Latest Film Reviews

  • The Newest Spike Lee Joint: Da 5 Bloods Review
    As the pandemic continues to shut down theaters and delay major film releases across the world, Netflix decides to appease our appetites for worthwhile filmmaking with a new Spike Lee Joint: Da 5 Bloods.  Starring Chadwick Boseman, Clarke Peters, Delroy Lindo,…
  • An End to an Odyssey? The Trip to Greece Review
    As sobering as it is riotous, The Trip to Greece features all the aspects we’ve come to expect from the series: beautiful locations, fine dining, and hilarious impressions. It is the perfect film about food and tourism during a time when there is…
  • The Final Days of Scarface: Capone Review
    After a decade of imprisonment, Al “Fonzo” Capone is allowed to live his final days at his secluded Florida estate down in the swamps. Neurosyphilis has rotted most of his brain, as he can barely tell what’s real and what’s…
  • Mon Amour Ma Veste: Deerskin Review
    Deerskin is an odd film to say the least – it’s a black comedy of sorts, centered on a man going through a mid-life crisis who becomes infatuated with his deerskin jacket.  Georges is a man alone: he flushed his jacket…
  • Australian John Wick? Extraction Review
    Looking for an explosive action movie to help get you through quarantine? You’re in luck, as Netflix’s Extraction might be the closest thing to Call of Duty: The Movie we get.   Based on a graphic novel written by the Russo Brothers, the masterminds behind Captain America:…
  • A Missed Turn: The Roads Not Taken Review
    The Roads Not Taken? More like I wish I had not taken the road of seeing this film. The film follows a day in the life of Leo (Bardem), a father who suffers from dementia (although the film never explicitly…
  • YOLO No More: You Only Live Twice Review
    You Only Live Twice is a Japanese 007 extravaganza, filled with gyrocopters, piranhas, and ninjas.  The fifth film of the Bond franchise, You Only Live Twice is where tensions between star Sean Connery and producer Albert R. Broccoli were at their highest. Connery…
  • Golden. Positively Golden: Goldfinger Review
    “Do you expect me to talk?” “No, Mr. Bond. I expect you to die!” Goldfinger is many things: the film where Bond gets his Aston Martin, the film where he utters his signature line, “Martini. Shaken, not stirred,” for the first…
  • Sophisticated Mayhem and Polished Lovemaking: From Russia With Love Review
    Bigger and more explosive, From Russia With Love is both a proper sequel to Connery’s Dr. No and a Cold War thriller.  Following Dr. No’s demise, SPECTRE, the most evil organization in the world, is back at it again, this time with a plot to heat…
  • Shaken, not Stirred: Dr. No Review
    When No Time to Die arrives in theaters this November, the time of year it should’ve been scheduled for in the first place, it will mark the final appearance of Daniel Craig as 007 – what a tremendous run it has been. …