• Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    This was fun for the most part but........ I really wish they would write Venom and Carnage the way they are written in the comics, or at least closer to it than this. I'm over the jokey slap stick Venom. While Woody Harrelson is good as Cassidy, I just didn't like the way he was written. They completely botched the dynamic between Cassidy and Carnage. It's fine and has it's moments but it could have been a lot better

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow

    #BlackWidow was a really good time. The dynamic between the two sisters and their parents is easily the best part of the movie. Florence Pugh steals the entire movie. Easily one of my favorite new characters in the MCU. Anything dealing with the family dynamic was by far the best and most interesting part of the movie. Taskmaster was a big let down, and Ray Winstone's character is a complete cartoon, and there are also way too many easy conveniences…

  • Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train

    Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train

    As a fan of the anime and manga, this movie delivered everything I wanted and more. It picks up right where season 1 left off and doesn't look back. If you've seen season 1, then you know you are in for a visual spectacle throughout. All of the characters you love from the 1st season get their moment to shine with Rengoku being the standout for me. He's introduced at the end of season 1, but here he really gets…

  • Ford v Ferrari

    Ford v Ferrari


    Finally got around to watching this. Happy to say James Mangold hit it out of the park again and made me actually interested in race car driving. Matt Damon and Christian Bale is what makes this movie for me though. Their chemistry and relationship is what drives the story and they're both just amazing in it. Neither of them outshine each other, they both make this movie the fun, engaging, and heart wrenching film it is. Need to catch up on some more movies before I make an opinion, but as of now I can't believe nether one was nominated

  • mid90s



    Fuck shit, that was dope

  • Venom
  • BlacKkKlansman


    "So, you joined the KKK?"

    "I've made contact and scheduled meeting."

    "I.. I don't think you should go to that meeting"

    I could watch John David Washington and Adam Driver talk about anything for 2 hours and I'd be satisfied

  • The Happytime Murders

    The Happytime Murders


    As stupid as this movie is, as messy as the script is...... I still had a pretty good time with it. Is it a great comedy? Hell no, but there is enough for me to like. Not all the jokes landed obviously, but I did laugh pretty consistent. I also really liked the main puppet. Didn't think that would be a big positive but I found his story compelling and he was a really likeable lead.

    A lot of people…

  • The Way Way Back

    The Way Way Back


    "Good. Always take things literally. How's that working out for you? Does that get you laid?"

    Sam Rockwell's performance here just makes me smile. This film shows that there is way more to life than what's in front of you. Only you can carve your own path. Great performances, insanely relatable message, funny, charming, and OWEN. Seriously, the Owen character is too good words.

    One of the most underrated movies of the decade, can't recommend it enough!

  • Blindspotting


    A film that explores our racial culture from multiple angles, and that's what I appreciated most Blindspotting. Huge props to Daveed Sighs and Rafael Casal who wrote and starred in it. To really dig deep into this movie, you have to buy their relationship and I totally did from scene one. It's funny, gripping, unique, and relevant all at the same time.

    There is one scene that explains the meaning behind the title and overall theme of the movie which…

  • Clue


    "Six deaths"

    "Three altogether"

    "This is getting serious"

    Watched this last night and holy crap was not ready for it to be that funny. So many great lines

  • Won't You Be My Neighbor?

    Won't You Be My Neighbor?

    "What does assassination mean?"

    One of the many themes in this documentary that hit me. I know next to nothing about Mr. Rogers before this documentary, and now I find myself fascinated by him and what he was able to create. This is a film everybody should see just to feel better about yourself and how you view others. To sharing a pool with Mr. Clements, to teaching kids how to handle death, the messages and themes behind his work will remain timeless forever, and is actually more relevant today than ever. Defiantly see this when you have the chance!