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‘Knives Out’ Delivers a Sharp Take on the Whodunit Film Genre With a Solid Ensemble Cast

Wealthy crime novelist Harlan Thrombey invites his family to his mansion for his 85th birthday party. The next morning, Harlan's housekeeper finds him dead,...

The Rise of Skywalker Has Some Major Plot Issues But Overall I Enjoyed It (Review with Spoilers)

There was so much riding on The Rise of Skywalker. From picking up a lot of pieces left behind by the first two films...

Cats Review: A Nightmarish Lesson in Adapting Musicals into Movies

Cats, the 1981 Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on a book of cat poems by T.S. Eliot, is weird. It’s about a tribe of...

Film Rewind: a Review of Warriors of Virtue (1997)

When I was a kid, I was obsessed with Power Rangers, Ronin Warriors, VR Troopers, Ninja Turtles, Beetleborgs, and pretty much any super-powered team...

JoJo Rabbit is the Most Emotionally Moving Film We Have Seen in a Long Time (Review)

Every year moviegoers are bombarded with World War II films. All across the globe, moviemakers are piecing together their vision of their epic pieces...

Joker is an Emotional Ride that Gives a Deep Look into the Psyche of the Greatest Villain of All Time

No one really had any doubts about Joaquin Phoenix taking on the role of the Joker. He has the acting chops and resume that...

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood… Is Tarantino Storytelling At Its Finest – Our Review

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood feels like the movie Quentin Tarantino has wanted to make his entire career.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Stands Out as the Pinnacle of Spidey’s Theatrical Films

Before Far From Home, there was The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and before that there was Raimi's Spider-Man 2. One of these was a disappointment...

Aladdin (2019): Not Exactly The Diamond In The Rough We Were Looking For. Our Review

Disney probably could have skipped out on a live-action remake of this one. But you know, money.

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum: He’s Back… Again, Beautifully Dropping More Bodies Than Ever Before. Our Review

How many more different ways can one man kill a person? Apparently a lot.

Detective Pikachu: Ryan Reynolds and the CGI Pokemon Work, the Human Cast Does Not. Our Review

I gotta hand it to the folks behind Detective Pikachu. The CGI Pokemon, while probably quite difficult to translate on screen, was pretty solid...

Avengers: Endgame, Our Spoiler-Free Review

      The movie is incredible. Go see it.       

Warning: Do Your Best To Avoid The New Hellboy

To be completely honest, this isn't a film worth a lengthy review, so we're just going to get right to it: Hellboy is bad. Like really bad.

Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Is The Crossover We Didn’t Know We Needed

While at WonderCon in Anaheim on Sunday we had the honor of being in attendance of the world premiere of DC's latest animated feature...

Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ is Another Masterpiece that you Have to See – Our Spoiler-Free Review

'Us' is an intense, clever, and fun experience that you have to... well, experience. It will keep you on the edge of your seat...

Every MCU Film’s Rotten Tomatoes Score- Some Fans May Agree, Others May Be Furious

Captain Marvel is the final MCU film before the climactic conclusion of Marvel's Avengers: Endgame. We gathered all the scores from RT, and we...

Jason Momoa is Right for Aquaman, Everything Else is Wrong – Our Review

Jason Momoa was the right choice to portray Arthur Curry, but everything else about Warner Bros. & DC's Aquaman is so wrong that you'll...

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Is The Best Spider-Man Movie Of All Time

Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse, a PG-rated animated Spider-Man movie made by Sony, is the greatest Spider-Man movie ever made. Period.

DB Super: Broly is an Insane, Intense, and Incredible Theatrical Experience. Here is our Spoiler-Free Review

Last night, FUNimation invited us to come out to the DB Super: Broly premiere in downtown Los Angeles at the Chinese Theater.