Movie Review – Red Notice

Red Notice starts the Rock, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot in a heist film when the Rock plays special agent John Hartley as he pursues Nolan Booth (Reynolds), the world's biggest art thief. When Booth steals a egg given to Cleopatra by Marc Antony and is scooped by Bishop (Gadot), he and Hartley end up … Continue reading Movie Review – Red Notice


Movie Review – Get On Up

With Chadwick Boseman's untimely passing I felt compelled to check out one of his movies that did not involve him playing Black Panther. This one was on an HBO free preview, so it won out. The story starts flipping back and forth between James early childhood and some of his performances during his early career, … Continue reading Movie Review – Get On Up

Movie Review – Birds of Prey

Not writing the whole title out, sorry not sorry I missed this one in the theater, but I did finally get around to watching it at home as part of my social distancing TV programming. Unfortunately for all involved it greatly underperformed at the box office, grossing just under $202 million worldwide on an $84 … Continue reading Movie Review – Birds of Prey

Movie Review – BlacKKKlansman

This 2018 film is based on the true story of Detective Ron Stallworth, who through his own doggedness managed to get an undercover sting of a local KKK chapter underway.  Along the way Stallworth talks to infamous Klan leader David Duke (played by Topher Grace) and finds that there are Klan members in law enforcement … Continue reading Movie Review – BlacKKKlansman

Movie Review – Spider Man: Far from Home

If you read my review of Spider-Man: Homecoming (if you haven't, it's right here) then you know about my reluctance to buy all the way in on how they're doing Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). But after two more chances to see Tom Holland's take on Spidey in Infinity War and Endgame, I've … Continue reading Movie Review – Spider Man: Far from Home

Movie Review – Godzilla King of Monsters

The good All things monster related were just wonderful. Godzilla, Ghidorah, and Rodan all looked great and Mothra was truly a sight to behold. I have long advocated for the old cheesy rubber suits over CGI laden attempts at realism but I finally relent now. They did all of the big 4 justice with the … Continue reading Movie Review – Godzilla King of Monsters

Movie Review – Bumblebee

Bumblebee is the sixth film in the Transformers movie series, which was badly in need of a turnaround after the fifth installment The Last Knight didn't meet expectations at the box office. Now the movies had been getting crushed by critics, bloggers, etc for some time but had been bulletproof until then even as it … Continue reading Movie Review – Bumblebee