Category: film review

May 10

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword – Film Review

Guy Ritchie, one of my all-time favorite directors, brings us a retelling of the King Arthur story. That’s about it. Check out my review above.

May 05

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Film Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is now upon us and there are generally positive reviews of the sequel out there, but I’ve seen some critics state how disappointed they were. Going into this movie I didn’t have super-high expectations and I think that helped. Check out my review above.

Apr 15

Fate the Furious – Film Review

It’s hard to believe that we’re in our eighth Fast and Furious movie. Fate of the Furious is here, and sadly we don’t have Paul Walker in this one. Can Diesel and Dwayne Johnson carry the franchise on their own? Check out my review above.

Mar 31

Ghost in the Shell – Film Review

Ghost in the Shell has seen its deal of controversy, and a lot of fans of the original anime are probably worried about how they adapted this story. Well, I watched the anime a long time ago, so in my review above, I don’t really compare too much to it. Check it out.

Mar 03

Logan – Film Review

Logan sees the end of an era as Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart end their 17 year run as Wolverine and Professor X. Logan is one of memos anticipated films of 2017 so check out my review above. Spoiler-Free of course.

Feb 26

Get Out – Film Review

Finally getting my review for Jordan Peele’s, Get Out, uploaded. Check it out above. If you like horror-comedy. Get out might be the flick for you.

Feb 18

The Great Wall – Film Review

The Great Wall sees Matt Damon as an expert archer here to save the day from beast creature things. You know this isn’t good. Still check out my review above.

Feb 11

John Wick Chapter 2 – Film Review

Keanu Reeves returns as John Wick Chapter 2, and there’s no steps lost here. Check out my review above, and be shocked that I loved the movie.

Feb 10

The LEGO Batman Movie – Film Review

The LEGO Batman Movie is finally here and we get see what Will Arnett’s Batman is up to. Besides being awesome and fighting crime, he’s lonely. He doesn’t have a family besides Alfred. See what I thought about the movie above.

Jan 21

SPLIT – FIim Review

Split sees a young man deadline with 23 personalities and he decides to kidnap 3 young girls and hold them captive for something. The girls meet a few of these personalities, but they might be meeting something much worse. Split is my top 10 list of anticipated movies this year, so check out my review …

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