The Unbelievable Weight of Massive Talent is a meta-film based on legend Nicolas Cage, pulling together elements and nods to his massive filmography. It is a funny film, but Cage deserves a better homage.
The Bubble is a money-laundering, nepotism-riddled, time-wasting scheme concocted to masquerade as entertainment, designed to appeal to the lowest, most brain-dead tier of Netflix viewers who’s idea of ‘funny’ is people’s nuts getting grabbed, drug addicts raping computer programs and women being manipulated by their ex husbands.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Last Action Hero is a meta-film soft breaks the fourth wall, allowing us to examine the ridiculousness of our heroes and is a commentary on how an optimistic, immature audience views the infallible American ultra-hero.
Idris Elba and Jonathon Majors star in a fantastic, true-to-genre western full of dramatic one-liners, unforgettable outlaws and a whole lot of gunfire.
Eternals is the MCU's least MCU film. It is also the worst representation of Indian culture since Temple of Doom in 1984.
I say this with a heavy heart that The Batman (2022) is not as amazing as everyone will tell you that it is
The recent disaster-parody film Don't Look Up offers a bleak reflection of our society from the past few years, and it should scare you not because the end of the world is terrifying, but because the film is so accurate.
So I watched another comic book movie set in San Francisco during the throes of my homesickness. Unfortunately this one only spends a small portion in the city, and I gotta say- I want more… Kung Fu MCU Shang-Chi: The Legend of the Ten Rings is probably the best, most satisfying MCU media to be... Continue Reading →
I watched this movie back in 2018, and wrote the review a month later in 2019. I'm publishing it tonight to recommend it as a fun Halloween watch. Vampires and gore are not much my thing, and Interview with the Vampire is quite a bit of both. It’s a dramatic, flowing, musical tale, with a... Continue Reading →