The Suicide Squad Review: Major Improvements From The First Film

Just because this is a superhero film doesn’t mean “The Suicide Squad” is fit for the whole family. But if you leave your kids at home, there is plenty of brutal fun to be had. … More The Suicide Squad Review: Major Improvements From The First Film

Molly’s Game Review

Four years ago, Utah’s wide receiver Kaelin Clay scored a 79-yard touchdown pass in a game against #4 Oregon…until he discovered that he dropped the ball at the 2-yard line and Oregon picked it up for a 99-yard touchdown the other way. What does this have to do with Molly’s Game? Nothing outside of the fact that is exactly how I felt watching this movie. … More Molly’s Game Review

Thor: Ragnarok Review

Thor: Ragnarok is entertaining but suffers from the same problems as other. It’s gotten to the point where you can cut and paste previous reviews and change the names while the major pros and cons of the film don’t change. Thor: Ragnarok is the best Thor movie but it’s also a textbook popcorn film. … More Thor: Ragnarok Review

The Dark Tower Review

The Dark Tower suffers from not having enough time to tell the story that was needed. Missed opportunity is what you will hear repeated by critics and fans and they are correct. However, don’t let the RT score fool you, the film isn’t as bad as advertised, but it is a disappointment for those who have been waiting years to see this story told on the big screen. … More The Dark Tower Review