Reviews


Start With Seconds…

A REVIEW OF “THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY” SEASON 2 (SPOILER FREE) I question when I will hit the superhero movie fatigue that is always brought up in conversation when the likes of Marvel and DC throw out their beloved titles that the studios recognize as cash cows or when fanboys in a homicidal rage scream to … Continue reading Start With Seconds…

Y’ALL NEED JESUS

A REVIEW OF HBO’S “the righteous gemstones” By the way…this one’s spoiler-free. Enjoy. I love when comedies are smart. When they take taboo subjects that very rarely get discussed (as people either find them too ridiculous or too unnerving to talk about) and shine the brightest damn light possible on them. Growing up on the … Continue reading Y’ALL NEED JESUS

‘Come and See’: A Horrific Masterpiece of Hell

Elem Klimov’s Come and See (1985) is a relentless horrific masterpiece that is a mandatory watch to understand the horrors of human ugliness. Usually, when one experiences a nightmare one at least wakes up from it, they will wake up in a sweat and tormented by what they experienced in their nightmare. If the nightmare … Continue reading ‘Come and See’: A Horrific Masterpiece of Hell

75 Films From Asia: SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE (2005)

Park Chan-wook conclude his Vengeance Trilogy with one of the most underrated pieces of cinema ever created. The final film in Park Chan-wook’s Vengeance Trilogy is another fantastic inclusion in the masterclass of work that he has created. Lady Vengeance (2005) follows a similar pattern to Oldboy (2003) as it follows a woman released from … Continue reading 75 Films From Asia: SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE (2005)

75 Films From Asia: SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE (2002)

The first film of Park Chan-wook’s Vengeance Trilogy is explosive, bloody, and incredibly nuanced from start to end. I don’t know if I am just excited to continue with this challenge or just the thought of watching and reviewing a film by legendary Korean director, Park Chan-wook, which makes me incredibly excited? This is the … Continue reading 75 Films From Asia: SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE (2002)

‘The King of Staten Island’: A comforting but somber effort from Judd Apatow

Though the film has its flaws, this newest directorial effort from Judd Apatow is a great look into Pete Davidson’s life. This newest film from Judd Apatow is a semi-autobiographical look into Pete Davidson (Saturday Night Live, Trainwreck) and the several struggles in his life. Whether it starts with his suicide attempt or his rocky … Continue reading ‘The King of Staten Island’: A comforting but somber effort from Judd Apatow

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