Devotion Review: A Film That Focuses On Racism Instead Of The Story

Whenever Hollywood wants to tackle the topic of racism in America, they never hesitate to pull out ole reliable and make a film set in the 1950s. Doing a biography about somebody’s life is to bring to life a story that is unknown to the masses within the general public. The latest production from Sony … More Devotion Review: A Film That Focuses On Racism Instead Of The Story

The Bar Room #24 (Yellowstone, Dave Chappelle, LGBTQ Soccer, Margot Robbie, Phoebe Waller-Bridge)

This week on the podcast, the media attacks Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan for making a “Red State television show.” Dave Chappelle defends Kanye West, Kyrie Irving, and Donald Trump. The USA Men’s World Cup team replaces red, white, and blue for PRIDE colors in the middle east, Margot Robbie says female Pirates of the Caribbean … More The Bar Room #24 (Yellowstone, Dave Chappelle, LGBTQ Soccer, Margot Robbie, Phoebe Waller-Bridge)

Monday Night Movie Club #19: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

This week on the Monday Night Movie Club, Jacob Smith, Rob Motto, Orange Hat Reviews, and Rick Aragon review the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe Film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The people of Wakanda fight to protect their home from intervening world powers as they mourn the death of King T’Challa.     Don’t forget to … More Monday Night Movie Club #19: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

RetroWave Reviews #12: Disney’s So Weird (1999)

A preteen girl travels around the country continually stumbling over supernatural occurrences. Since nobody believes her, she points her finds on her website, “So Weird.” The series was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia. In the first two seasons, the series centered on the teenage Fiona Phillips (Cara DeLizia) who toured with her rock-star mom (Mackenzie … More RetroWave Reviews #12: Disney’s So Weird (1999)

The Menu (2022) Review: The Dumbest Film Of 2022

There was a shred of hope that Searchlight Pictures’ “The Menu” could be a sleeper hit for 2022. Whatever hope this film had died the second Adam McKay and Will Ferrell became the producers of this movie. Last year, Adam McKay released a “satire” on climate change deniers called “Don’t Look Up” which was one … More The Menu (2022) Review: The Dumbest Film Of 2022

She Said Review: Hollywood’s Attempt At Rewriting Their Past

A phrase that I find myself using a lot these days is “It hasn’t even been long enough to forget” whenever progressives try to rewrite the history of the last five years. The MeToo movement is one of the most significant cultural scams of the 21st Century. The origins of the #MeToo movement have been … More She Said Review: Hollywood’s Attempt At Rewriting Their Past

Black Panther Wakanda Forever Review: A Tale Of Wakanda’s Boring Secondary Characters

2018’s Black Panther was described in the media as a cultural moment for black moviegoers as the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film to focus on a predominantly black cast. The House of Mouse was certain that they had a money making machine on their hands, scoring over 1.3 billion dollars worldwide. However, the unexpected sudden … More Black Panther Wakanda Forever Review: A Tale Of Wakanda’s Boring Secondary Characters

Terrifier 2 Review: A Small Budget Game Changer For Cinema

Terrifier 2 is a film that has found massive success driven almost exclusively on word of mouth. A film that only cost $250,000 to make is a modern day marvel of what can be pulled off with such a microbudget as compared to the shortfalls of films that showcase a quarter of a billion dollar … More Terrifier 2 Review: A Small Budget Game Changer For Cinema

RetroWave Reviews #11: Disney’s The Jersey (1999)

Yep, we are talking about arguably the best live-action show in the history of the Disney Channel. The problem is most people don’t remember or have never heard of it because Disney has kept the show in the vault since 2004. ‘The Jersey’ was a sports-based comedy sitcom that was based on the Monday Night … More RetroWave Reviews #11: Disney’s The Jersey (1999)

The Bar Room #23 (Sylvester Stallone, Jimmy Kimmel, Kyrie Irving, Rick Caruso, Midterm Elections)

  This week on the podcast, Sylvester Stallone complaining about the direction of the Rocky Franchise moving forward, The city of Los Angeles is turning on Democrats before the midterms, Brooklyn Nets Give Kyrie Irving Six Conditions to Meet Before Returning from Suspension, Jimmy Kimmel is everything that is wrong with late night television, and … More The Bar Room #23 (Sylvester Stallone, Jimmy Kimmel, Kyrie Irving, Rick Caruso, Midterm Elections)