TIRED: This movie is about being yourself and embracing what makes you different. WIRED: This movie is about how society will only accept you once your usefulness becomes apparent and … Continue reading Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer-REVIEW
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)-REVIEW
A ridiculous and surprisingly adult adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic.
The Santa Clause-REVIEW
Only in the 90s could you market a movie about killing a man, wearing his clothes, and then proceeding to assume his identity and takeover his business operations for kids. … Continue reading The Santa Clause-REVIEW
Planes, Trains and Automobiles-REVIEW
A holiday classic that I consider to be the definitive Thanksgiving film.
In this crazy world we called America, we’re taught that the successful earned their keep by hard work, grit and determination. Surely there’s nothing deeper to look into about it, … Continue reading Bad Education-REVIEW
Call Me by Your Name-REVIEW
Back in 2017, I attended my first prominent film festival, the Savannah Film Festival in Savannah, Georgia. For the first time I ever, I was getting to see big-time films … Continue reading Call Me by Your Name-REVIEW
I’ve never read the novel the film is based on, but it must be nothing short of phenomenal based on how many times this film has been made. The film … Continue reading Little Women-REVIEW
I have a bit of a pondering question to ask. I don’t want to get too deep because God knows I have the emotional depth of a dried-out puddle, but … Continue reading The Farewell-REVIEW
The American Dream is a concept clouded by a mix of experiences and testimonies. A clear cut road for some, but for others the American Dream remains just as tangible … Continue reading First Cow-REVIEW
Feels Good Man-REVIEW
It’s almost kind of scary how much power the internet holds. It’s a tool most of us use everyday, but I don’t think we’ve scratched the surface on just the … Continue reading Feels Good Man-REVIEW