“Batman Ninja” is a fun concept overblown by excess and incoherence – Review

The title “Batman Ninja” tells you pretty much everything you need to know about the film you’re about to watch. In that sense, it more than delivers on its promise to have a Batman story set against the backdrop of Feudal Japan – even if the story is pretty generic. The animation and character design are very imaginative; and they flawlessly combine the Batman characters … Continue reading “Batman Ninja” is a fun concept overblown by excess and incoherence – Review

Why the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Franchise SHOULD NOT Be Rebooted

After nearly a decade, since Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was released in 2003, there has been confirmation from Disney that there will be, not one reboot, but TWO reboots, of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. One is a stand-alone film in the Pirates franchise and it is not considered a sequel, reboot, or spin-off. Margot Robbie is set to star and Birds … Continue reading Why the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Franchise SHOULD NOT Be Rebooted

20 Black Directors Whose Movies You NEED to Watch

  The Black Lives Matter Movement is on the rise. After the murder of George Floyd, people all over the country have peacefully protested in an attempt to end systemic injustices in the USA. We wanted to show you 20 BLACK DIRECTORS whose filmographies (movies and shows)  you need to watch! Some of them are new to the scene, like Nia DaCosta and Tayarisha Poe … Continue reading 20 Black Directors Whose Movies You NEED to Watch

Da 5 Bloods Movie Review

Da 5 Bloods is Spike Lee’s newest film and is a vital watch. It brings up issues of black soldiers in the Vietnam war and AFTER, something that is rarely explored. Themes like PTSD, Civil Rights, and War are explored through a modern lens and it is nothing short of wonderful.  The latest joint follows 4 Vietnam war veterans Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), … Continue reading Da 5 Bloods Movie Review

Streaming Bucket List June 2020: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

Since we started quarantine, over 289249292 years ago, rewatch has become a way of life. This is due, in part, to the apparent lack of new content that has been launched during this time – besides “Tiger King”, which nobody wants to talk about anymore (hopefully). Because of that, I started to plan this bucket list with a list of films that we hadn’t seen … Continue reading Streaming Bucket List June 2020: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

30 Black Movies to Stream: A Guide to Support Black Lives Matter

The Black Lives Matter Movement is on the rise. After the murder of George Floyd, people all over the country have peacefully protested in an attempt to end systemic injustices in the USA. In support of Black Lives and the movement to end injustice and racial inequality in America, we wanted to show you 30 MUST watch films about the black experience. These films range … Continue reading 30 Black Movies to Stream: A Guide to Support Black Lives Matter

Memorial Day: Our Favorite War Movies to Binge

Happy Memorial Day everyone. To commemorate those who fought bravely for us on the battlefield, we wanted to present some of the best movies to watch on Memorial day from the Geekly Goods team.  Here are six of our favorite war films:  Full Metal Jacket Written, produced, and directed by Stanley Kubrick, Full Metal Jacket is an essential viewing for any war movie marathon. Vincent … Continue reading Memorial Day: Our Favorite War Movies to Binge

The Lovebirds Movie Review

I’m usually not a rom-com fan, but it’s the special ones that get me. Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae join forces in The Lovebirds, a movie where romcom meets murder mystery. A couple at a defining moment of their relationship becomes entangled in a crazy plot which makes them reconsider their decisions. While this movie has a story that feels unoriginal, Nanjiani and Rae elevate … Continue reading The Lovebirds Movie Review

How to Build a Girl Movie Review

“No, I don’t think my adventure starts with a boy. I think it starts with me.” How to Build a Girl is so refreshing. It’s witty, whimsical, carefree, and adventurous. It takes the viewer on a journey of self-discovery, with its lead character Johanna Morrigan and it creates this zest for life atmosphere that you feel in your soul. Coky Giedroyc brought the character of … Continue reading How to Build a Girl Movie Review