• Snoop & Martha's Very Tasty Halloween

    Snoop & Martha's Very Tasty Halloween

    If you’re going to let Snoop & Kevin Hart swear as much as they want during Olympic highlights, then you should treat Snoop & Martha specials the same way, Peacock.

  • Lamb


    I would’ve liked this a lot more if it was shorter. Once you see Ada in all her glory, it’s just the same stuff over and over again for 100 minutes and the final few aren’t tense or emotional since boredom has set in. And why is it split into 3 Chapters?

    The best part of my screening was that I saw the last show of the week, a 3:45pm Thursday matinee, and there were only 12 minutes of trailers…

  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    I really liked this and am so glad I saw it with a friend that loves to laugh at Matt Damon, Ben Affleck & Adam Driver as much as I do when they play ridiculous characters. The movie is split into three chapters, so here goes.

    Chapter 1: The Truth According to Jean de Carrouges - It’s a bold choice to start your two and a half hour movie with your most boring character, but once I got into the flow…

  • Carrie


    I had no idea that John Travolta was in this and that Larry The Cable Guy stole “Git R Done” from him.

  • Muppets Haunted Mansion

    Muppets Haunted Mansion

    There’s always a period of adjustment when a new performer takes on the voice acting role of a beloved character, but it’s been 4 years of Matt Vogel being the worst Kermit The Frog and he appears to be only getting worse. It’s bad enough Disney owns The Muppets and took all the fun out of them, but at least find a better Kermit to make these slightly better.

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    I watched it again while writing my first review to see if it was not as bad as I thought just two hours earlier, or if it really does suck, and it’s official, it just sucks. 

    I have so many issues with so many things about this but my main one is that the whole point of this reboot/sequel trilogy to the original was to erase all other movies from existence, yet they literally show footage from Halloween II, bring back the…

  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills


    Apparently it doesn’t. 

    Take a shot every time someone says “Evil dies tonight,” “Big John” or “Little John” and you’ll die of alcohol poisoning in under 100 minutes. 

    I really hate that Laurie is still called “Grandmother” and that she didn’t share one scene with Mikey. And I hate every single person that lives in Haddonfield. 

    Minus a half-star for that atrocious end credits song by the equally atrocious band Ghost. 

    Halloween Ranked

  • The Dead Pool

    The Dead Pool

    “You’re shit out of luck.”

    It was fun to watch this as an adult, because I’ve only ever remembered Jim Carrey’s "Welcome to the Jungle" scene from when I was a kid. I never remembered that Liam Neeson is the director and Patricia Clarkson is the local reporter. Also loved the cameo from Guns N Roses at Jim’s funeral. I felt like Clint seemed a little more into this one than the last, and since he didn’t direct this, it looked a…

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    This peaked right off the bat with the flashback opening of Day 1 and doesn’t really feel like it has a third act. It just keeps introducing ideas in a very long second act, like a gang of feral humans and the fact that the monsters can’t swim (hello Signs!) and then introduces Djimon Hounsou and kills him 5 minutes later before just stopping. 

    The editing of both kids stopping a monster simultaneously at the end was cringeworthy.

  • That Thing You Do!

    That Thing You Do!


    I never need another reason to watch this, but The Ringer posted an excellent oral history a couple weeks ago and even after 25 years it still has stories I’ve never heard, so I got all excited to rewatch it once again.

  • Sudden Impact

    Sudden Impact

    Go ahead, make my day.”

    My least favorite of the first 4 “Dirty Harry” movies, especially since he doesn’t have a partner to be a dick to, and I think it’s mostly due to Clint Eastwood’s direction. It never feels like a good action movie and it’s never suspenseful or thrilling either. Even though he’s sharing the screen with his then-partner Sondra Locke, he just looks like he’s over it, which is hilarious since he still made over $30M in…

  • Plaisir


    I never expected to hear Montell Jordan’s "Get It On Tonite" in this, but I am here for it. The French countryside looks even more beautiful when shot on film.