Movies

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Review

It’s that time once again, folks – Disney has graced us with yet another live-action remake of one of their own animated classics. This time…


LOGAN Review

The year is 2029. A man named James Howlett makes his living as a chauffeur in Texas. Gone are the days where James – you…


OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY Review

The trailers were certainly funny. The cast looks like they could deliver. The story looks coherent enough to make for an enjoyable ride. And the…


ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY Review

It’s a little surprising that, at my age, it still isn’t difficult (at all) to get excited about a new Star Wars film. And this…


NOCTURNAL ANIMALS Review

The setting is New York City, at some point in the past (though it probably isn’t more than a few years). At what appears to…


LA LA LAND Review

In my experiences, musicals (of any form or fashion) have always felt so fascinatingly far-fetched. It doesn’t take much to get absorbed into its narrative,…


Arrival Review

I’ve always said that the greatest films of all-time are all films that are complex, yet accessible. They also have extensive replay value, whereas you…


DOCTOR STRANGE Review

When the first DOCTOR STRANGE trailer dropped back in July, I was a little apprehensive about it. At first, I felt that this would be…


Sausage Party Review

A short story: back in my formative years, I had a lot of trouble throwing things away; basically, I was a hoarder. It extended to…


WAR DOGS Review

It’s 2007. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan rage on. The United States government decides that they want to arm the Afghan military for the…