Film Reviews

Jacob’s Reviews

He’s All That – Review

Director(s): Mark Waters Writer(s): R. Lee Flemming Jr. Cast: Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan, Maddison Pettis Synopsis: A teenage girl sets out to give a nebbish classmate the ultimate high school makeover. An updated remake of the 1999 film, ‘She’s All That’. We live in an extremely online generation. A generation where people like “Tik Tok … Continue reading He’s All That – Review

Vivo – Review

Director(s): Kirk DeMicco, Brandon Jeffords Writer(s): Kirk DeMicco, Quiara Alegría Hudes Cast: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ynairaly Simo, Zoe Saldana Synopsis: A kinkajou by the name of Vivo is tasked with delivering a song to a famous singer. It wasn’t too long ago that the term “Sony Animation” was tied to films like The Smurfs, Open Season, … Continue reading Vivo – Review

Gunpowder Milkshake – Review

Director(s): Navot Papushado Writer(s): Ehud Lavski, Navot Papushado Cast: Karen Gillan, Lena Heady, Angela Bassett, Michelle Yeoh, Carla Gugino Synopsis: Three generations of women fight back against those who could take everything from them. After the year of COVID-19, many people, including myself, were wondering what types of films we would get this year. Many … Continue reading Gunpowder Milkshake – Review

Ricky’s Reviews

‘The Morning Show’ Recap, Season Two Episode One: My Least Favorite Year

One of my most anticipated returns of any shows of the year is HERE!!!! I was beyond excited to see the return of The Morning Show, especially after the bombshell of a finale. The second season debuts on September 17, only on Apple TV+. S2EP1: My Least Favorite Year The last we saw Alex Levy … Continue reading ‘The Morning Show’ Recap, Season Two Episode One: My Least Favorite Year

IFC Films St. Vincent Review

St. Vincent is available on VOD/Select Theaters on Friday. Directed: Bill Benz Written by Carrie Brownstein and Annie Clark Cast: Annie Clark, Carrie Brownstein, Dakota Johnson,Plot: St. Vincent sets out to make a documentary about her music, but when she hires a close friend to direct, notions of reality, identity, and authenticity grow increasingly distorted … Continue reading IFC Films St. Vincent Review

James Wan’s Malignant Movie Review

Directed by: James Wan Story by: James Wan; Ingrid Bisu; Akela Cooper Starring: Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson, George Young, Michole Briana White Plot: Paralyzed by fear from shocking visions, a woman’s torment worsens as she discovers her waking dreams are terrifying realities. Available now in Theaters and HBO Max