REVIEW: The Way Back (2020)

The Way Back

It hasn’t been a secret that Ben Affleck has dealt with alcoholism in his life, which is why it was a bit surprising when they announced The Way Back, a drama about an ex-basketball star who struggles with alcohol. I saw a lot of comments online questioning whether this was smart for Affleck to do, […]

REVIEW: Bad Boys For Life (2020)

Bad Boys For Life

Bad Boys For Life picks up years after the previous film in the series. Mike and Marcus are still Bad Boys, but Marcus is starting to feel his mortality and wants to retire to be around for his newly born grandchild. But when a figure from Mike’s past comes back to haunt him, the Bad […]

REVIEW: Science! The Elements of Dark Energy

Science!

Science! The Elements of Dark Energy is an all-new graphic novel from Jason Inman and Ashley Victoria Robinson (Jawiin Youtube Channel, and writers of Jupiter Jet), following a diverse cast of kids, with our main heroine being Tamsin Kuhn Trakroo, a fourteen-year-old genius who goes to study at the highly esteemed Prometheus Institute. Think of […]

New Planet of the Apes Film Coming from Wes Ball

Wes Ball, Planet of the Apes

The most recent Planet of the Apes trilogy concluded in 2017, with Matt Reeves’ excellent War for the Planet of the Apes. In my eyes, this ended one of the greatest movie trilogies ever created and emotionally satisfied me to the point that I never really desired a followup. Today, it was reported that The […]

REVIEW: Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

Terminator Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate is the most recent attempt to make Terminator a true franchise. The film follows a soldier from the future, Grace, as she attempts to protect a young girl named Daniella from a new kind of Terminator while a new evil AI looms overhead. I know a lot of people were not looking […]

REVIEW: Gemini Man (2019)

Gemini Man

I was really looking forward to Gemini Man. I thought the trailers were pretty strong, aside from the odd usage of a slowed-down “Forever Young.” I love Will Smith as an actor when he picks his roles well, the cast overall was great, and Ang Lee was behind the camera. I thought there was no […]