Greta (2018)

Greta showcases that the world is still full of mysterious people who do cruel things to one another. The innocent always fall prey and even those with the best intentions in their heart somehow end up on the dark side. It truly amazed me that a story set in 2018/9 would be so simple yet … More Greta (2018)

Papillon (2017)

While I watched Papillon (which is based on a true story) several things happened. One of the first things was a reminder of The Shawshank Redemption. Especially the part where Red (Morgan Freeman) was talking about Andy (Tim Robbins) and referred to him as a bird; “I have to remind myself that some birds aren’t … More Papillon (2017)

Little Italy (2018)

It can be debated that the romantic comedy is dead. Long gone are the stories like Pretty Woman, When Harry Met Sally, and Sleepless in Seattle. With the exception of The Big Sick, there hasn’t been a movie that really goes back to the roots of makes make these particular stories so great. Little Italy … More Little Italy (2018)

The Meg (2018)

There has been a whole lot of blockbuster kind of movies during the summer of 2018. Whether you have seen them all or none at all, my advice is you such watch The Meg on the big screen. This wacky film about a giant shark is a true summer blockbuster. It is the type of … More The Meg (2018)

Mile 22 (2018)

Mile 22 hit theaters this weekend and I had to go to one of the first showings because I will watch anything with Mark Wahlberg. Critics across the internet consider this shoot’em up style movie a first-person shooter video game that turned into a full-length feature. That kinda put a damper on my expectations, when … More Mile 22 (2018)