Movie Reviews

6.7

Resurrected and Reused

The Matrix: Resurrections

Jan 13, 2022Comments off

So I can’t necessarily say this is a good movie, but to me, it’s already an underrated one that deserves way more credit than it’s

8.8

Multiversally Magnificent

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Jan 13, 2022Comments off

No idea how this movie wasn’t an overstuffed train-wreck, so whatever happened to make it as good as it was needs to be distilled down,

8

Ghostly Good

Ghostbuster: Afterlife

Dec 14, 2021Comments off

Now, this is how you do a reboot/sequel decades after the fact right! Set in a sleepy Oklahoma town years after the original Ghostbusters have

7.2

Eternally Average

Eternals

Nov 28, 2021Comments off

Okay, this movie isn’t the travesty the Rotten Tomatoes score pegs it as, but it’s definitely something that needed a bit more tweaking before being

8.3

Dune-not Miss This One

Dune

Nov 28, 2021Comments off

I gotta say, I didn’t care much for Dune before this, but now I totally need the second part of this series to come out as soon

6.8

Hallowed Halloween

Halloween Kills

Nov 12, 2021Comments off

So I thought this film was fine, but boy does it do some things narratively that I wish it hadn’t. Taking place directly after the

8

A Proper Send Off

No Time To Die

Nov 06, 2021Comments off

And just like that, fifteen years plus of Daniel Craig’s James Bond is complete, and I have to say, what a way to go. Retired

6.5

Let There Be Mediocrity

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Oct 21, 2021Comments off

I feel like this one is what the original wanted to be, for better or worse, and we even got some Carnage this time around!

8.9

A Marvel Masterpiece

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Sep 22, 2021Comments off

Had to see this one twice just to make sure it was as good as I originally thought. Spoiler alert: it’s totally as good as

8.1

The Candyman Can

Candyman

Sep 08, 2021Comments off

This film might be a great update to an iconic horror franchise on its own, but I’m more so interested in director Nia DaCosta’s career