El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review

“Run.” This was the single word uttered by Walter Hartwell White to his partner Jesse Pinkman, after saving his life by running over two notorious drug dealers in a season three episode of Breaking Bad, the absolute greatest work of drama to be produced for television. Jesse should have done just that, not just fleeing... Continue Reading →

It Chapter Two Review

It’s not over till It’s over. It Chapter Two, that is. The hotly anticipated sequel to the most successful horror film of all time has finally arrived, and though it didn’t quite match the original’s record-shattering $123 million opening, $91 million is nothing to sneeze at. It Chapter Two still boasts the second-largest box office... Continue Reading →

Ready or Not Review

Horror fans, Disney Studios wants you to come out, come out wherever you are and see Ready or Not, Fox Searchlight’s new film based on a particularly dangerous game of hide-and-go-seek. As one of the first features, and notably, one of the first R-rated titles to be released by Disney after their recent acquisition of... Continue Reading →

47 Meters Down: Uncaged Review

Summer might be close to over, but there’s always time for another killer shark movie. While last year’s major fish flick was Jon Turteltaub’s The Meg, this year’s is the sequel to 47 Meters Down. Though 2017’s original didn’t make much of a splash overall, it’s $62 million haul was still more than enough to... Continue Reading →

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review

Get your popcorn: there’s a brand new Tarantino flick back in town. Cinema’s beloved bad boy has returned with a whole fresh round of blood, choice language and film references, and if the director is to be believed, it’s your second-to-last chance to see his work on the big screen before the venerated filmmaker retires.... Continue Reading →

The Lion King Review

The king has returned. But were you eager for his return? If you're like most of America, then your answer is probably yes. If you're like many film critics though, then probably not so much. And I can understand their lack of enthusiasm. As the latest example in a long line of classic Disney animated... Continue Reading →

Crawl Review

In a case of rather unfortunate timing, the hurricane disaster pic Crawl was released last weekend over the same time period that tropical storm Barry made landfall in Louisiana. Strangely enough, the picture even stars the coincidentally-named Barry Pepper. Thankfully, though there was one reported death, the tempest was less violent than the most dire... Continue Reading →

Midsommar Review

Horror has a new name, and that name is Ari Aster. After possessing the minds of Sundance-goers with his unsettling directorial debut Hereditary in 2018, the auteur's breakout hit enjoyed a wide release under A24 and turned out to be the most profitable release ever under the label. Now only one year later, A24 is... Continue Reading →

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