Streaming Services Attempt to Save the Movies

The holiday season isn’t going to feel the same without going to the movies with friends and family to see all of the latest hits. With the exception of “Wonder Woman 1984,” there aren’t any large...

“Mank” Makes Quite a Bit of Oscar Buzz

I need to preface this review by stating that David Fincher is my favorite director working in Hollywood today. Films of his like “Se7en,” “Fight Club” and “The Social Network” rank among my...

‘Let Him Go’ Leaves Much to be Missed

With COVID-19 cases spiking around the country and more films postponing their release dates, it looks as if we won’t be getting any major releases for the rest of 2020. With that being the case, if movie...

Borat is back, but is he better than ever?

It has been 14 years since Sacha Baron Cohen shook the film industry with the introduction to his now famous character, Borat Sagdiyev, a reporter from the nation of Kazakhstan. The character’s first...

Sorkin’s Social Network Remains Special

This month, 10 years ago, one of the most powerful, relevant and well-made films of the last 20 years was released. Not a mega-scale, blockbuster action movie or an 18th century period piece, but an...

‘On the Rocks’ is Easy Entertainment

There is still not much to be found when it comes to new movies that are being released exclusively in theaters. But, when a movie that is due to release on a streaming service is shown in theaters early,...

Netflix Nails it with “Chicago 7”

There has been a long stretch without a new release since “Tenet” hit theaters about four weeks ago. Netflix has been carrying the load in the meantime with films like, “I’m Thinking of Ending...

‘The Boys’ Barely Gets a Passing Grade

Last year, Amazon Studios released an adaptation of a lesser-known comic book series known as “The Boys” on their Amazon Prime streaming service. The premise is simple: What if the Justice League was run...