Turn off the Lights
Read Full Article
Adrift Review
June 15, 2018 | Movie Reviews
Read Full Article
Tag Review
June 12, 2018 | Movie Reviews
Read Full Article
Incredibles 2 Review
June 12, 2018 | Movie Reviews
Read Full Article
Yardie (Sundance London 2018 Review)
June 12, 2018 | Movie Reviews
Read Full Article
Ocean’s Eight Review
June 11, 2018 | Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews

4.0
Read Full Article

Adrift Review

Early this year The Mercy sailed into theatres with Colin Firth sailing through the tragically true journey of Donald Crowhurst as he chose to race a sailboat around the world in 1968. This tale is a familiar journey of difficulties and challenges at sea and proves to be one of the most depressing stories in […]

6.0
Read Full Article

Tag Review

Everyone intends to stay in touch with their friends from high school, but after graduation that is rarely accomplished by most. Except for a band of friends from Spokane, Washington who managed to keep a game of tag going for nearly 30 years after graduating from high school. Regardless of where they’ve found themselves in the […]

9.0
Read Full Article

Incredibles 2 Review

Pixar’s influence on the film industry is undeniable and many of the characters created at the animation studio continue to impact multiple generations. From Woody and Buzz to Carl Fredricksen (Up), audiences have come to welcome these wonderfully written personalities into their lives and the Incredible family remains as one of the quintessential examples of […]

7.9
Read Full Article

Yardie (Sundance London 2018 Review)

Idris Elba’s directorial debut Yardie, based on the novel by Victory Headley, stars Aml Ameen (The Maze Runner, Sense8) as D, a young Jamaican sent to London to complete a drug deal … but the plot thickens as he follows the trail of his brother’s killer. The film’s prologue and various flashbacks star a young […]

6.3
Read Full Article

Ocean’s Eight Review

Ocean’s 8 a sequel (of sorts) to the Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s 11 franchise, starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway and Rihanna and directed by Hunger Games’ Gary Ross. Sandra Bullock is Debbie Ocean, younger sister of the franchise’s original protagonist, Danny Ocean (George Clooney). Debbie has just been released from prison, and is immediately […]

8.2
Read Full Article

The Miseducation of Cameron Post (Sundance London 2018 Review)

Based the last portion of the novel by Emily Danforth, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, up-and-coming director Desiree Akhavan tells the story of gay teen Cameron (Chloë Grace Moretz) as she’s sent to a Christian conversion center by her orthodox family in the 90s. The dreamy, warmly lit visuals of Cam’s fantasies and memories contrast the starker, […]

6.0
Read Full Article

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the fifth film in the Jurassic Park franchise and the third in the new continuity. Celebrated Spanish director J. A. Bayona makes his Hollywood debut with this entry in the sci-fi series. Set three years after the events of Jurassic World the dinosaurs face extinction once again due to the volcano on Isla Nublar is about to […]

8.0
Read Full Article

The Dam Busters (1954) Home Release Review

In honor of the 75th anniversary of Operation Chastise, the daring mission in which the Royal Air Force successfully breached the supposedly impenetrable Ruhr river dams of Germany, the 1955 British classic The Dam Busters is getting a special new home release. Directed by the late, great Michael Anderson (Logan’s Run, Around the World in […]

8.0
Read Full Article

Upgrade Review

What is surprising about the film from Australian writer/director Leigh Whannell is that it is a low budget film that was filmed in Australia, but it has received relatively little press attention in the land down under. Upgrade was picked up by Blumhouse Tilt productions (Split, Get Out) after being screened at the South by Southwest […]

5.0
Read Full Article

Breakheart Pass Blu-ray Re-release Review

Breakheart Pass is 1975 murder mystery western directed by Tom Gries and starring Charles Bronson, based on the Alistair MacLean novel of the same name. Despite a strong cast and an intriguing premise, it never really takes off. John Deakin (Bronson) is wanted fugitive who gets caught in a small town and put on an […]

Follow Us

Meet the Movie Staff

Our Sponsors

Featured Poll

Latest Members