Netflix Quick Review: Adventures in Public School

Adventures in Public School is the perfect film, for when you don’t want to feel the actual emotion-packed into To All The Boys I’ve Loved, but your not at the point of self-loathing that you actually waste your time watching The Package. Netflix finally pulled the cord and now people like me might be outlet […]

Have a Good Time with ‘Good Time’ (Review)

Looks like it’s time to stop giving Robert Patterson shit for that one terrible role that haunts his past. Listen I don’t care how much you hated Water for Elephants the man does have talent. Patterson has an enthralling performance as that guy you don’t want to make eye contact with when in a Jack-in-the-Box at […]

The Magic Found Beyond Wealth: ‘The Florida Project’ (Review)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwQ-NH1rRT4 The Florida Project is an exhibition of guerilla filmmaking at it’s finest. Director Sean Baker greatly improves from his iPhone shot film Tangerine and produces such a charming movie. The Florida Project is a mixture of false fantasy and the harsh reality that presents an absent plot film that gives us a slice of […]

Would You Survive?!? Circle (2015) Quick Movie Review

So I just watched Circle (2015) a film that has the great misfortune of having a name that is dangerously close to a film that stars the like of Tom Hanks and Emma Watson. Not to be confused with the bomb that was The Circle, this is a suspenseful Science-fiction thriller directed by the team of  […]

Some Freaks (2016) Quick Review

Some Freaks is an independent movie on Netflix directed by Ian MacAllister McDonald. This indie darling is the tale of two high school outcasts who find romance; having the time of their lives until they come to encounter that the volatile nature of youth may become an impossible adversity to overbear. I will now demonstrate […]

Best Adapted Screenplay Nominee? ‘Wonder’ is Absolutely Wonderful.

Wonder is the recent film adaption of the shared title 2012 published book by R.J. Palacio. Wonder is the heart-warming tale of Auggie Pullman, a kid with Treacher Collins Syndrome (genetically caused facial deformity) trying to integrate himself into the world by going to the 5th grade. Throughout the year, Auggie attests to harshness of […]

The Quick Pitch: What I Would Adapt Into A Film Franchise?

One possible adaption that can be brought to the silver screen, with a good chance of successful would be the Erin Hunter Warriors series. The fantasy childrens’ novels are considered a high concept; Patrick Frater of Variety neatly sums it up into “a series of books about four clans of warring feral cats”. Not only […]

Spider-Man: Homecoming One Paragraph Review

I, like many of you saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and it’s a pretty enjoyable film. I’ve also seen that everyone and their mother, and their grandmother has done: a review, or an Easter egg hunt, or speculation of a sequel content or franchise comparisons or how it expands the Marvel universe or pretty much anything discussing the […]

4 Films I Don’t Quite Know What to Say About Them

This post is for the couple of films I’ve watched that recently that I couldn’t find a real purpose to write out a full post on. These films don’t share a common theme really so it should be interesting to mind bend across these transitions between films or you could just find one you want […]

Fist Fight: a Nice Hit or a Slap in the Face

Fist Fight is a modern comedy featuring It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day and rapper/actor Ice Cube.  Fist Fight answers the age-old question of instead students laying down on the playground what if your teachers decided to settle their beef out there instead? The stakes this time go beyond having your lunch money […]

Quick Review: Jurassic School

When I started writing this summer I promised to force myself to make some sort of review on every movie I sit down and watch and boy is this a hard one. Jurassic School  is to put it simple an awful movie.  Something about the opening credits being in Comic Sans tells you all you […]