Avengers Infinity War Spoiler Review

Six years after he was initially teased in the mid-credits scene for The Avengers, Thanos finally arrives in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in active pursuit of the six infinity stones which, when paired with his gauntlet, will allow him to destroy half the universe's population with the snap of a finger. It is up to 18-films' worth…

A Quiet Place Review

In the not too distant future, the world has been ravaged by a mysterious creature that hunts on the basis of sound. The film follows a single family as deal with this new world, especially in light of their incoming child. Directed and co-written by The Office's John Krasinski, who also stars, the film joins Jordan Peele's Get…

Ready Player One Review

In the not terribly distant future, the world's major cities are all now slums. The one source of hope is a contest set up by the late James Halliday, the creator of the virtual reality world of OASIS, the winner of which will take control of Halliday's shares and of the OASIS. Based on the…

Annihilation Review

After her husband suddenly returns from a highly mysterious, year-long mission, a biologist is whisked away to investigate a covert area of the United States, which had been impacted by a meteor strike. Loosely based on the first book of Jeff VanderMeer's Southern Reach trilogy (more on that someday), this story of a deeply mutated area of…

Black Panther Review

After the events of Civil War: Infinity War, Prince T'Challa returns to his home country of Wakanda in order to take his late father's place as king. Once there, he must confront the sins of his father and ancestors in order to determine his country's place in the world. There's a lot of good things to…

The Cloverfield Paradox Review

As an energy crisis leads to international tensions, a group of International scientists are sent into space with a particle accelerator, in hopes of creating an alternative energy solution. However, after a seemingly successful run, they find themselves apparently stranded in space without any guidance system. This is a movie that I have known about…

Shape of Water Review

Working as a janitor in a secret government laboratory, the mute Elisa (Sally Hawkins) finds herself falling for the lab’s latest asset (Doug Jones), who was recently brought in by a crazed colonel (Michael Shannon). As a piece of disclosure, this was a hastily-written piece that I just wanted to get written and posted before…

The Disaster Artist Review

Based on the book of the same name, aspiring actor Greg Sestero (Dave Franco) meets aspiring actor/writer/director/probable vampire Tommy Wiseau (James Franco), and over the course of five years, their friendship burgeons and dwindles, all culminating in the world premiere of their film, the infamously/wonderfully terrible The Room. I will start this review by clarifying…

Coco Review

After attempting to steal the guitar of his late musical hero, Miguel, a young boy rejecting his family’s shoemaker ways, is transported into the world of the dead during Mexico’s annual Day of the Dead celebration. There, he must find his great-great-grandfather, the only member of his family who will send him back to the…