It’s rare these days that I go to the movie theatre and walk out of it feeling satisfied, but Martin McDonagh’s new masterpiece, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri left me feeling more than satisfied, I feel renewed. To be clear, if this film doesn’t win best picture at the Academy Awards I’ll be shocked, as … Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review
Here’s a trailer for the film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEBIJRAkujM The newest flick from Doug Liman, who last directed The Edge of Tomorrow, is an action packed docu-comedy starring the amazing Tom Cruise as Barry Seal, a slimy, yet loveable airline pilot who gets commissioned by the CIA to smuggle drugs and guns from the U.S. to South … Continue reading Tom Cruise Crushes it Again: American Made Review
When I first read the reviews for Dunkirk, I thought it was odd that every outlet seemed to be saying the same few things about it. After seeing the film though, it makes sense why. This isn’t really a movie you can describe without sounding like a shell-shocked loon. Stumbling out of that theater my … Continue reading Dunkirk Review: The Film Nolan Was Meant to Make
If you’re in the same situation that I’m in, then you’re probably suffering from an entertainment drought this Summer. Sure, there have been some awesome films released, but there’s only so many times you can watch Baby Driver and Spider-Man: Homecoming before you need something more consistent. Luckily, Netflix has had some sweet content pop … Continue reading What to Watch on Netflix: July 2017
Right off the bat I wanna say that I think this is one of the few movies in modern times that gets both female empowerment and tonal consistency right. While I could write a whole other blog about how I think this is a perfect example of a feminist film, my brief summary of what elevates this movie above others is that Wonder Woman is constructive, while other so called “feminist films” are destructive.