Movie Review – Top Gun 1986

Just as the same man cannot step into the same river twice, neither can the same movie critic review the same movie twice. The movie may not change, but the reviewer is never the same from one viewing to the next. Especially when there are about 30 years between viewings. I know from firsthand experience […]


Movie Review – Men

I saw Men last night. It’s been twelve hours since I was sitting in my seat and I’m still confused by what I saw. I was hoping for an epiphany overnight but alas, I’m still scratching my head. It’s at this point in my review I would like to give a shout-out to the most […]

Movie review-Love and Monsters

Love and Monsters is a delightful movie (Streaming on Amazon Prime Video) that is similar to Zombieland in many respects. The acting in Love and Monsters is refreshingly good, specifically by Dylan O’Brien (Maze Runner) who plays the main character Joel. The synergy between Michael Matthews (writer/director) and Dylan’s acting skills helped create a really well […]

MCU Disney+ Review – What If…?

Believe it or believe it not, the stuff that gets written here does have the semblance of a plan about it. Despite being spread half way around the world and separated by several time zones we do take the opportunity to chat whenever we can. And we do manage to talk about things other than […]


Movie Review – Memory

The easiest way to explain Memory is it’s a memory of all of Liam Neeson past movies. It’s Liam doing his thing like always. He still impressed me with his ability to crush the bad guys at 69 years old. That’s where the great stuff ends. I felt like the supporting cast fell flat. The […]


Movie Review – The Bad Guys

The Bad Guys was super funny. The whole theater was laughing almost the whole time. What I find even better is that there was major humor but there was also a strong moral message. This movie would be great for children five and up. The message is very well stated in a manner that they would understand. For the […]


Movie Review – The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

Where to start? This was such a fun movie from so many angles. Near the end of the movie I realized I had been smiling for who knows how long because everything was just so much fun. And it just makes me want to do a Nick Cage marathon and rewatch the classics: Raising Arizona, Con Air, The […]


Movie Review – The Northman

I can’t say that I hated this movie. But I didn’t like it a lot. The acting was as dreary as the Icelandic weather This was one of those movies that you could barely tell was shot in color. The sky and landscape are uniformly gray throughout most of the movie. Clearly, that was on […]


Movie Review – Father Stu

Father Stu was so much more than I was expecting. Mark Wahlberg really nailed it. I could feel his pain and suffering and the faith that he developed. The transition that his character goes through is remarkable. This was based on a true story, my heart goes out to this guy. At every attempt of […]

Movie Review – Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore

Every so often there’ll come a film that is looked forward to for various reasons. New James Bond adventures are up there, certainly. Something from the Marvel or DC worlds providing it hasn’t got Jared Leto attached. I even remember the days when a Carry On film was something to look forward to! The Harry […]

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