Thursday
Aug042016

Lights Out- New Release

Concise, compact, and straight-forward.

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Thursday
Aug042016

Star Trek: Beyond- New Release

More than anything this Star Trek felt like a Star Trek film again, something that J.J. Abrams wasn’t able to focus on and especially lost in Into the Darkness. 

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Thursday
Aug042016

Ghostbusters- New Release

2016’s biggest ecto-turd of the year, Paul Feig’s disastrous “Ghostbusters”.

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Thursday
Aug042016

The Secret Life of Pets- New Release

“The Secret Life of Pets” is all chaos and doesn’t have the wit nor the charm that many of its competitors have.

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Thursday
Aug042016

The Fundamentals of Caring- New Release

What this film does have, is the 5-tool actor Paul Rudd who if it was allowed by the government, we could print off his charm as viable U.S. currency.

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Monday
Jul112016

Swiss Army Man- New Release

“Swiss Army Man” may be the deepest and most thought provoking fart joke in cinematic history and is definitely worth a toot or two.

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Monday
Jul112016

The Shallows- New Release

Blake Lively continues to show me that there is something there waiting to break out, maybe.

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Monday
Jul112016

Central Intelligence- New Release

This film works only because of Johnson and Hart’s chemistry that bounces off each other like two positively charged ions, one being crazy huge and buff and the only really tiny and fast talking.

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Monday
Jul112016

The Conjuring 2- New Release

So rarely have I been so wooed by a film only to have the malevolent rug pulled from right under my hovering feet.

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Saturday
Jun112016

The Lobster- New Release

hearkens back to the beautiful misery that is “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”

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Saturday
Jun112016

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping- New Release

...deliver a movie with at least a joke a minute, which comes to at least 87 by my calculations, and there’s just enough that do work to make you forget about the plenty that don’t.  

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Saturday
Jun112016

X-Men: Apocalypse: New Release

If “X-Men: Apocalypse” the movie had a mutant power it would be that of muddling something by overstuffing it with bland action and blander villains.

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Saturday
Jun112016

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising: New Release

..and while “Neighbors 2” succeeds in showcasing Efron’s six-pack ab wonder emporium, just as before, it does not duplicate the previous accomplishments with it’s much-missed opportunities of a sequel.

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Saturday
Jun112016

Nice Guys- New Release

He mines that genre’s tropes for all it’s worth with his fantastic leads, and just like in “Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang”, he just absolutely rocks it with a very funny and very compelling detective story.

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Friday
May202016

Captain America: Civil War- New Release

...kudos to Marvel for wiping that horrible Batman V. Superman crappy taste out of my mouth.  

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Friday
May202016

Keanu- New Release

“Keanu” is the classic 3 minute sketch that was forced into a 100 minute film, and by my calculation that makes this film 33 times too long.

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Tuesday
May102016

Everybody Wants Some!- New Release

Here is a film perfect in it’s slice of time, killer soundtrack, super talented unknown cast that shouldn’t stay unknown, and perfect in it’s easy going swagger. 

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Tuesday
May102016

The Jungle Book- New Release

...this film’s light will definitely shine through for all ages.  

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Thursday
Apr212016

Hardcore Henry- New Release

“Hardcore Henry” may not evoke as much as Pauly Shore’s Hamlet, but it is harcore and for this film that’s enough to win the game.  

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Thursday
Apr212016

Midnight Special- New Release

I was left more than a tad frustrated as I tried to wade through all the never-ending vagueness that for this viewer, built up to nothing rewarding.

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