Riverdale Rants: Veronica Lodge Season 1

I will continue my ran about this show by focusing on Veronica Lodge. While her character isn’t incredibly unique, I believe she experiences the most growth in the first season. Of course, this is quickly thrown out the window once Archie’s dad gets shot. Her story is one of redemption. She is this forlorn woman... Continue Reading →

Good Time (2017) Review

If you want to know what it means to be anxious, watch this movie. The tension, the acting, the suspense and the pacing will have you at the edge of your seat as you watch bad decision after bad decision being made. To put it simply, you get to feel what it is like to... Continue Reading →

The Intern (2015) Review

The intern is the buddy comedy starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway that no one asked for. The plot is simple enough. You start out the movie with De Niro narrating how his life has become boring routine since his Retirement. We learn that this narration is part of his interview for a job... Continue Reading →

Escape Plan 2: Hades

Hey guys, its been a while. I’ve been busy with work and such and will be rolling out the reviews slower than usual until I get settled. Escape Plan 2: Hades is the sequel no one knows exists. Probably because the entire budget was spent on the special effects. Plot wise, it follows the same... Continue Reading →

Viral (2016) Review

Viral (2016) Comes to use from directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman and writers Barbara Marhall and Christopher Landon. The film is an outbreak horror film that takes place in the idle of god knows where. An outbreak has happened off screen and we know this because it’s on the news. We learn about the... Continue Reading →

Carpool (1996) Review

Carpool (1996) is a comedy written by Don Rhymer and directed by Arthur Hiller. The movie introduces to a businessman, Daniel, who is late for a meeting. The movie tells us that Daniel works a lot and is very punctual. Today is his families turn to drive the carpool, but his wife cannot do it... Continue Reading →

Upgrade (2018) Review

Upgrade (2018) comes from writer director Leigh Whannell. Grey is an old-fashioned mechanic living in a world everything is becoming mechanical and automated. Still clinging to the traditional way of living, he doesn’t use any of the modern tech that make up the world. Grey builds muscle cars for people who still want them. After... Continue Reading →

Alex Strangelove

Alex Strangelove is a high school coming of age story of a young teen trying to find his identity. Alex Truelove struggles to come to terms with his sexuality as pressure from his parents, friends, and classmates make life confusing. The movie itself is awkward, but in a good way. It does a good job... Continue Reading →

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