Wow, remember when I said "I basically have [all the] time [in the world] to catch up on delayed streaming reviews"? If not, it's okay because I do...I said/implied that, thinking that I would be writing everyday and then staggering the releases of my review posts to gather a steady stream of views for weeks … Continue reading Amazon Prime Review: Hunters
I realize that there are all sorts of different activities you could find to fill your time (reading, cleaning/organizing, video games, etc.), but hey, I do movie reviews. That's kinda my thing, so I'm sticking to it. No, this is not a review post. Instead, I would like to make some personal suggestions for films … Continue reading Covid-19 Quarantine Watch List!
Let's be honest: this is not the film I would have chosen as my last theatre review for the next few weeks. I don't know where you call home, but living in Washington state, basically everything is shut down, effective yesterday. Schools are closed. Social gatherings are banned. Even the Uber Eats driver left food … Continue reading Review: Bloodshot
I've followed this show from the beginning. If you don't remember, there was hellfire raining down from the press about the premise and the violent acts depicted when 13 Reasons Why first hit Netflix 3 years ago. Specialists and news anchors and religions and pretty much everyone else who heard about the show had a … Continue reading Netflix Review: 13 Reasons Why (Seasons 1-3)
Told you I'd keep the full title. I kinda like it, just like I actually really enjoyed the hype around this film. The trailers were excellent, well-cut and action-packed, and just knowing that the film would focus on the breakout star of a mediocre Suicide Squad was reason enough to at least buy a ticket. … Continue reading Review: Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
There's a lot to love about the most recent attempt to jump-start the heart of Universal's monster films. No, I don't mean the full "Dark Universe," which tragically crashed and burned alongside Tom Cruise in that opening plane sequence of The Mummy (2017). Fyi, don't bother watching the entire film...just be thankful you have me … Continue reading Review: The Invisible Man
An anthology series based on the NY Times column of the same name which has been in publication every week for the past 15 years, this new streaming show has a lot of potential. I personally have never read the column, but unless the rest are just a ton of really stupid love stories (oh … Continue reading Amazon Prime Review: Modern Love