Ralph Breaks the Internet is the sequel to the video game cameo-filled Wreck It Ralph that tries to do one better (and also dunk on The Emoji Movie) by taking things to the Internet.Read More
Bad Times at El Royale is Drew Goddard once again being a brilliant writer/director. Amongst other things he made the meta-horror-comedy Cabin in the Woods which I pleasantly enjoy, and now he’s brought us what is essentially Four Rooms if it were consistently good, and with even more Tarantino/Rodriguez feels.
An ensemble piece that keeps you constantly tense, Bad Times could stand to be a little better paced, but goddamn does it grab you.Read More
Halloween (1978) is another classic I’ve recently retread, and while you can probably guess the ending of this review, let’s talk about getting there.Read More
The Hate U Give is a flick that rides the line between being good and great. There is no doubt that it is tone perfect and evergreen in theme, but at the same time, for a good chunk of the film it doesn’t quite leap at you.Read More