The Woman King Review: Turning Violent Slavers Into Heroes, One Lie At A Time

What do you call a historical epic that omits key details to the story to avoid telling the truth…a fantasy. “The Woman King” is the name of Hollywood’s latest fantasy film masquerading as a historic fact and there is a strong possibility that the film will be showered with awards next year. Of course, it … More The Woman King Review: Turning Violent Slavers Into Heroes, One Lie At A Time

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

2037 Review: A Story Of Female Inmates With No Direction

The biggest aspect that drew my attention to the film “2037” was the South Korean portrayal of women’s prisons. In most western countries, female prisons are portrayed as places that are rampant with violence and lesbianism. Some forms of entertainment portray women’s prisons far better than others. The Australian TV show “Wentworth” does a much … More 2037 Review: A Story Of Female Inmates With No Direction

In Our Prime Review: Good Will Hunting Meets North Korean Communism

It’s rare that a film that is one of the best movies to come out in the year flies this low under the radar. If you like the film ‘Good Will Hunting’ but wish that the film took place during the South Korean-North Korean conflict, then you may like the film “In Our Prime”. The … More In Our Prime Review: Good Will Hunting Meets North Korean Communism

Where The Crawdads Sing Review: A Film That Sacrifices Storytelling For ‘Inclusion’

The next couple of months for movie releases is going to be pretty rough because there’s nothing noteworthy coming out until the late fall of this year. Until then we have to put up with the leftover movies that Hollywood Studios are trying to release because they don’t want to compete with Thor: Love and … More Where The Crawdads Sing Review: A Film That Sacrifices Storytelling For ‘Inclusion’

Father Stu Review: Mark Wahlberg’s Passion Project Is An Emotional Hit

To say Hollywood has a disdain for Christians is like saying Bills fans are not fond of Tom Brady. There is no better example of the discrepancy between critics and audience than looking at the Rotten Tomatoes score of any Christian film. You can’t expect those who believe that children aged 4-8 can be transgender … More Father Stu Review: Mark Wahlberg’s Passion Project Is An Emotional Hit

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