‘Bad Trip’ Is A Bad Watch

If there is one genre of movies that I have a complicated relationship with, it’s films driven by pranks. Very few manage to weave in a coherent narrative within the movie’s structure without being solely...

‘Cherry’ Is A Rollercoaster Gone Wrong

Man, I really wanted to like “Cherry.” Tom Holland is a great actor, and I have loved Anthony and Joe Russos’ work since their days on “Community.” Right on the heels of “Avengers: Endgame,” the...

The Lord Of The Rings Still Reigns Supreme

It’s been 20 years since the release of “The Fellowship of the Ring,” the first movie in Peter Jackson’s adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings,” and the fact that these movies...

McDormand Marvels in “Nomadland”

“Nomadland,” directed by Chloe Zhao, finally came out to be seen nationwide after what has felt like such a long build up. I first heard about “Nomadland” in August of last year, as it was being touted...

A Guess for the Golden Globes

Awards season is fast approaching for a year which felt like hardly any movies came out in the first place. This is made clear when looking at the nominees for the 78th Golden Globe Awards, where some...

Brady Brings Back Seventh Super Bowl Win

At the very least, two lessons were learned from watching Super Bowl LV: Tom Brady is without a doubt the greatest player in National Football League history and the Kansas City Chiefs still have a ways to go...

“Malcolm and Marie” is Mediocre at Best

“Malcolm & Marie” is among the few recent films that was written and made during the COVID-19 pandemic and then released on a streaming service. HBO Max had “Locked Down,” which directly referenced...