Transformers: The Last Knight Review

In the newest Transformers, Michael Bay has impressed me. Not because of the jaw-dropping special effects, the attractive stars, or the thrilling action sequences. No, I am amazed that the director has managed to degrade this appalling franchise to a new low. Bay is quite possibly the most powerful director in Hollywood with an utter... Continue Reading →

All Eyez On Me Review

On what would have been his 46th birthday, Hollywood has made an effort to celebrate iconic rap artist Tupac Shakur with a biopic. For a figure with such an outrageous life story, and for a film that has been in development for over six years, you would think they could memorialize the legend with a... Continue Reading →

Cars 3 Review

Pixar’s newest model in the Cars series rolled into theaters this weekend. Though the designers have noticeably worked out some kinks since the second generation, the latest product still fails to deliver the innovation fans expect from the brand. Out of all of Pixar’s works, the Cars films are subject to the most criticism. A marriage between Toy Story director John... Continue Reading →

Megan Leavey Review

Gabriela Cowperthwaite's Megan Leavey is one of a kind. Whether you are a patriot or an animal lover, you will find yourself moved by the inspirational true story of Iraq war veteran Corporal Megan Leavey and her heroic hound. At once an exposition on war, a recognition of women in service, and a tribute to the... Continue Reading →

It Comes At Night Review

It’s horror weekend at the cineplex. While mainstream audiences will inevitably flock to the crude reboot of The Mummy, there is a far-superior alternative for the discerning viewer. It Comes At Night is a robust entry in horror that packs a gripping thrill ride from beginning to end. Following Split and Get Out, 2017 boasts another excellent... Continue Reading →

The Mummy Review

Universal has resurrected The Mummy once again, and like a centuries-old corpse, the franchise has lost some luster. The Mummy is the first installment to Universal's "Dark Universe," a planned crossover series that will reintroduce classic monster characters including Frankenstein, Dracula, the Invisible Man, and more. While we can label this venture as an attempt to imitate the... Continue Reading →

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Review

For families with young children looking to spend some time together seeing a movie this weekend, the DreamWorks animated feature Captain Underpants will serve as an agreeable superhero alternative to the violent and intense Wonder Woman. Captain Underpants is an adaptation of the popular children’s books of the same name by Dav Pilkey. When the... Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman Review

After two pitiful entries in the DC Extended Universe, fans of the brand will be thrilled to find Wonder Woman’s origins film is a rousing success. The latest franchise installment restores the series to the high standard set with Man of Steel, and secures a stronger foothold for DC in their objective to compete with Marvel.... Continue Reading →

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