Category: Film Reviews

Mile 22 Review

Mile 22 is a film about a convert CIA tactical team called Overwatch. Their job is to get valuable Intel by any means necessary to stop international threats to national security. When an asset walks into an American embassy in Southeast Asia, The team is in a race against the clock to extract the asset out of the country so they can find the location of an extremely hazardous chemical that will put millions of lives at risk.

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Disney Will Not Bring Back James Gunn But Will Use His Script For Guardians Vol. 3

In an exclusive report by Variety, despite weeks of furious lobbying for James Gunn to be rehired as the director of Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 3 following thousands of tweets that involved subject matter of rape and pedophilia, Disney stands firm in their decision to remove him as their director but insists that they will use his script for the third installment. 

The Meg Review

Five years ago, expert sea diver and Naval Captain Jonas Taylor encountered an unknown danger in the unexplored recesses of the Mariana Trench that forced him to abort his mission and abandon half his crew. Though the tragic incident earned him a dishonorable discharge, what ultimately cost him his career, his marriage and any semblance of honor.

BlacKkKlansman Review

BlackKkKlansman is a film based on the true story of Ron Stallworth an African-American detective in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Back in 1978, Ron manages to infiltrate the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan via phone conservation and sending white Detective Flip Zimmerman to have face to face meetings when needed. By using this con, Stallworth eventually becomes the head of the chapter in a cunning takedown. Much like The First Purge, BlackKkKlansman is all about condemning Donald Trump and his supporters.

Christopher Robin (Guest Review Ft. JasonsMovieBlog)

As a young boy growing up in the countryside of Sussex, England, Christopher Robin (Orton O’Brien) spends his days playing the Hundred Acre Wood with his whimsical toy friends: nervous Piglet (Nick Mohammed), downbeat Eeyore (Brad Garett), fussy Rabbit (Peter Capaldi), scholarly Owl (Toby Jones), kind Kanga (Sophie Okonedo), little Roo (Sara Sheen), boisterous Tiger (Jim Cummings), and, of course, the lovably simply and ever so hungry Winnie the Pooh (Jim Cummings).

The Darkest Minds (Guest Review ft. Amari Sali)

It all took place around 6 years ago. Some unnamed being, force, or attack, led to 90% of either America’s or the world’s, kids to die. Those that remain all had enhanced abilities separated by how dangerous they are. The lowest level, Blue, simply had enhanced intelligence. From there, kids had electrical powers or telekinetic powers. Beyond that though are the dangerous ones. The fire breathers and those who could manipulate and control minds. Our hero, Ruby, is one of only two known “Orange” class still alive. The orange class are those who can manipulate minds and the only other one with his power is the US President’s son, Clancy. Someone who is touted as the first cured.

Death of a Nation Review

I wasn’t going to review this movie originally, but given all the recent politically loaded films being released such as The First Purge, Sorry to Bother You, and BlacKkKlansman; why not watch a film that didn’t paint America as such a terrible place? To the surprise of no one, Dinesh D’Souza is one of the most hated figures of the American left for his politically charged films that don’t virtue signal in the right way. So it should be no surprise to anyone that the left HATES this film. By why?

Mission: Impossible – Fallout Review

There haven’t been that many movies this summer that has felt like summer blockbusters. Mission: Impossible – Fallout is the exception for the summer. From the awesome trailer to the sight of Tom Cruise doing even more stunts that only a madman would attempt, the hype behind this film was only matched by Avengers: Infinity War. After watching this film, Ethan Hunt might well be an Avenger and after the events of Infinity War, I think they are a few job openings.

Unfriended: Dark Web Review

The first Unfriended movie wasn’t a smashing box office success, it wasn’t even very good, but the film cost $7 and a sandwich to make so a second movie is here under the title Unfriended: Dark Web. The Dark Web or Deep Web in some circles has been known among online communities for a while now. Basically, it is the part of the internet that can’t be traced through search engines, making the user anonymous and nearly impossible to track.