Month: August 2016

Mechanic: Resurrection Review

Resurrection is a glorified 80s B movie without the cheese and corniness to make it enjoyable.


Hands of Stone Review

Hands of Stone has a good story but tells it in a predictable and melodramatic way.

War Dogs Review

The most frustrating thing about War Dogs is that I can see the potential for a good film but it is just not in the right hands creatively.

Kubo and the Two Strings Review

The team at Laika doesn’t go over the top with their animation but they succeed in capturing stunning set pieces that enhances their storytelling, emotionally capturing the audience.

Operation Chromite Review

Operation Chromite is a good recommendation for those who are fans of Asian Cinema and history buffs looking to experience the story of the unsung heroes, who sacrificed their lives in the forgotten war.

Sausage Party Review

Saying that I enjoy a Seth Rogen movie is like saying the Jews enjoyed their trip to Auschwitz but I’m Jewish, so I can make that joke and it’s not anti-Semitic right?

Hell or High Water Review

Hell or High Water is one of the best films of the year and it’s really a shame that this won’t get the mainstream cognition that it deserves. Director David Mackenzie has put himself on the map with this crime thriller and Sheridan’s writing there isn’t much more you can ask for this film.