Movie Review: Dirty Work (1998)

Source Dirty Work is a movie about being petty. A man must raise $50000 to pay for life-saving surgery and uses his pettiness to earn it. He and his brother are hired to exact petty revenge. It is a silly movie with a great cast that has aged decently but not without its faults. While I... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: All We Had (2016)

Source All We Had is a neat little film you can watch for free on YouTube. It details the struggles of a mother and daughter dealing with their homelessness. The film focuses on their desperation as they search for a normal life. This movie deals with hard topics such as homelessness, transphobia, and substance and sexual... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: I Still See You (2018)

Source As far as free teen mystery thrillers go, this one is okay. You will probably forget you watched it after, but there are worse ways to spend two hours. The acting is decent, but both the plot and the twist are predictable. As a teen movie, it hits many of the obligated traps. The... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Illusionist (2006)

Source I thought this movie was fine. The acting is fantastic, but the story isn't something that excites me. It isn't bad, but it is what you would expect from any other period romance movie, except this one comes with a twist. If you like period movies, this is a solid one with great actors.... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Apartment 1303 (2012)

Source You can watch Apartment 1303 for free on YouTube, but I wouldn't bother. The acting is terrible, the sound is bad, and the story isn't interesting. The movie focuses on two sisters who move into apartment 1303 to get away from a drunk and abusive mother. They live in this apartment at different times, but both... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Little Big Soldier (2010)

Source Little Big Soldier is one of my favorite Jackie Chan movies. This pseudo-historical twist on an unlikely buddy comedy is a journey you really need to consider. It is a hilarious adventure with a powerful and relevant message. I have watched this movie in both the original Cantonese and its English dubbing. While the dubbing... Continue Reading →

Movie Reviews: The Inherited (2016)

I didn't know Lifetime made horror movies, but here we have the oddest ghost story you probably shouldn’t watch. I had to take multiple breaks to get through this movie, and it wasn't worth it. The acting is very stiff and awkward. This kills all suspense; horror movies rely heavily on good suspenseful buildup. At... Continue Reading →

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