Captain Marvel Review

After almost 11 years and 20 previous films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) finally gave a female superhero a standalone film, with Academy Award winner Brie Larson making her debut as the incredibly powerful Carol Danvers, known as Captain Marvel. Built up during the end credits of the appropriately bleak Infinity War as the hero who…

Trailers February 11-February 17

Was able to stay up to date this time around, which I regret because I had to watch a trailer for Fifty Shades 4 Teenz, but I also got to see a surprisingly dope teaser for the sequel to the most oversaturated movie in recent memory, and a couple other movies I'm surprisingly here for, so…

Glass Review

Hey, y'all! I'm back! I know it's been a month since I've posted anything, let alone the weekly movie trailers post (those are a lot of work, and I've been busy in the real world, so I haven't gotten around to them. I'll have to see how behind I really am before deciding how I'm…

Favorite 20 of 2018

You've seen me say nice things about every other movie I saw last year, so here is the final ranking. I will note, that there is one movie that I imagine will make a very strong run at my top five, with Barry Jenkins' gorgeous looking adaptation of James Baldwin's If Beale Street Could Talk not…

The Be Kind Rewind – 2018

Listen, y'all,  making movies is hard. A lot of people put a lot of effort into the movies, and sometimes that comes through very clearly, and other times it is less readily apparent. Either way, people work hard on these things for months, and calling something "one of the worst" isn't something I'm looking to…

Trailers December 10-December 16

This week is kind of wild. We have an M. Night Shyamalan movie I'm excited for, a movie whose star is a silent sheep, people revolting against a decade-long alien presence, the most boring thing on the face of the Earth, and Godzilla going one-v-one against a three-headed Titan. What a time to be alive.…