Category: Reviews

Red Notice Review: A lot of money spent for a muddled mess

Red Notice Review: A lot of money spent for a muddled mess

For a while now, Netflix has been able to garner the absolute cream of the crop for their shows and movies. Until Don’t Look Up comes out in December, Red Notice holds the crown for the absolute most star power in one film to grace the streaming service. While it stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, … Continue reading Red Notice Review: A lot of money spent for a muddled mess

Matt’s Movie Review Roundup

Here’s a look at the new films I saw this week, including the Hallmark Christmas Movie Corner. If you’d like to see more of my scores for films and thoughts, feel free to follow me on Letterboxd here. Belfast (Theaters)Starring: Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds, Judi Dench, Caitriona Balfe, and Jude HillSynopsis: Belfast is a drama … Continue reading Matt’s Movie Review Roundup

Fall TV Roundup, Week 11

We’re less that two weeks from Thanksgiving. There are some big stunts appearing on Network television while the cable and streaming outlets are launching new series that have been highly anticipated. Between that, the trappings of the holidays and the convergence of a lot of different sports seasons, all that can leave your free time … Continue reading Fall TV Roundup, Week 11

2021 AFI Festival Review: The First Wave is the must-see documentary of the decade

2021 AFI Festival Review: The First Wave is the must-see documentary of the decade

Director: Matthew HeinemanPlot: A documentary following nurses, doctors, and administrators as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. I like to watch movies for escape. Often, we are smacked in the face with a bit of reality while we watch a film, but it doesn’t always have to come from a documentary. We can see reality … Continue reading 2021 AFI Festival Review: The First Wave is the must-see documentary of the decade