‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Movie Review: A Timely Psychological Thriller

Don’t Worry Darling directed by Olivia Wilde is finally out and we can honestly say it was a really good film. Despite the non-stop news cycle of behind-the-scenes drama, it did not keep viewers from heading to the theatre. We’re…

‘The Woman King’ Movie Review: An Epic Historical Piece

While sitting in the theater watching The Woman King, I found myself in awe that it took seven years for a film like this to be seen.

‘Gigi And Nate’ Movie Review: A Film That Reminds Us About Hope

Once in a while a movie comes along that both warms and breaks your heart all at the same time. That’s how we feel about Gigi and Nate.

‘The Invitation’ Movie Review: The Vampire Film We’ve Been Waiting For

Have you ever watched a film that was so enjoyable that in the midst of watching it you’re already thinking about watching it all over again? That was us when we watched The Invitation directed by Jessica M. Thompson. As…

‘Orphan: First Kill’ Movie Review: A Twisted Prequel

Orphan: First Kill, the prequel to Orphan, is out now. And it was quite a twisted installment in this creepy film franchise.

’13: The Musical’ Review: A Pleasant Surprise

Netflix’s 13: The Musical features a young cast that is utterly stacked with talent. And, at its heart, the movie has some touching takeaways

‘Thirteen Lives’ Review: Real and Rousing

Real-life stories don’t get more tense than ‘Thirteen Lives.’ Or more uplifting. And director Ron Howard delivers it all.

‘Nope’ Review: A Cautionary Tale About Going Viral

We realize Nope is about an alien invasion, but we have a theory of our own as well. The film is a cautionary tale about going viral.

‘Elvis’ Review: Mostly Fit for a King

The King of Rock and Roll shakes up the big screen in Elvis, a worthwhile piece of entertainment for your summer.

Movie Review: ‘Good Luck To You, Leo Grande’

It’s been a long time since we’ve had a feel-good movie like this one. Sure, there have been tons of movies out there but, we’re talking about the kind of film that makes you laugh, cry, and really think. Good…

Movie Review: ‘First Love’

With the current state of the world, people want to see something light. “First Love” is one of those movies that provides that little escape

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Review: A Dino-Sized Disappointment

Jurassic World: Dominion tries to recapture the perfection of the past, but it can’t quite manage it. We discuss in our review.

‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Review: A Beautiful Tribute to Beloved Characters

Downton Abbey: A New Era is in theatres, and it’s probably safe to say…fans are not okay.

Movie Review: “The Twin”

The Twin is much more than meets the eye and we love when a movie surprises us, don’t you? We review Teresa Palmer’s new adventure!

Movie Review: ”Fresh” Will Make You Never Want To Date Again

Dating in the modern world is hard enough as it is. Fresh will really make you re-think dating even more now. We review!

Movie Review: ‘Through My Window’

Netflix film Through My Window based on the popular book A Través De Mi Ventana by Wattpad author Ariana Godoy is finally out. Fans of Ariana and this story have been waiting a long time for this. As a newbie…

‘The Power of the Dog’ Review: One of the Year’s Best

Benedict Cumberbatch has crafted a niche for himself playing men who are both brilliant and boorish, men who put people off with their arrogance or disinterest in others. His character in The Power of the Dog fits right into this…

‘Eight Gifts of Hanukkah’ Review

After suffering through Hallmark Channel’s Eight Gifts of Hanukkah, I would like to take back everything I’ve ever said about wanting holiday movies for my people. I’ll just stick to watching that one episode of The Nanny, thank you very…

‘Passing’ Movie Review: A Film About More Than Racial Identity

Netflix film ‘Passing’ directed by Rebecca Hall and based on the book by Nella Larsen deals with a taboo subject that is still relevant even today in 2021. The term “Passing” which we previously talked about when the films trailer…

‘Eternals’ Review: A Story of Superpowered Beings and Their Humanity

Marvel Studios’ latest film “Eternals” highlights the humanity of Earth’s earliest heroes, a group of superpowered immortal beings.

‘The Claus Family’ Review: A Festive Family Formula

Since Christmas obviously begins directly after Halloween, Netflix now has the Dutch family holiday film ‘The Claus Family’ for you!