Mother! review

Rated: 3/5 You give, and you give, and you give. It's just never enough.   But if you wanna find hell with me I can show you what it's like Till you're bleeding Not about to see your light Fancy that this film never uses any names. Just he, she, them, her, him, mother, father, … Continue reading Mother! review

Loose Change: Final Cut review

Rated: 1/5 Introduction So, 16th anniversary of 9/11. Last year, I thought I had it all covered, with my reviews of United 93, World Trade Center, The Path to 9/11, and even Path to Paradise. There were a few others that I've seen that I won't review (because they're not worth seeing, much less reviewing), … Continue reading Loose Change: Final Cut review

It (1990 and 2017) film review

1990 version rated: 3/5 2017 version rated: 3/5 Oh God has it been too long since I've witnessed a film that gives me so much material to work with for my review. So eager to type down my thoughts. Oh, and if you're wondering if there's going to be spoilers, you bet your ass there's … Continue reading It (1990 and 2017) film review

My opinion on Game of Thrones so far.

Source First off, let me get this out of the way, I have not seen every season of the show, nor have I read every book (only the first 2, and that's as far as I'm going). I've seen the first season in its entirety, bits and pieces of seasons 2-5, and have seen season … Continue reading My opinion on Game of Thrones so far.

On Charlottesville, and Frustrations with Closed-Mindedness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RHBiRnWwRs So I didn't plan on making any sort of blog post like this. I saw some of what happened in Charlottesville, viewing some news bits here and there, sighing at the inevitability of all this, that violence was bound to strike with all these insane protests and demonstrations that have been going on, that … Continue reading On Charlottesville, and Frustrations with Closed-Mindedness

Detroit review and discussion of Hollywood’s portrayal of racism over the years

Rated: 3/5* * = with caveats, especially with dialogue that self-references the year.  "Helloooo? This is 1967!  I can do whatever I want!" Introduction ... ... ... Ok, so this movie. I had reservations going in. But there are times where I get sick and tired of being on edge, of having such a high … Continue reading Detroit review and discussion of Hollywood’s portrayal of racism over the years

Atomic Blonde and The Blood of Heroes dual review, and a discussion on female empowerment

Rated: 2/5 Cocksucker?  Really? It was convincing wasn't it? So I must confess, Atomic Blonde is a film that I initially didn't have any interest in.  That is, until I saw this little parody via Steven Crowder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AD3TSrfwJgE   Now for the record, prior to watching the film, I assumed he was just exaggerating with … Continue reading Atomic Blonde and The Blood of Heroes dual review, and a discussion on female empowerment

Ghost in the Shell (2017) review

Rated: 2/5 Introduction The first half, minus a few minor quibbles (like the hacking into the mind sequence, which is laughable in it's execution), was actually solid. Fantastic cinematography, great special effects, tremendous atmosphere (even though I think they overdid it with the holograms around the city), and it's refreshing to experience a film that … Continue reading Ghost in the Shell (2017) review

Beauty and the Beast (2017) review, and thoughts on subliminal messages.

Rated: 2/5 I had to take a shit after watching this movie.  That ought to let you know what my thoughts are about it if the rating wasn't enough.  But first, the positives, while they still linger in my mind. The Review The scene where Beast gets the idea to show Belle the library after … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast (2017) review, and thoughts on subliminal messages.

Power Rangers review

Rated: 2/5 "This Krispy Kreme, is the source of life." So that's not exactly how the quote goes, but it's pretty frikkin' close. This movie makes every opportunity it can to reference Krispy Kreme Donuts. Well if they're going to go that hard with in-movie advertising, then I'm going to do some in-review advertising. Minds.com, … Continue reading Power Rangers review