Elvis (2022) Review: An Outstanding Performance Outweighs Clunky Writing And Tom Hanks

There is nothing more depressing than listening to music from the 1950s. Not because 50s music is bad, its because nothing exposes the societal rot of the United States of America more than looking at what was considered music 70 years ago versus what is considered music in 2022. From Ray Charles, Little Richard, Pasty … More Elvis (2022) Review: An Outstanding Performance Outweighs Clunky Writing And Tom Hanks

Fighting with My Family Review: The Story About A Wrestling Family Is A Real Champion

Being a 24-year fan of professional wrestling, there was no way I wasn’t watching this film. For those who aren’t in the know when it comes to the world of rasslin’, Saraya-Jade Bevis, who is known in WWE by her ring name Paige, was essentially a child prodigy in the industry. Paige was an underground wrestling sensation as a teenager as her family ran a wrestling show and she was featured prominently. In 2011, she received her big break with the WWE at the age of 18. A few years later she became the youngest women’s champion in the company’s history and it looked like the sky was the limit. … More Fighting with My Family Review: The Story About A Wrestling Family Is A Real Champion

The Upside Review/Discussion (The Media’s Attempted Sabotage Of The Film)

Critics have a hard enough time these days maintaining credibility in the face of being called shills for certain studios or even being criticized for being the wrong race and gender to review a movie in the first place. Fair or unfair, it is a bad look for the industry to turn into attack dogs that serve push the agenda of ideologues and I’m saying this as an openly biased critic. Is The Upside a great film? No, but it is a very good one but if you are waiting for mainstream critics to tell you that, you may be dealing with people who decided to sink the movie before it ever had a chance. … More The Upside Review/Discussion (The Media’s Attempted Sabotage Of The Film)

The Front Runner Review: Gary Hart Isn’t As Interesting As He Is Sold In The Film

Believe it or not, there was a time in America where journalists questioned their own ethics when writing and reporting a story…about Democrats. If you are a Republican, you can damn sure look forward to journalists screaming loaded questions from halfway across the room while they wrestle the mic away from your interns just to make you look as bad as humanly possible. … More The Front Runner Review: Gary Hart Isn’t As Interesting As He Is Sold In The Film

Bohemian Rhapsody Review: Strong On Music, Weak On Drama

Oh God…can you believe that at one point Sacha Baron Cohen was set to star as Freddie Mercury? Dodged that bullet. There is no denying that Freddie Mercury is one of the greatest and most iconic voices in the history of music. But not many people in today’s age know the rise and fall of the band Queen. … More Bohemian Rhapsody Review: Strong On Music, Weak On Drama

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. … More BlacKkKlansman Review

The 15:17 to Paris Review

Americana, Guns, Faith, Military, and Islāmic Terror Attacks…five things to guarantee a bad rating on Rotten Tomatoes. All jokes aside, I was skeptical when Director Clint Eastwood announced that he had cast Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, and Spencer Stone to play themselves in the film The 15:17 to Paris in where they reacted the 2015 Thalys train attack. … More The 15:17 to Paris Review

The Post Review: A Lesson To Keep Government in Check

Hollywood invested a lot of time, programming, and money into making sure he didn’t win and when that didn’t happen, people kinda lost their shit. Steven Spielberg put the production of this movie on the fly because he saw “scary parallels” between The Pentagon Papers and today’s White House. The narrative of this movie is “truth tellers” are to be believed and they are the “real heroes”. Reality is that just isn’t the case. … More The Post Review: A Lesson To Keep Government in Check