Detective Pikachu is a movie I’d be excited to watch again. It’s popcorn fodder in the best of ways and does a good job with a genre most big film companies completely ignore.Read More
So I just came back from Us which, spoiler alert, was rad.Read More
Alita: Battle Angel is the cyberpunk anime nonsense I needed in my life but would have never thought to ask for.Read More
Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the best television shows ever created.Read More
Robin Hood (2018) is the original sun chips of movies. Decent enough to eat as part of a free lunch but never something I’d seek out.Read More
You could do a lot worse with your movie night.Read More
Summing up the plot of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is like trying to sum up a plane crash, that caused an avalanche, that was swept up in a tornado. You can understand each element separately, but together, it boggles the mind.Read More
This show is a joy. A beautiful, smart, amazing joy, that was 100% created with its audience in mind.
Check it out when you get the chance.Read More
In the words of Paul Hollywood “That’s a bad bake” ... but even when your cookies are gooey in the center, they can still make for a delightful Saturday evening.Read More
Everyone should go buy it. Or rent it. Or see it. Or whatever.
If you’re an avid fan of the incomparable Rami Malek, an 80s acolyte, or just in it for the soundtrack, hit up a local theater.
Otherwise…maybe rent?Read More
The Girl in the Spider’s Web is exactly what its trailers make it out be: 2 hours of mediocre espionage, a handful of clever visual ideas, and a compelling Claire Foy performance.Read More
This movie is horrible horrible trash stinky garbage. But Venom as a franchise is not worthless. I think there’s a good idea here…Read More
Even with its flaws, Black Panther is a step in the right direction for comic book filmmaking and I can’t wait to see what comes next.Read More
When I heard [Bradley Cooper] was going to be directing and co-starring with Lady Gaga in A Star Is Born, I thought "Good for him!" And after watching I still think "Good for him!" But I'd be lying if I said I wasn't a tad disappointed.Read More
First Man is better than the average film with amazing editing, beautiful visuals, and kick you in the teeth levels of acting prowess.
It’s also pretty freakin’ boring.Read More
Bad Times at the El Royale is my favorite kind of pulpy cinema. The kind that revels in suspense, wears its heart on its sleeve, and contains deep truth despite its devil-may-care attitude.Read More
American Vandal S2 was a very good follow up: different enough to stand on its own legs but consistent where things counted.Read More
Blade checks off every trope of the mid 2000s action genre in the best way possible.Read More
So all this to say, The House With A Clock In Its Walls is yet another holiday filler movie. You know the kind I'm talking about. The kind of thing to find on TV during October, to watch while also surfing Twitter, and then to instantly forget.Read More