Bad Trip (2021) Review

Eric Andre and Lil Rel Howery are the funniest duo I’ve seen since Step Brothers. I could not stop laughing, my stomach hurt. Tiffany Haddish actually surprised me in this movie. She was still hilarious but also menacing. I was just as scared of her as the other characters were. Bad Trip is a buddy road trip that will have you screaming at the top … Continue reading Bad Trip (2021) Review

Jupiter’s Legacy (2021-) Review

Netflix has been dropping fire lately! It is with a heavy heart, that I say this is booty. Jupiter’s Legacy lacks character development and rushes through the story like they’re on borrowed time. You don’t get to learn much about anyone other than Sheldon (Josh Duhamel) and his brother Walter (Ben Daniels). Everyone else is kinda just there to follow them blindly and wear ugly … Continue reading Jupiter’s Legacy (2021-) Review

Shadow & Bone (2021-) Review

I love this series! Shadow & Bone is an amazing tale told in eight episodes. It’s about a giant magical border made of darkness, that divides a country. Factions compete for power and territory until an army grunt, Alina Starkov, discovers her ability to create light. This shifts the political landscape, as many believe she is the key to bringing down “the shadow fold.” The … Continue reading Shadow & Bone (2021-) Review

Thunder Force (2021) Review

Ben Falcone needs to stop directing. Period. Thunder Force is a cute parody of the superhero genre. However, it’s riddled with terrible dialogue, enough cheesiness to clog an artery, and poor world building. Emily Stanton (Octavia Spencer) was not relatable whatsoever. She was setup to be a wealthy genius inventor, but had poor security, and only three employees. While Lydia Berman (Melissa McCarthy) played the … Continue reading Thunder Force (2021) Review

Akame ga Kill! (2014) Review

One of the most bizarre shows I’ve seen this year! Akame ga Kill is like watching a Tarantino movie. It’s got profanity, extreme violence, sexual themes, and shocking deaths. At times I felt like I was watching Game of Thrones the way characters were being picked off. In this world, dangerous beasts roam the land and citizens of the nation are at the mercy of … Continue reading Akame ga Kill! (2014) Review

Malcolm & Marie (2021) Review

After a few drinks and some rest, I can finally talk about this film. Never in my small time on this Earth, have I witnessed such a pernicious exchange between two people. Malcolm & Marie is about a couple with an extremely virulent relationship. It’s not cute or sexy, no one should consider this story as #goals. In fact, it is an examination of verbal … Continue reading Malcolm & Marie (2021) Review

The Forty-Year-Old Version (2020) Review

Before reading this, queue up Netflix and go watch The Forty-Year-Old Version. So far, it is the funniest movie of the year. It wasn’t even on my radar. My girlfriend was like, “Hey bae let’s watch this.” Being that I pick the majority of features I obliged. I must say, I’m happy I did because this one is a winner! The film is written, directed, … Continue reading The Forty-Year-Old Version (2020) Review

The Order (2019) Review

When I saw the first episode I thought to myself, “This is corny.” However, that’s not a bad thing. The Order carries the spirit of shows like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Supernatural, and Charmed. It knows what type of show it is. Funny and full of young adult/teen romance sprinkled with over the top drama. As a fan of such things, I didn’t mind the … Continue reading The Order (2019) Review