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

Amsterdam (2022) Review: A Left-Wing Hollywood Lecture Soaked In Nihilism

With the American box office suffering from its lowest point since 9/11, David O. Russell’s film ‘Amsterdam’ had a prime opportunity to bring audiences back to the movie theaters for a film that flexes a big cast of quality actors…and Taylor Swift. However, much like a Denver Broncos running back, ‘Amsterdam’ fumbles a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity … More Amsterdam (2022) Review: A Left-Wing Hollywood Lecture Soaked In Nihilism

Glass Review: A Little Too Much, A Little Too Confusing

For a while there, it looked like M. Night Shyamalan was on the verge of a major comeback. Two years ago, there was a lot of buzz about the film Split. Not only was Split a legitimately thrilling and disturbing film but major buzz was generated when it was discovered the film was a sequel to one of his early hits Unbreakable starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson. To no surprise, a follow-up film was announced and now you have the finale of the Eastrail 177 Trilogy: Glass, which had many people excited going in but you’ll likely be disappointed heading out.  … More Glass Review: A Little Too Much, A Little Too Confusing

Thoroughbreds Review: Not Exactly The New Heathers

Connecticut, home to rich elite Democrats who value lawns and driveways so they don’t live in New York City. Apparently, it is also the home to sociopathic teenagers who have to buy their friends and mull over killing people in order to bring any sense of joy to their miserable existence…so yeah they nailed Connecticut. … More Thoroughbreds Review: Not Exactly The New Heathers