The Gentlemen: Guy Ritchie Returns To Form In A Crazy Rollercoaster Story

The Gentleman is as colorful as it is ridiculous and that is what makes it one of the most unique and enjoyable films of the early year.  … More The Gentlemen: Guy Ritchie Returns To Form In A Crazy Rollercoaster Story

Hustlers Review: A Movie With No One To Root For

The story centers around a group of strippers in New York City, led by an ambitious single mother, as they lie, steal, and hustle dozens of wealthy men when the sex industry bottoms out during the late-2000s financial crisis. A journalist covering the story for a magazine interviews one of the ringleaders and tries to figure out where it all went wrong. … More Hustlers Review: A Movie With No One To Root For

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

Peppermint Review: A Female Led Action Flick That Isn’t Insulting To The Viewer

The future is female…that is unless that future involves guns, cartels, and vigilante justice. Most of you should remember the media’s meltdown over the film Death Wish that starred Bruce Willis earlier this year. A film that was savaged as racist, alt-right, problematic, and a Fox News wet dream by progressive critics, so it is interesting that a film starring Jennifer Garner with almost the same premise gets to fly completely under the radar. It is also interesting that members of the ‘Punch Nazis’ crowd have such a problem with on-screen vigilantes or at least the ones they don’t approve of. … More Peppermint Review: A Female Led Action Flick That Isn’t Insulting To The Viewer

BlacKkKlansman Review: Unfocused Spike Lee Anger

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: Unfocused Spike Lee Anger

Sicario Day Of The Soldado Review: A Movie On Par With The First

I don’t believe it’s an exaggeration to say that Taylor Sheridan is the best writer in Hollywood bar none right now. He wrote my favorite film of 2015 Sicario, he wrote one of my favorite films of 2016 Hell or High Water, and now he has written my favorite film of the year thus far Sicario: Day of the Soldado. … More Sicario Day Of The Soldado Review: A Movie On Par With The First