john has written 15 reviews for films rated .

  • Game Over, Man!

    Game Over, Man!

    One of the most disposable and by the numbers action comedies I’ve seen in recent memory. Game Over, Man tries to reinvent the wheel in the genre and flops hard. The leads have terrible chemistry with some of the most low brow humor I’ve seen in a while. The film’s references are so overbearing that it felt like a separate part of the movie. 


  • Scoob!


    Scoop fails at not only being a fun and lighthearted animated movie but also fails as a Scooby-Doo movie as well. Easily the worst movie I have seen all year long and I couldn’t have waited till it was over. Sure the animation is nice to look at but that’s it. What you have hear is a soulless and referenced filled “movie” that thinks it’s two different things. The voice acting is weird, most of the cast seems miscasted here,…

  • The Weeknd: After Hours

    The Weeknd: After Hours

    Love the song but goddamn the music video make it stop please 


  • Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

    Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

    For someone who enjoys the Fast and Furious franchise because of it's over the top action and dumb premises, Hobbs and Shaw was absolutely abysmal. Sure, The Rock and Statham's chemistry and banter was entertaining and some of the fight choreography was neat to look at. This felt very lazy and by the numbers. The story is very familiar to the point where all the beats are hit, the side characters are given nothing to do, the cameos mean nothing, the editing is incomprehensible and the soundtrack is overbearing. This is just diet Bad Boys and even Bad Boys is just fine to me


  • Just Go with It

    Just Go with It

    Seeing Adam Sandler trying to make me laugh and do the same jokes over and over again was the most headache inducing thing ever

    Thank god there's Uncut Gems


  • The Death & Life of John F. Donovan

    The Death & Life of John F. Donovan

    While I am a big fan of Xavier Dolan's Mommy, I am not a fan of this. With a story like this its hard for it to not come across as cheesy. The acting especially by Jacob Tremblay and Kit Harrington are terrible and the rest of its surprisingly star studded cast are just okay. With themes of losing your innocence and trying to meet your star, it comes across as pretentious and does not work. The cinematography was great, and the pacing and editing were all over the place.


  • The Fanatic

    The Fanatic

    This film is a transcendent experience, truly a one of a kind film. Yes this film is absolutely downright horrible and is carried by John Travolta's over the top performance. It is one of those new "so bad it's good movies" I hope this gets a cult following and becomes The Room of this generation


  • The Lion King

    The Lion King

    The Lion King is directed by Jon Faveru and stars a whole lot of people including Donald Glover, Beyonce, Seth Rogen and Billy Echiner. And is remake of the 1994 original. Now I enjoyed the original I didnt think it was perfect in my opinion but still pretty good and didn't have high expectations for this new one whatsoever, so going in I didn't expect anything. And wow. The Lion King (2019) might be the worst film of 2019. Its…

  • Breakthrough


    Saw this at a church retreat

    It's like Fox was trying to remake God's Not Dead


  • Fight Club

    Fight Club

    Look before you all attack me hear me out, I tried so so so so hard to like this movie. Believe me I tried! But, I just couldn't it in me. But there are certain aspects that I did like for the most part so lets talk about those

    -The acting by the three main leads were great for what they were given
    -Its shot very well and it gave a dark and foreboding undertone
    - I like the arch…

  • Alita: Battle Angel

    Alita: Battle Angel

    Alita Battle Angel is directed by Robert Rodriguez and produced by James Cameron and is based on the influential manga of the same name. I'm gonna try to piece together the series of events but I'll get go why in a sec but it's about a doctor (Christolph Waltz) who finds a cyborg and names it Alita and there are some government bad guys after her and she wants to race in a motor ball tournament. As you can see…

  • I Love You, Daddy

    I Love You, Daddy

    In light of recent events regarding Louie C.K, this film will unfortunately see the light of day, but I got to see it. I love you Daddy is the directorial debut of Louie C.K and stars himself Choke Grace Moretz, Charlie Day, John Malkovich, Edie Falco and Rose Byrne and tells the story of Glen Topher, a father of China Topher who just wants to mooch off his father until she falls in love with a filmmaker that really dates…