Category: Ricky’s Reviews

The True Adventures of Wolfboy Review

The True Adventures of Wolfboy Review

Follows a young boy who runs away from home in the search of his estranged mother. Our movie begins with the introduction to Paul, a.k.a. Wolfboy, and how he is uncomfortable in his skin because he has wolf tendencies with more hair on his face. We have a moment where these kids are making fun … Continue reading The True Adventures of Wolfboy Review

AFI Fest: Best Films of the Festival

AFI Fest: Best Films of the Festival

It's been a dream come true being able to cover the AFI fest this week. So after watching blank amount of films this week, I wanted to share my Best of from the festival. Best Short Film 1st Runner-Up: A 1984 Period Piece In Present Day A 1984 Period Piece in Present Day still sits … Continue reading AFI Fest: Best Films of the Festival

AFI Fest: I’m Your Woman Review

AFI Fest: I’m Your Woman Review

For me, as an avid film person, for a lot of years, I never thought I would have gotten to where I am today within the world of being a 'critic.' A few weeks back, I covered the Nashville Film Festival. It was amazing, but today and over the next week, I am tackling one … Continue reading AFI Fest: I’m Your Woman Review

AFI Fest: Citizen Penn Review

AFI Fest: Citizen Penn Review

For me, as an avid film person, for a lot of years, I never thought I would have gotten to where I am today within the world of being a 'critic.' A few weeks back, I covered the Nashville Film Festival. It was amazing, but today and over the next week, I am tackling one … Continue reading AFI Fest: Citizen Penn Review

AFI Fest: Wander Darkly & Shadow in the Cloud Review

AFI Fest: Wander Darkly & Shadow in the Cloud Review

For me, as an avid film person, for a lot of years, I never thought I would have gotten to where I am today within the world of being a 'critic.' A few weeks back, I covered the Nashville Film Festival. It was amazing, but today and over the next week, I am tackling one … Continue reading AFI Fest: Wander Darkly & Shadow in the Cloud Review