Tom & Jerry (2021) Review: A Failure To Understand Its Audience

Warner Bros. Pictures’ latest content for HBO Max, its streaming service, is baffling. With the majority of its old cartoon catalog available on the platform, the decision to create a modern-day, live-action/animated hybrid of a 1940s William Hanna and Joseph Barbera cartoon begs the question: Who is the target audience? Children? Kids won’t recognize a … More Tom & Jerry (2021) Review: A Failure To Understand Its Audience

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

CHiPs (2017) Review: A Hit Or Miss R Rated Comedy

This isn’t the comedy of the year or even a smash hit, it just isn’t as bad as I thought it was. Dax Shepard put a lot of effort into this film and overall it was a decent effort. The chemistry works, the jokes are hit and miss, and Vincent D’Onofrio is never a waste of a film. CHiPs may have nothing to do with the original by it is a good movie to rent. … More CHiPs (2017) Review: A Hit Or Miss R Rated Comedy