Life (2017) - Movie Review
Incoming! Here comes another space alien film so let's break it down. Here's my take on Life. Not to be confused with Eddie Murphy's Life movie. — Life is directed by Daniel Espinosa and features the story of six members aboard the International Space Station, three of which are the main leads—Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds— are assigned to study an organism from Mars in order to determine if life does exist beyond Earth. However, the extraterrestrial they discover soon becomes incredibly hostile, trapping them within their ship. Now the faction must figure out how to destroy the creature before it escapes to Earth.
Iron Fist - Season 1 Review
Did the Marvel-Netflix connection go 4 for 4 in their series of shows? Let's find out and break down the last show before The Defenders launches, Iron Fist.
Beauty and the Beast (2017) - Movie Review
Can Disney knock it out of the park once again with "the tale as old as time"? Let's break down the live action rendition of Beauty and the Beast. — Beauty and The Beast is directed by Bill Condon and is another Disney animated classic reinterpreted into a live action adaption, this time in the form of the 1991 feature of the same name. Everyone knows this story: a prince that is cursed because of his selfish attitude, is transformed into a beast and a young woman named Belle (played by Emma Watson), must learn to love this Beast in order to reverse the spell put upon him.
Kong: Skull Island - Movie Review
Marking the second chapter in the newly established "Monster-Verse", we're reintroduced to King Kong once again. How does Skull Island hold up? Let's break it down.
Logan - Movie Review
After 17 years of playing a rabid Wolverine, everything has all lead to this film. Being billed as the final portrayal for Hugh Jackman, how well did "Logan" hold up? Let's break it down.
Get Out - Movie Review
Out of all the people to make a psychological horror movie, Jordan Peele has to be at the bottom of that list. How well was the comedian's first directorial outing? Let's break down "Get Out".