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Movie Review – If Beale Street Could Talk

  If you question what it means to be in love and not just love someone, If Beale Street Could Talk will truly give you clarity. This movie defines love while defying the odds. I was very enthralled in the plot of this movie, because every scene with Fonny and Tish seem to be intense […]

Movie Review – Holmes & Watson

  Holmes and Watson was really disappointing. Being a huge fan of the Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly comedy duo, I was expecting more. A lot more. I know these guys are amazing together; I personally think this film was simply poorly written. The characters lacked a depth that made you care about them, […]

Movie Review – The Mule

  Clint, how do you do it? Year after year, for how many years now? 50? 60? Do you ever get tired? Is it ever hard to drag yourself out of bed and face the cameras? I ask these questions because after seeing The Mule, I have to accept the fact that you are not […]

Movie Review – Widows

  Widows is a tightly wound drama that keeps you on the edge of your seat with perfect pacing, incredible acting and spot-on directing. I want to give kudos to Joe Walker for the amazing way this movie was edited. In the opening scene, he takes us from a sexy bedroom scene to a chaotic […]

Movie Review – The Girl in the Spider’s Web

  It’s a sad fact: sometimes a good book can make a not so good movie. Such is the case of The Girl in the Spider’s Web. The pacing was frenetic, making the plot hard to follow. There were scenes that went by so quickly, I hardly had time to incorporate them into the movie […]

Movie Review – The Sisters Brothers

When I saw this movie yesterday, I really disliked it. I thought I’d sleep on it and see where my mind was later. I still dislike it. Yes, it had an amazing cast. How can a movie with an ensemble like this not prove to be outstanding? I’m going to blame this on the writing. […]

Movie Review – Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer

I have to grade this movie the same way I grade animated films; by determining the target audience, and grading accordingly. Rotten Tomatoes audience score is at 98% as of this writing. So does this tell me most of the audience is made up of those who feel strongly about this issue, be it pro-choice […]

Movie Review – The Old Man & the Gun

Since The Old Man & The Gun is reported as being Robert Redford’s swan song; it seems only fitting that he reprises his most beloved character. As I sat in the theater, completely captivated by this movie, all I saw was the Sundance Kid, nonchalantly robbing one bank after another. So come on, Oscar committee, […]

Movie Review – The Hate U Give

  I expected this movie adaptation of Angela Thomas’ book of the same name to be exactly what it was—-racially tensed and enlightening. While many people are aware of a few victims involved in police altercations that led to their deaths by police officers such as Trayvon Martin, Botham Shem Jean, Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray, […]

Movie Review – Blindspotting

I think this movie was great. The acting and lyrical performance of Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal were excellent. I hope there are nominations in their future. The movie itself touched on the two serious topics of police shootings and gentrification. I like this movie because it discussed the dual effect that each topic has […]

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