Movie Review: Emergency (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee Emergency is a fantastic movie that you need to watch. While this movie may be packaged as another Hangover clone, it proves to be much more meaningful. Emergency uses the tired old formula of the genre to make important criticism about racial... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Policeman (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee The Policeman is a terrible movie. Do not watch it because it isn't worth your time. The Policeman is the story of a homosexual couple who must hide their love from the oppressive homophobic climate of Britain's 1950s. At... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Thirteen Lives (2022)

I don't watch movies that are based on real-world events. I have never been a fan. That said, I enjoyed Thirteen Lives, it is a very well-made movie. If you are on the fence and enjoy these kinds of movies, you will not regret the time you spend with this movie. Thirteen Lives is a proper dramatization of... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Master (2022)

Source Master is psychological that is in an interesting spot in the genre. Where some might make their monster more symbolic, Master is clear that the monster is racism. This movie is uncomfortable, and it is not because it is a ghost story. It is uncomfortable because it is an experience that people have had and continue to... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Kept Woman (2015)

Kept Woman is a horror movie where the monster is toxic masculinity. The film is about a strong, intelligent, independent Jessica who is kidnapped and forced to live the rest of her life as a 1950's American housewife in her neighbor's basement. It is a story about the struggle between modern womanhood and the pressure of... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: I Want You Back (2022)

Source Despite what you may think about romantic comedies, "I Want You Back" is one that you should at least consider. Jenny Slate and Charlie Day work spectacularly together! This movie is well-written, well-acted, and delightful at its worst. If you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you need to see this now. Something to think... Continue Reading →

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