Category: Theatrical/VOD

Captain Marvel Review

Marveling at Marvel No Doubt’s charged “I’m Just a Girl” blares when Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) finally overcomes her personal skepticism to take on a group of villains. It’s …

Glass Review

Shattered As a pair, Unbreakable and Split delivered a sharp, “life imitates art” conceit. Comic books represent life – social issues, injustice, moral right – and M. Night Shyamalan’s …

Godzilla: The Planet Eater Review

Enjoyment Eater Science failed in defeating Godzilla. A nanometal city – a stand-in of sorts for popular monster Mechagodzilla – was obliterated in the last chapter of this anime …

Creed II Review

Rocky IV’s memorable scene is that of James Brown, surrounded by Americana, introducing Apollo Creed on his march to fight the USSR’s Ivan Drago to the pop tune “Living …

The Catcher Was a Spy Review

More like the spy was a catcher, but still “You’re an unusual man, Mr. Berg,” says Jeff Daniels to a potential American spy, aging Red Sox catcher Moe Berg. …

A Swingers Weekend Review

Swingin’ Dramedy A Swingers Weekend does deal with the expected awkwardness of a casual sex weekend. Three couples come together in an isolated cabin, not all of them in …

The Meg Review

Meg-a Dull The final image of The Meg is a tongue-in-cheek, punny “Fin.” If only the rest had that dad humor. It’s odd to consider The Meg’s sin is …

A Taste of Phobia Review

Fearful Phobias have driven many horror movies over the years. A Taste of Phobia is indie horror that uses some common and a few uncommon fears as the basis …

Skyscraper Review

Scandinavian Terrorists Can’t Melt Steel Beams It’s time for movie watchers to consider where Dwayne Johnson falls on the action movie scale. He’s not Bruce Willis. Bruce Willis punched …

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

After space aliens, magic, and time travel were introduced in Marvel’s ‘universe,’ it’s Ant-Man and the Wasp that feels the most ridiculous. Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) asks, “Do you …