My Top 10 Films of 2022 Halfway Through the Year

Honorable Mentions are as Follows X, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Julia, Hustle, The Sea Beast, Survivor, Top Gun: Maverick, Turning Red, 10: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent This film leans in on the nostalgia of Nicolas Cage and his entire persona. He is very self-deprecating regarding making fun of himself and that persona heContinue reading “My Top 10 Films of 2022 Halfway Through the Year”

Lightyear Review

Pixar has taken over the animation sphere since Toy Story came out in the mid-’90s. They have created films that children and adults can relate to on different levels. These films have transcended the animation genre and have become a part of the filmmaking community like no other animated films have. Pixar has had three of itsContinue reading “Lightyear Review”

Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers Review

If you were a ’90s kid, you got to be a part of an era of pretty fun cartoon shows and animation that Disney owned until Pixar came along in the late ’90s. Shows like Scrooge McDuck, Darkwing Duck, and Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers were among some of the best animated shows of this era. New versions ofContinue reading “Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers Review”

Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness Review

It’s no secret the multiverse was ripped wide open in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) tried helping Peter Parker out and, in doing so, tore the fabric of space and time open so that anybody could come into the MCU. That plays a massive connection into the new Doctor Strange film. Wanda/Vision also played a hugeContinue reading “Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness Review”

Moon Knight Review

Moon Knight has been a C-level superhero in Marvel comics for many years since he first appeared in Werewolf by Night #32 in August 1975. He was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin. His first stand-alone comic came out in 1980. Since then, he’s been an Avenger, a West Coast Avenger, and a member of theContinue reading “Moon Knight Review”

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t a fan of Spider-Man. I’ve been reading Spider-Man comics since I was a kid, which is a long time ago. I’ve seen all the movies in the theater the night they came out, including the first Raimi Spider-Man which came out twenty years ago. Needless to say, Spider-Man: No Way Home isContinue reading “Spider-Man: No Way Home Review”

Encanto Review

Disney and Pixar have paved a path all their own in the animation genre. Encanto is in a category by itself within their canon and this genre. The definition of the title of the film, is quite frankly how I would describe this film. It has a beauty all its own, a richness of color and vividnessContinue reading “Encanto Review”

Eternals Review

Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and Disney have run the gamut of possible characters they could introduce as stand-alone films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the last two decades. I don’t think anybody thought the Eternals would get their own film though,  Let alone get directed by Chloe Zhao, the low-budget indie director of TheContinue reading “Eternals Review”

Soul Review

Soul is the latest film from animation giant Pixar. They have been known as the top of the mountain of animation for about twenty years or so now. Their films have won multiple Academy Awards. And few of them have been nominated for Best Picture as well. Soul is a legitimate contender for another Best Picture nomination andContinue reading “Soul Review”

My 30 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall and Winter 2015 Pt. 1

30: 99 Homes A desperate construction worker (Andrew Garfield) reluctantly accepts a job with the ruthless real-estate broker (Michael Shannon) who evicted him and his family from their home. 29: Mississippi Grind Convinced that his new found friend (Ryan Reynolds) is a good-luck charm, a gambling addict (Ben Mendelsohn) takes the man on a roadContinue reading “My 30 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall and Winter 2015 Pt. 1”