Emergency Declaration Review: A Disaster Film That Does Far Too Much

It is difficult to explain the film “Emergency Declaration” because it is about five movies jammed into one. On one hand, the film is a disaster movie, on another is a terrorist attack, on another is a race against time, on another it’s an international geopolitical thriller, and it is also a story of selfish … More Emergency Declaration Review: A Disaster Film That Does Far Too Much

Bullet Train Review: A John Wick Clone Biting Off Guy Ritchie Films

When you hire a screenwriter that doesn’t have a single feature film on his resume and put him in charge of writing this project, things fall apart in spectacular fashion. Like most John Wick clones, “Bullet Train” offers a series of impressive visuals in a film that is a big-budget bottle movie packing the overwhelming … More Bullet Train Review: A John Wick Clone Biting Off Guy Ritchie Films

Hansan Rising Dragon Review: A Pure Spectacle Of A Film

Needless to say, I’m not an expert on 16th-century Korean War history, but if “Hansan: Rising Dragon” is anything close to what happened back in those days then perhaps I should be. In 2014, a film called “The Admiral: Roaring Currents” was released to be the first of a long trilogy by writer and director … More Hansan Rising Dragon Review: A Pure Spectacle Of A Film

Special Delivery (2022) Review: A Straightforward ‘Baby Driver’ Action Crime Film

Our latest film from the region of South Korea is entitled “Special Delivery”, and I couldn’t help but feel that the filmmakers of this movie watched “Baby Driver” and got the inspiration to do their own spin. Blame Modern American Cinema for putting a stigma on action movies with a female lead. Because when Progressive … More Special Delivery (2022) Review: A Straightforward ‘Baby Driver’ Action Crime Film

The Gray Man Review: A MCU Style Film On Netflix

If you consider yourself a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,  then you’re going to love this film because this movie has the MCU fingerprints written all over it. It starts with the screenwriters Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, a duo that is known for their work on such films as “Captain America: The Winter … More The Gray Man Review: A MCU Style Film On Netflix

Society Reviews Movie Night: Road House (1989)

Road House is a 1989 American action film directed by Rowdy Herrington and starring Patrick Swayze as a cooler at a newly refurbished roadside bar who protects a small town in Missouri from a corrupt businessman. Sam Elliott co-stars as a bouncer, the mentor, friend, and foil of Swayze’s character. The cast also includes Kelly … More Society Reviews Movie Night: Road House (1989)

The Killer (2022) Review: Just Leave Professional Hitmen Alone!

I couldn’t shake the feeling watching this film that there was something that was missing. With foreign movies, it is hard to tell if you’re watching a remake or sequel to something that already exists. There wasn’t much information about ‘The Killer: A Girl Who Deserves to Die’ before I saw the movie. While it … More The Killer (2022) Review: Just Leave Professional Hitmen Alone!

Hot Seat Review: A Fun Low Budget Action Movie

After the recent revelation of Bruce Willis’s diagnosis, there’s been a lot of questions regarding low-budget movies and big-name stars. What seems to be a marketing technique is that a small-budget film that would not be seen in movie theaters is being sent to streaming services and Redbox services in order to make a buck. … More Hot Seat Review: A Fun Low Budget Action Movie

The Princess (2022) Review: It’s Just As Bad As It Looks

When you watch the trailer for “The Princess”, you may think this movie is derivative feminist garbage that would never be released in movie theaters and you would be right.  22 year old Joey King, who’s probably about 5 ft 2 and 110 pounds soaking wet beating up on guys four times her size in … More The Princess (2022) Review: It’s Just As Bad As It Looks

The Witch Part 2 The Other One Review: Crazy, Brutal, Bloody, and Stellar

A ‘girl’ who survives alone in the devastated secret laboratory ‘Ark’ takes first step in the world. Kyung-hee and Dae-gil, two siblings meet the ‘girl’ and become the only friends. Characters with different purposes appear, one after another, and start chasing the ‘girl’. It is the beginning of everything, as another witch wakes up! … More The Witch Part 2 The Other One Review: Crazy, Brutal, Bloody, and Stellar