“The Meadow” is a new silent short film from Dev Mitra and Simon Wu. The film is set in a futuristic society where virtual reality and technology have pretty much extinguished the craving to experience the real world and its environment. Barry Zhang plays the main character, a man who refuses to become addicted toContinue reading ““The Meadow” – Short Film Review”
“Judas and the Black Messiah” was directed by Shaka King and stars Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons, and Dominique Fishback. It’s based on the true story of the assassination of Fred Hampton (played by Kaluuya), a chairman of the Black Panther Party in the late 1960’s, and focuses on the involvement of Bill O’Neal.Continue reading ““Judas and the Black Messiah””
“Malcolm & Marie” is well made on a technical level, but is it worth sitting through almost two hours of anxiety? Find out my thoughts on the film in this review!
“Pieces of a Woman” is a new-ish Netflix film with a very pretentious title and poster. But is the film good? Here are my thoughts!
“Tenet” is the newest confusing film from director Christopher Nolan. The question is: does “Tenet” overcome its overly complicated plot?
“Soul” is a great new Pixar film on Disney+ that all families should watch this holiday season. While it is very deep, it has plenty of humor and its a fun movie. Here’s my full review!
“Wonder Woman 1984” is the sequel to the shockingly good original film from 2017. Does it live up to the hype, or is it a mess? I explain my thoughts in this review!
“MANK” is a new Netflix film and was directed by one of my favorite directors: David Fincher. Did it live up to my expectations? Find out in my review!
The original “Borat” is my absolute favorite comedy ever made as well as one of the movies I have seen the most times. Did Borat’s new moviefilm live up to my expectations? Here’s my review of the highly anticipated sequel.
“Enola Holmes” is a Netflix original film that was directed by Harry Bradbeer and stars Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham Carter. The movie follows Enola Holmes (Brown), the little sister of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. Here is my honest review.