The Goonies (1985)

Hey you guys… I’ve never seen the Goonies until last week. As part of the Cineplex Flashback Film Series, I said why not finally check it out. If I had to sum up this cult classic, I would say it is typical 80’s stuff. The film checked all the boxes: comedy, action, kids, and cheesy … More The Goonies (1985)

Stuber (2019)

Stuber wanted to modernize the cop buddy comedy by combining a blind cop, fresh out of Lasik surgery, and a desperate Uber driver. You would think there wouldn’t be any chemistry between Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani, but the two kinda make it work. Bautista may always be famous for his role as Drax, which … More Stuber (2019)

Yesterday (2019)

5/10 Movies based on musicians and their music has been a new norm. There have been so many better movies than Yesterday, but the story does introduce a new generation to the importance of The Beatles (in case they didn’t know). I’ve never been a huge fan of their music, I also don’t like Ed … More Yesterday (2019)

Booksmart (2019)

3/10 Although I wasn’t fully onboard with the movie and what it set out to accomplish, I applaud the efforts of Kaitlyn Dever. This is considered one of those coming of age tales, but we’ve seen this same theme over and over again. Nothing changed here, except for the sexual orientation of our main character. … More Booksmart (2019)

Late Night (2019)

5/10 I got to admit, I am not the world’s biggest Mindy Kaling fan. I went to see this for Emma Thomson, who I am also not a huge fan of. Amazingly these two made for a good on-screen pair thanks to their contrasting personalities. The overall story is pretty cookie cutter, there was really … More Late Night (2019)