Only Five Movies Can Survive – Which Films Should They Be?

Everyone has their favorite movies, but what if you can only watch five movies for the rest of your life? Would it be the same list or would it change exponentially? Personally, I’d say my top 5 list is very different from the five movies I’d be okay with watching for the rest of my…

Taking a Look at 2020’s Odd Highest Grossing Films

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, movie theaters have been shut down for the majority of the year. With many having closed in March, that leaves a good five to six months where nothing new has really come out. Couple that along with many of the year’s expected blockbusters being moved to 2021 or further, many…

Films to Look Out for in September

September is here and theaters are slowly but surely beginning to open again. With this, it means that the big screen will the place to see some of the biggest films once again. However, streaming and video on demand will still be bringing some hits too. Either way, here are some things that are worth…

Netflix or Hulu: Who Wins September?

Well everyone, it is that time of the month again! Oh, no, not that. It’s the time that your favorite streaming services release new content! It always brings me joy to go online and see what’s coming to a couch near me. Being that it’s September, I also am hoping to see a lot of…

The Batman Trailer: 3 Things to Be Excited About

This past weekend, DC Comics held a virtual convention called DC FanDome, which was packed with exciting news for DC Comics fans. A two major video games were announced, “Gotham City Knights” and “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League,” and trailers for Wonder Woman 1984 and the Synder cut of Justice League were shown. However,…

Sleepless in Seattle (1993) – Almost a Horror Movie

Sleepless in Seattle is a 1993 romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks as a widower and single father, who after his son calls a radio show looking to find him a new wife, captures the infatuation of Meg Ryan. It’s actually, all in all, a cute movie. Tom Hanks is as fun as ever. Meg Ryan…

AMC Theatres set to reopen after months of closure

After being closed down for five months, AMC Theatres plans to make a triumphant return across the country starting on August 20th. In a tweet posted by the company, over 100 AMC locations are set to be opened on the 20th. The tweet also said 300 more would be opening in the coming weeks as…

About Time (2013) – A Most Fantastic Emotional Rollercoaster

This isn’t a debate. I’m not looking for any counter-arguments. I’m pretty sure that objectively speaking, About Time (2013) is the best romance film. It’s certainly my favorite. It has a unique premise, all-star cast, charm coming out of every scene, and so much heart. Now, I want to convince you to watch this wonderful…

Netflix or Hulu-Who Wins August?

It’s here! Another new month! That means another new round of unlimited new shows and movies coming to all of my streaming services. It’s just the adult version of Christmas right? When we open the app for the first time of the new month. What will the new background be? What will be my new…

Everything’s Gotta Die

A review of The Old Guard By: Nicole Klein Though COVID-19 has seemingly shuttered the multiplexes, the time-honored institution of the summer blockbuster has yet to be slain.  In typical fashion (or at least typical for the past decade and change), one of this year’s blockbusters supplies a decent helping of comic book action. Adapted…

Dune (1984) – I Don’t Know….

I love sci-fy. I love fantasy. Star Wars is one of my favorite movie franchises. So, it stands to reason that I should like Dune (1984). After all, the book it is based on, “Dune” by Frank Herbert, is often credited as inspiring Star Wars, as well as many other science fiction staples. This should…

Monsters, Inc. (2001) – The Best Twist Villain… Ever?

Oh boy, I love Monsters, Inc. (2001) it is by far one of my favorite Pixar movies, second only to The Incredibles (2004). I loved it as a child because it is really funny. Now, as an adult, I love it because… well its still very funny. But I also love it because of how…

“Tenet” release put on hold indefinitely after two date changes

With theaters around the world still closed due to COVID-19, Christopher Nolan’s latest film “Tenet” has been pushed indefinitely to ensure a big release whenever theaters open. Originally slated for a release of July 17, “Tenet” would receive a date change after the announcement of theaters closing because of COVID-19. The release would then be…

Oliver Stone’s a Scholar

By Brian Lancaster Oliver Stone was a guy who volunteered for Vietnam, flew to Mexico after the war with two ounces of Vietnamese weed, got arrested at the border, and later dosed his Republican father with LSD. Despite having no formal history education, Stone is an expert on shady American history. According to a new…

Poltergeist (1982) – They’re here

I hate horror movies. I really do. It’s nothing to do with them, it’s me. I can’t handle them. I scare very easily. So, I tend to stay away from them. But I figured if I watch it in the middle of the day then maybe it would be better. Since nothing, in my experience,…

Everything You Can Watch on Peacock Day One

NBC’s free streaming service Peacock is finally here. But, now you’re probably wondering what is even on the service to make it worth your time. Well, look no further than this list to see what shows and movies are available to you on Peacock from the day you log on. To best help show what…

Footloose (1984) – Kick Off The Sunday Shoes

Everybody cut. Everybody cut. Everybody cut Footloose (1984). I get. I finally get. I understand exactly why this movie is still so popular. It’s kind of like a less sexy Dirty Dancing. Don’t get me wrong, Footloose is perfectly sexy, it’s just Kevin Bacon is no Patrick Swayze. This movie did everything right to cement…