Articles Posted in the " movie review " Category

  • Doctor Strange: The Good, The Bad, The Squee

    Doctor Strange is a quality film deserving of its high fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but like almost all other recent Marvel films, it’s also quite problematic.  Let’s break this down. Spoiler Warning: The Good and The Bad segments of the Doctor Strange review are spoiler free besides what’s in the trailers and basic comic […]


  • Get Your Nostalgia Fix With Goosebumps

    I was thrilled when the Goosebumps trailer hit the web. Growing up, I read the books, I watched the show, and the trailer was everything I wanted it to be and more. I’ll admit that maybe my expectations were a little too high going in. This may have intensified my feeling that, while the film […]


  • W.C.K.D. Is Good; “The Scorch Trials” Is Better

    We last left our intrepid heroes as they were seemingly rescued, in spectacular fashion, from the nightmarish maze in which they had been imprisoned. The Scorch Trials picks up exactly where The Maze Runner ended, with the survivors being airlifted to safety in the form of a gigantic compound full of suspicious people, as well as a whole […]


  • AIR: A “Quiet Thriller”

    As a big fan of both Red Dead Redemption and The Walking Dead, I was excited to see AIR; after all, it was directed by Christian Cantamessa (best known for his work on RDR) and produced by Robert Kirkman (writer of the TWD comics). Not to mention the fact that AIR stars Norman Reedus, who is […]


  • “Paper Towns” Makes a Point…And Misses the Point

    Warning: may contain spoilers for the book/movie. After an epic (a word that has been used so often lately so as to have lost all meaning) night helping Margo (Cara Delevingne) take revenge on all of the people who have wronged her, Q (Nat Wolff) thinks their relationship will shift from friends to more than that. After […]



  • “Tomorrowland” Asks You to Imagine a Better Future

    “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” This quote (Albert Einstein) is engraved on the wall of the plaza when Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) gets her first, brief glimpse at Tomorrowland – a city that exists in an alternate dimension and is meant to house Earth’s best and brightest in hopes of making a better future. Indeed, […]


  • “Kingsman: The Secret Service” Is a Bloody Good Time

    Looking for a movie to see this Valentine’s Day that doesn’t revolve around relationships? Consider seeing Kingsman: The Secret Service, which opens today and stars Colin Firth and Taron Egerton – plus a whole host of other British celebs. Kingsman, based on a 2012 comic called The Secret Service, follows the story of Eggsy (Egerton) as he is groomed […]