I review the fittingly named film, "The Gray Man" for being very gray and unoriginal.
2012 film "Killing Them Softly" is still surprisingly and depressingly applicable to America in 2022.
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.
We've all pondered if Nicolas Cage is a capable actor or a maniac. I took the plunge and sampled the different faces of Cage, to define the enigma using films Outcast, Con Air, and Leaving Las Vegas.
The A24 film Everything Everywhere All At Once is a wonderful, colorful, bold and heartfelt film. It is undoubtably one of the best movies I have ever seen in my life.
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.
Sony's Morbius is a poor attempt at getting us to care about a worse depiction of vampires than Edward Cullens in The Batman.