Movie Review: Troll (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee The Kaiju genre has been growing stale lately. With my recent dispointment in Godzilla Vs. Kong, I had little faith that Troll would be a good movie. I thought this film would be another of Netlix's generic attempts at a genre, but... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Look Both Ways (2022)

Image Source Look Both Ways is a cute story that explores how the life of a young woman splits after one defining moment. In her senior year of college, Natalie takes a pregnancy test that would determine her future. The movie explores how her life would have turned out with either outcome. In one version, Natalie... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Lou (2022)

Image by Thanks for your recognition • Donations ♡ welcome from Pixabay As far as cheap and generic action movies go, Lou fairs a little better, but I still can't recommend it. I am sure there is an audience for these types of movies, but they haven't found any in my home. Lou is about a recluse who... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Do Revenge (2022)

Image Source I just watched Do Revenge and it was a lot better than I expected. It may not be winning any awards or breaking any leaderboards, but it is a fun and entertaining movie to throw on when you don't want to think. Drea attends a prestigious high school and has managed to work her way... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Me Time (2022)

Image Source Me Time is another lazy and generic buddy comedy where Kevin Hart plays himself. While this might be one of his better ones, it isn't saying much considering how low the bar is. I wouldn't bother with this movie unless you really enjoy Kevin Hart's comedy. Kevin Hart is a stay-at-home dad with a... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Day Shift(2022)

Day Shift is a buddy comedy about vampire hunters that certainly has its moments, but I wouldn't rush out to go stream it unless you have nothing else to watch. While it may not be the worst movie on the platform, its inconsistencies leave it in an awkward place where it is hard to recommend. Jamie... Continue Reading →

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