‘R#J’ Review (Sundance Film Festival 2021)

R#J is an American drama written by Rickie Castaneda, Oleksii Sobolev, and Carey Williams, who also directed the film. The film is a modern-day adaptation of Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”. I don’t even know where to begin with this love story as old as time and quite frankly after watching R#J it makes me wish this story had stayed in the days as … Continue reading ‘R#J’ Review (Sundance Film Festival 2021)

‘Supernova’ Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Funky

‘A gay couple — one a musician, the other a novelist — embark on a road trip as dementia starts to take hold of one of them.’ The Good: The film gives us a look into a mental illness that most films won’t even go near or try to touch. It depicts the harsh reality of people living with dementia shown perfectly through our two … Continue reading ‘Supernova’ Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Funky

“Batwoman” Season 2 Premiere Spoiler-Free Review

Batwoman Season 1 is infamous for being cut down a few episodes due to COVID-19 in Season 1. Not to mention shortly thereafter, the show also lost its lead Ruby Rose due to personal reasons. This led fans to question whether the show would be cancelled or overhauled with a totally new lead. The Season 2 premiere also gives us our first glimpse at what … Continue reading “Batwoman” Season 2 Premiere Spoiler-Free Review

Why Promising Young Woman Is One Of The Most Important Films Of The Year

There are films that come out each year that will stay with you. More importantly, there are films that come out that start a conversation. Promising Young Woman will most definitely start a conversation because of how it addresses everyday misogyny and the treatment of women. Writer-director Emerald Fennell presented a very refreshing revenge thriller in a neat little bow. For a directorial debut to … Continue reading Why Promising Young Woman Is One Of The Most Important Films Of The Year

“Locked Down” Movie Review

Have you ever wanted to see a movie with Chiwetel Ejiofor and Anne Hathaway robbing a bank during a pandemic lockdown that we’re still currently in? Well, it’s your lucky day. This HBO Max original movie came out of nowhere with a trailer right before the new year that caught my attention. This movie is sold as a pandemic heist thriller, but it’s not that … Continue reading “Locked Down” Movie Review

“Dragon Ball Super: Broly” proves that the series works as a show, but not a movie

For most of my life, I’ve been a massive “Dragon Ball” fan. “Dragon Ball Z” was my life when I was growing up. I must’ve watched it and rewatched it 3-4 times throughout, and I kept enjoying every minute of it. The characters are fantastic, but perhaps the most important part of it is how imaginative and crazy it is. It’s a show that merges … Continue reading “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” proves that the series works as a show, but not a movie

M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” may be worth an Apple TV+ trial

AppleTV+? Is that the thing you buy at BestBuy? No, wait, it’s that thing with the Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon show, right? RIGHT?! Yes, that’s right. You may not know much about AppleTV+ (I know I didn’t), but getting a new iPhone meant that I was getting a free one-year subscription. Apparently the subscription was for a very prestige-looking streaming service crammed with movies … Continue reading M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” may be worth an Apple TV+ trial

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Recently on November 13, Square Enix published the newest game in the Kingdom Hearts franchise, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. And just like each game in this series, the combat is tweaked slightly. In the case of Melody of Memory, a rhythm-based aspect is put into place, making it one of the black sheep of the Kingdom Hearts series. Around a month ago, Square Enix … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Jingle Jangle Movie Review

It’s a great time to be on Netflix! As the streaming services continue to crank out content, Christmas originals are only an arms length away. The Christmas movies are rolling out and Netflix gave us a BLACK Christmas movie and I couldn’t have been happier with the outcome. Jingle Jangle stars a wonderful cast of color in Forest Whitaker, Keegan-Michael Key, Madalen Mills, Phylicia Rashad, … Continue reading Jingle Jangle Movie Review

Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin Talk Cannes Festival Comedy ‘The Climb’

I had the pleasure of speaking with the filmmakers Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin about their movie The Climb!  The movie was written by and stars Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin and it explores the boundaries of two bike-loving close friends throughout the years.  What would be your advice on starting up bike riding again?  Kyle Marvin: You just gotta get on the bike! … Continue reading Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin Talk Cannes Festival Comedy ‘The Climb’