Reviews

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Review: They Meant To Retitle This Storm Shadow: Cobra Origins, Right? Release Date: Jul 23, 2021 Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins Review Andrew Koji winds up pulling off one of the more impressive spotlight-stealing performances in recent memory...
Old Review: M. Night Shaymalan’s Latest Is A Fun And Frightening Thrill Ride Release Date: Jul 23, 2021 Old Review While the film does start off a little uneven, it flies fast and fierce once the plot kicks in, turning into a fun and frightening thrill ride. Mike Reyes
Space Jam: A New Legacy Review: A Shameless Commercial For LeBron That Doesn't Get Why The Original Was Fun Release Date: Jul 16, 2021 Space Jam: A New Legacy Review LeBron James looks like he has no interest in Space Jam: A New Legacy, so why should we? Sean O'Connell
Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions Review: A Surprisingly Satisfying Sequel, Flaws And All Release Date: Jul 16, 2021 Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions Review [A] follow-up that captures enough of the spirit of the original to be enjoyable, but also doesn’t have all of the pieces to come together quite as well. Eric Eisenberg
Netflix’s Fear Street Part 3 1666 Review: Paranoia And Possession Bring This Trilogy To A Satisfying Conclusion Release Date: Jul 16, 2021 Netflix’s Fear Street Part 3 1666 Review [J]ust because there’s an increased focus on storytelling and personal drama doesn’t mean the kills are any less effective or brutal. Mike Reyes
Netflix’s Gunpowder Milkshake Review: Flashy Style Can’t Disguise An Overwritten Mess Release Date: Jul 14, 2021 Gunpowder Milkshake Review [T]he movie is far too concerned with being a dictionary definition of “cool” that it fails to offer anything that is remotely satisfying. Eric Eisenberg
Black Widow Review: Scarlett Johansson's Marvel Send Off Is Visceral, Exciting, And Packed With Action Release Date: Jul 09, 2021 Black Widow Review The best review I can give you for Black Widow is that this standalone movie was worth the unusually long wait. Sean O'Connell
Netflix’s Fear Street Part 2 1978 Review: Leigh Janiak’s Trilogy Of Terror Kills It Again With Confidently Horrific Strides Release Date: Jul 09, 2021 Netflix’s Fear Street Part 2 1978 Review The soundtrack’s jukebox is just as sharp, the kills are just as brutal (if not more), and the stakes rise ever higher... Mike Reyes
Netflix’s Fear Street Part 1 1994 Review: R.L. Stine’s Book Series Is Brought To R-Rated Life, And It’s A Bloody Good Time Release Date: Jul 02, 2021 Netflix’s Fear Street Part 1 1994 Review Promising "the movie event of the summer," Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is a strong opener that shows the odds are in the favor of that claim being proven absolutely accurate. Mike Reyes
Amazon’s The Tomorrow War Review: Chris Pratt’s Sci-Fi Movie Loses The Battle, And Totally Botches The War Release Date: Jul 02, 2021 Amazon’s The Tomorrow War Review Simply put, do your future self a favor, and skip The Tomorrow War. Mike Reyes
The Forever Purge Review: The Darkest Chapter In The Horror Franchise Is Also One Of The Best Release Date: Jul 02, 2021 The Forever Purge Review [O]ne of the best Purge movies yet Eric Eisenberg
Netflix's America: The Motion Picture Review: It's Not The Least Funny Movie About United States History, But It's Close Release Date: Jun 30, 2021 Netflix's America: The Motion Picture Review America: The Motion Picture has a hilarious premise. Unfortunately, most of the hilarity ends there. Dirk Libbey
Netflix's The Ice Road Review: Liam Neeson’s Netflix Action Movie Is A Stone Cold Bummer Release Date: Jun 25, 2021 Netflix's The Ice Road Review While it won’t take up too much of your time, this Liam Neeson action movie runs out of gas quite early, and coasts on fumes to the finish line. Mike Reyes