Mission Impossible: Fallout Review

Mission: Impossible is the best operating franchise, and it is not particularly close. If Star Wars was only doing the episodic Skywalker Saga, and if the prequels didn't exist, then maybe the debate would be a bit more interesting, but with Rogue One  and Solo not quite living up to what that franchise should be (or, if it's the other way…

Sorry To Bother You Review

Upon its release, Sorry To Bother You has been described by several major review sources (including The BBC and The Guardian) as this year’s Get Out. Sorry To Bother You is not this year’s Get Out. Yes, both films are biting satires, one utilizing the horror genre to expose the subtle and not-so-subtle ways that…

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again Review

In 2008, two of the five worldwide highest grossing movies of the year came out on the same date in July (the 18th, to be exact). Coming in at number one that year, The Dark Knight, arguably changed the movie world for good. Maybe not for the better, but the effect it had certainly seems…

Trailers July 2-July 14

Sorry that it's been a minute since I've done these. After seeing two of my very best friends get married, and slightly hurting my knee during the festivities, I have not really had a chance to focus on these trailers, but I'm making a comeback before Comic-Con drowns me. Included in this package is a…

Incredibles 2

Pixar can play my tear ducts like a fiddle. I mean, to be fair, most forms of media can play me like a fiddle. I’m very much a person who wears my heart on my sleeve, and tend to cry at films. But Pixar has a way to get at me on a consistent basis.…

Hereditary Review

After the death of her mother, a woman and her family begin to experience some deeply unsettling things in their lives, very little of which is easy to watch. When I went into this movie, I knew that I had to go in expecting the unexpected. I had been told by Twitter film critics that…