• Dune



    I saw it twice in the theaters. I was hoping that the second time, I could find more connection to the characters. With each viewing I find the cinematic‘s more impressive. This might be the reason why I felt that the human story was dwarfed when compared to the epic world building and overall theme this film had to offer. I am not familiar with the books nor the lynch film that preceded this. That said, this film is interesting…

  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage

    Venom: Let There Be Carnage


    This movie was so fun, lighthearted, and sincere enough to win me over. Tom Hardy killed it as well as all the other actors on the screen. It didn’t try to be something that it wasn’t. It was the perfect length. At 90 minutes, it moves briskly and swiftly. The movies familiar enough, but with the sincerity and brevity it makes ticket purchase well worth it.

  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    I knew nothing about this movie going in. I wasn’t exactly sold on our goodwill hunting team as characters.. That being said, Ridley very rarely lets me down so I was pretty excited and open minded. I was drawn in pretty quickly. The set design, costume design, art direction, and the entire production team as usual under Ridley were the best cinematic experience you could possibly imagine or ask for. There is no doubt in my mind, ridley Scott is…

  • Eternals



    The Eternals is a steaming pile of doggie Doodoo. I sat watching some of the most beautiful actors that ever graced the silver screen, while wondering why I felt absolutely no attachment to these characters whatsoever. I felt the exposition laborious. I cringed at some of the special effects. Especially our proxy superman flying, as well as the weightlessness of Thena. A few times I imagined the Deviants were offspring of Ultron, what with their creepy steel ligament design. At…