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Cowboy Bebop – Series Review

It’s been a long time since I watched the Cowboy Bebop animated series and movie. I don’t recollect all the ins and outs, but I do remember how fun they were as we followed the adventure of the three cowboys as they galivant across the galaxy aboard the Bebop. After watching the first episode I thought to myself “there’s no way this series will get a second season”. I think it is because this live...[Read More]

Last Survivors review

Director Drew Mylrea and writer Josh Janowicz certainly do not redefine the wheel with Last Survivors but brings forth a film that truly asks some deep dark questions, poses a moral dilemma, and delivers a revelation that will leave the audiences in disbelief. Partnered up with some great performances from its cast, Last Survivors delivers on all fronts providing to be a truly captivating film tha...[Read More]

Barbarians – Fantastic Fest Review

What makes for an uncomfortable movie setting, getting together with some friends and chaos ensuing, or a dinner party with all that lovely terribleness? Well thankfully Barbarians delivers all of that and then some in its wild, crazy, oddly timely, feature. Strap yourself in and get ready for one of the craziest adventures your eyes will be privileged to. Barbarians is told in separate chapters a...[Read More]

Venom: Let There Be Carnage – Review

Ever since the first Spider-Man movie hit the big screen in 2002 fans of Spider-man have always hoped for characters like Venom and Carnage to hit the big screen as well. Although the previous attempt at Venom (Spider-Man 3 (2007)) didn’t quite impress, Tom Hardy’s adaptation has been a perfect fit as Eddie Brock. Many of us likely wondered… Well, when will Carnage show up? It didn’t take long aft...[Read More]

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) – Review

You can call Marvel movies formulaic all you want, Shang-Chi sure follows its formula to the letter and it’s just fun to watch. It entertains from beginning to end and you happily sit through all the credits for that after credits scene. Some might argue, that you can have it cheaper and watch it at home, sure. However, Shang-Chi is also beautifully choreographed and the stunning fight scene...[Read More]

Kate (2021) – Review

Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as Kate, a kick-ass assassin and we start out with her getting ready for a hit without any exposition, we jump right in and when she is about to take the shot, her mark has a child with him and so she wants to abort as it is against the code but her higher ups, insist she takes the shot and ultimately she does, twice, one in the neck and one in the head, shown graphic...[Read More]

In the Heights – 4K UltraHD Blu-ray Review

The best thing about running a movie site is being forced out of your movie comfort zone. I never used to be a big fan of musicals. Then through this site I was coerced by my wife to watch Moulin Rouge and discovered I had been missing out. Even though I now watch them without grimacing, like anything else, there are good musicals and bad ones. Thankfully, In the Heights is one of the good ones. A...[Read More]

Mogul Mowgli Review

Mogul Mowgli starts in medias res on stage with Zed, a Brit-Pakistani Rapper (Riz Ahmed) enthralling his audience with his rap verse. The choice of camerawork and the full frame aspect ratio gives it this raw authentic feel that not everyone will like and hits you hard right off the bat. It is clear that this is not a comfortable film to watch, is it a good film, though? I would argue that it is a...[Read More]

Peter Rabbit 2 – 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Movie Review While there are some great laughs in Peter Rabbit 2, it loses touch with who Peter rabbit is. I more or less said this in my streaming review. The main human characters could have used a little more time as they were the best part of this movie. Flopsy, Mospy and Cottentail do bring the laughs while most of Peter’s gags seem forced. However, this is just my adult take on the movie. My...[Read More]

Mortal Kombat – 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Movie review One of the great things about being a giant movie fan is when you re-watch a movie when it comes out on physical media and you pick up things that you may not have noticed on the first watch, or they may be pointed out to you. Such a thing was the amazing intro to the film when my nephew pointed out to me… “This is just like a game cutscene”. How the heck did I miss that? Like my orig...[Read More]

How I Became A Superhero – Review

If you expect to find out how anybody became a superhero, don’t bother. The misleading title aside, which is the same as the novel, written by Gérald Bronner, this movie has nothing interesting to offer. The characters are bland, the super powers are boring and the special effects are so-so at best. You could overlook all that and just go for the action but then again you would only watch th...[Read More]

Wish Dragon – Review

I get it, each generation their own Star Wars, or in this case Aladdin. We all knowsa howsa that wentsa… For those unfamiliar with the above pun, Wish Dragon is essentially Aladdin set in modern day China, a cheap and lazy knock-off of Disney’s animated “Aladdin” (not the live action one) one might say. Sure, for those who never heard of the 1001 Arabian Nights stories and ...[Read More]

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