The Mule Review: Eastwood Redeems Himself In Gritty Celebration Of Family

Earlier this year, Clint Eastwood wrote and directed a film starring three young heroes who stopped a terrorist attack in France called The 15:17 to Paris. Unfortunately, this gamble did not pay off as the movie with amateur actors bombed critically and didn’t reach the heights that Eastwood set for the film. Ten months later, Eastwood has a chance at redemption with a film called The Mule and Eastwood does not flub his second chance. … More The Mule Review: Eastwood Redeems Himself In Gritty Celebration Of Family

A Star Is Born (2018) Review

With Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga officially tasked to star in this movie, for months there has been buzz that this movie is a lock for Academy Award season and it hadnโ€™t even premiered yet. Well, the wait is over, and the film that everyone canโ€™t stop talking about and Lady Gaga fans even tried to sabotage reviews for Venom (as if a Sony film needs fake bad reviews) to make sure the film opens at number 1. The question is, does A Star is Born deserve the massive hype behind it, or is this another example of Hollywood loving itself more than audiences? … More A Star Is Born (2018) Review