkable women, then again history has a way of brushing away the extraordinary. The Space Race was never better depicted than here, the tension of the Russian accomplishments and the […]

The Fate of Leia

Jondee here on Espirion, It was unexpected to lose our princess, but she has no end in the new films as of yet. So what would be the most satisfying and respectful end for the character? Colin Trevorrow in a Hollywood Reporter article is said to meet on January 10 for story meetings that will […]

Silence Review

Jondee here at Nagasaki, Silence is a film in limited release from December 23rd and will be in wide release in January of next year. It is noted as a work that took director Martin Scorsese two years to make and it shows in the subject matter. The faith part of this movie somehow made […]

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story R...

Jondee here on Scarif, I solemnly swear as a Star Warrior not to reveal anything, there are character names and settings, that is not in the trailers. The anthology or Star Wars Story films give some hope in allowing filmmakers expand on the SW universe in new directions. All credit for Rogue One has to […]

Moana Review!

Jondee here at Motunui, New Zealand, ALOHA Kakou! Disney had the modern Hawai’i in Lilo & Stitch (2002), but this film is going full Polynesian. It is okay as an animated film, a bit long as a musical, but still fun with some incredible visuals. Directed by the Disney team of Ron Clements and John […]

Fantastic Beasts Review!

Jondee here at MACUSA, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is an original story from J.K. Rowling, a prequel series in a way to Harry Potter, and brings new characters, setting, and creatures to the Wizarding World. This is Rowling’s first foray into screenwriting and if you have read her books, then you might […]

The Arrival Review!

Jondee here at the Shell (I think there is a Ghost somewhere in here), The Arrival takes it’s time. Literally. I feel like two weeks have passed and nodded off twice at the beginning of the movie. It picks up when we finally see the aliens called Heptapods for their seven appendages. This is not […]

Doctor Strange Review!

Jondee here at the Sanctum Santorum, Doctor Strange is an interesting addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe by director Scott Derrickson. Chimes ring as three hooded figures into an Eastern temple. The guardian is caught around the arms and legs and lifted up to be beheaded by their leader, Kaecililus (Mads Mikkelsen). The mystic villain […]

Shin Godzilla Review!

Jondee here at Tokyo, Shin Godzilla, Shin means “new” in Japanese (the film is subtitled), is the latest in the Toho Godzilla films with the last one, the wretched Godzilla: Final Wars (2004), putting to sleep Big G for twelve years. This is a limited screening, until Oct. 18, by Funimation. Now Godzilla has wakened […]

Queen of Katwe Review!

Jondee here in Uganda, Queen of Katwe is sublime. It is a cinematic experience to lift you up with hope. You will love this film if you are a human being. This film gives a true picture of Africa, not it’s conflict, or tribal people, all real, but this story reveals the spirit of Africa. […]

Magnificent Seven Review!

Jondee here at Rose Creek, The Magnificent Seven is a remake of the 1960 western which in turn was a remake of the 1954 samurai film, Seven Samurai by Akira Kurosawa. Director Antoine Fuqua has a love of all of those films, the one movie that pointed this out to me, was his 2004 King Arthur film […]