Articles Posted in the " Movie Reviews & Analysis " Category

  • Blair Witch: More of the Same

    More screaming and shaky cam in this sequel to the 1999 film. A group of young adults set out on a poorly planned trip to the woods to make a documentary in Blair Witch. Huh. That sounds oddly familiar, doesn’t it? - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole […]

  • Deepwater Horizon: Intense and Heartbreaking

    Deepwater Horizon chronicles the true story of the fire aboard the oil rig that caused the worst oil spill in the history of the United States. It is a gut-wrenching, intense, heart-stopping journey through an horrific event that will leave you breathless and in tears. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy […]

  • Suicide Squad: Mostly Meh, Some Not-As-Meh

    Suicide Squad is not the worst movie I’ve ever seen, but it tries its hardest to make the list. A combination of poor editing, unusual music choices, and a marketing campaign that wasn’t entirely honest made this movie pretty meh. I think what Suicide Squad was aiming for was a combination of Guardians of the Galaxy and Deadpool. […]

  • Star Trek Beyond is Delightfully Episodic

    Imagine you’re at a bar with you’re friends – who are all geeks because let’s be real you’re reading The Geekiary – and someone asks what you would do if you could write an episode of The Original Series with the cast of the reboot. Think about the kind of responses you would make, then […]

  • “Undrafted” Hits It Out of the Park

    I played ball in school. Our team was awful. But I love the game. And let’s face it, I would see anything with Tyler Hoechlin in it. So there was no way I wasn’t going to see Undrafted. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]

  • REVIEW: Ghostbusters (2016)

    When I first heard that they were going to reboot Ghostbusters, I have to admit, I was a little apprehensive. I wasn’t sure that this was something that I wanted – at all. I had worried that they would make it stupid. (Ghostbusters II wasn’t all that great, but many comedy movies these days are […]

  • Panic, Fear, and the “Election Year”

    Although Michael Bay has producer credit on all three of the Purge franchise films, Election Year is the first one that shows it, and it’s easily the film’s greatest weakness. Between the politicism of the movie and the big, shiny explosions, the former is the more interesting element by far. Make no mistake—The Purge: Election […]

  • Independence Day Resurgence: Just the Cheesy Nostalgia I Wanted

    Here’s the thing: I went to see Independence Day Resurgence assuming that it would be heavy on the nostalgia and just as cheesy as the first movie. I even re-watched Independence Day recently because after seeing the previews I hoped that this sequel would be as close to the first movie as possible. WARNING: This […]

  • Captain America Civil War Women: The Heart & Soul of The Movie

    I’ll admit it – I went to see Captain America: Civil War for the ladies. Now don’t get me wrong – I love me some Cap – but it was the Captain America Civil War women who really stole the show. Warning: This article contains *minor* spoilers for Captain America: Civil War (mainly regarding the […]