I never thought I’d watch “Happy Death Day” for the simple reason that I’m not that into horror films… and to be honest, I still haven’t. I meant to sit down and watch the whole thing for today, but I am a complete wimp and couldn’t bring myself to do it.
A film the reinvented the “time loop” premise by merging it with an unexpected genre and established a new star-writer pairing that has gone onto make some of the best action movies of the past ten years.
“Palm Springs” a film that debuted in January at the Sundance Film Festival and was quickly bought up by Hulu where it premiered mid-year. While the movie couldn’t find the discuss at the box office it deserved, thanks to the pandemic, it was one of the most consistently hyped movies all year long.
Last week, we took a look at narcissists vs. gratitude in “Wonder Woman 1984” and this week we’re revisiting the topic with another Christmas 2020 premiere: “Soul”.
After the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 (just 8 days ago), I started thinking a lot about… Read more Wonder Woman 1984 vs. The Narcissists
One of the best adult family Christmas films ever. Many have tried both before and after the arrival of this film to create a good, chaotic, warm, loving family dramedy.
Since last week we looked at “Elf”, it seemed only right that this week we look at one of its biggest influences: “A Year Without a Santa Clause”.
In honor of the start of the holiday season (which I refuse to celebrate before Thanksgiving – maybe I’m a purist), I thought I would kick things off with a modern-day classic.
I don’t want to start a fight but… I think “Solo: A Star Wars Story” is the most underrated “Star Wars” film.
“Stripes” came out a year after “Private Benjamin”. Both films were big hits, fish-out-of-water-comedies about the military, and starred symbols of the counter-culture. “Stripes” is arguable the movie with longer staying power of the two, but is it the better script?