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)

Ma (2019)

3/10 The first rule of growing up is…don’t talk to strangers. Ma is dark, twisted, and takes the typical revenge angle to a whole new level. You’ve never seen anything like it and once you watch it, you can’t unsee it either. Octavia Spencer is brilliant here. Sadly the kids bring all the drama upon … More Ma (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)

Child’s Play (2019)

1/10 No one requested a new Child’s Play movie, but here we are anyways. Jammed pack with terrible acting, a really bad story, and an even creepier “Buddi” doll, this movie is primed to fail and halt any sequels. It was pretty cool to see how Buddi connected to every electronic device ever created, which … More Child’s Play (2019)