Joker (2019)

If you clicked on this review to see that I gave the Joker 10 stars, you would be disappointed. Unlike my wife, who thoroughly enjoyed the movie, I did not. To be completely honest, I didn’t have high expectations, despite the press building this up. I didn’t like the character, the ending was very predictable, … More Joker (2019)

Chappaquiddick (2017)

I missed Chappaquiddick on its original short-lived run at the theatre. However, it is on Netflix, and I finally watched it. To say I was blown away by the performances of everyone, including Jason Clarke as Senator Ted Kennedy, would be an understatement. This movie was pure gold. The events of 1969 shocked the Nation … More Chappaquiddick (2017)

Wild Rose (2019)

I don’t quite understand all the hype about Wild Rose. This movie was rather bland and didn’t inspire me to do anything, except maybe take care of my kids if I ever had any. Wild Rose didn’t break the mould because we have seen this same story time and time again. People think the grass … More Wild Rose (2019)

The Lion King (2019)

If I had to sum the live-action release of The Lion King, I would just say “meh.” If it weren’t for the exceptional and breathtaking cinematography, this movie would have bombed. The Lion King is one the crown jewels of Disney animation, and unfortunately, Jon Favreau did nothing to separate his film from that one. … More The Lion King (2019)

Midsommar (2019)

Midsommar was one of my most anticipated movies of the summer. It didn’t disappoint in any way shape or form and is not for the faint of heart. This dark drama has to be one of the best cult movies of all-time. The story doesn’t break far from the gruesome and raunchy stuff that is … More Midsommar (2019)

After (2019)

8/10 If you know me, you know I will never read these books, but if they are as good as the first film After, count me in for a sequel! I loved this movie. Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin had great chemistry. Whether he played up the bad boy image or her the helpless … More After (2019)