Oh hey! I didn’t see you there. Come on in, I’ll tell you a little bit about a movie called Coco.
This is a tangent from the actual review, but I had theory that Murder on the Orient Express was gonna be a huge hit with the Tumblr art crowd.
Ah, Marvel. I know it isn’t quite time yet to be looking back on all of your films, but I can’t help but glance back right now.
Right off the bat I knew Suburbicon wasn’t gonna be what I thought.
Happy Death Day is an interesting movie. It uses the same premise as Groundhog Day and Edge of Tomorrow, living the same day over and over again.
This is a quickie review of a show I just finished, American Vandal. It’s a fictional series inspired by real documentary series like Making A Murderer, Serial, and the like.
Blade Runner is an interesting property. The first film premiered in 1982, and wasn’t much of a success. But it gained a cult following afterwards, fame growing steadily, until now, where it’s considered a classic.
It’s double feature time again, because I don’t have enough to say about either of these films to fill a regular review. Today I’ll be reviewing American Made and The LEGO Ninjago Movie, in that order, so here we go!
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the sequel to 2014’s massive success Kingsman: The Secret Service starring Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Colin Firth, and Julianne Moore. The Kingsman are a secret spy organization whose duty it is to protect the crown and country of England. Except they end up saving the world instead. It's based off the graphic novel The Secret Service by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.
Hoooooo boy, I’ve never had so many people wanting my opinion on something this bad before. It didn’t help that a couple friends had seen it early either, but that’s besides the point. My friends were raving about it, saying it was good, bad, and everything in between.