I was initially surprised to see the nail-biting 2015 drama Sicario get a direct sequel. The film was pretty conclusive and didn’t leave much story left to be told, so it was interesting to see what they’d do next. What was even better about this news was that Benicio Del Toro, arguably the best character in the film, would be reprising his role as a mysterious … Continue reading Sicario: Day of the Soldado Review
Here they are, the worst films I forced myself to sit through in 2017. Each was excruciatingly painful to watch, and I contemplated leaving the theater in just about every scenario. This list is of course based on what I was able to go out and see this year, so there may be some films not on this list that very well should be. Like … Continue reading The Worst Movies of 2017
The Emoji Movie takes everything selfish and wrong with our technology-obsessed generation and wears it like a badge. The film, which revolves around smartphone emojis, exists for the sole purpose to appeal to the masses, with zero attempts at creativity made. Films like The Emoji Movie are my least favorite kind of film to watch, ones that indulge in overused tropes and treat the audience … Continue reading The Emoji Movie: The Death of Creativity
Well folks, its happened. Hollywood has completely run out of ideas for major film releases. So far this year we have received remake after reboot after pointless sequel. And as expected, most fell flat on their faces. Only a select few will stand the passage of time as memorable films. And from the looks of it, 2017 isn’t going to be any better. So far … Continue reading Remakes and Reboots and Sequels! Oh My!
Almost every time I go to the theater nowadays, my enjoyment of watching the film is broken by someone being incredibly rude or obnoxious. Sometimes it’s a person eating food very loudly. Other times it’s someone actually taking a phone call in the theater, and they don’t courteously leave. I would like to discuss a few of my experiences in the theater that have annoyed … Continue reading Annoying People at the Movies
The Secret Life of Pets is a fun family adventure that anyone, especially children, can love. The Secret Life of Pets stars a dog named Max (Louis C. K.) who has to get used to sharing the love of his owner with a new dog in the house named Duke (Eric Stonestreet). The two are forced to embark on an adventure together, all while … Continue reading The Secret Life of Pets Review