Crime

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

In a recent trend, Melissa McCarthy has been finding herself in bad comedies from “The Boss” to “The Happytime Murders,” and I’ve been concerned if her “Bridesmaids” sparkle is gone. But like most comedy stars (Adam Sandler, Robin Williams, Will… Read More ›

A Simple Favor

Director Paul Feig of “Bridesmaids” fame has taken a lot of risks to make Darcey Bell’s hit novel “A Simple Favor” into a dark comedy. I’m not talking comedy in the form of laugh-out-loud funny, but comedy in its honest… Read More ›

Peppermint

“Peppermint” has some nice moments, but most of the movie is wasted. It tries to splice a family murder thriller, a case drama, and a vigilante thriller; and most of it is either tired, annoying, or routine. At least I’ve… Read More ›

The Happytime Murders

I have a motto that everyone should heed, and I believe that saying is “Don’t be a d*ck.” “The Happytime Murders” is a mean-spirited, ugly, cliche-filled, lazy, and lousy comedy that thinks just because a puppet smokes, drops F-bombs, and… Read More ›

The Equalizer 2

Certain non-Marvel action movies give us ambitious sequels, whether they’re good, great, mediocre, or bad. Some like “London Has Fallen” or “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” ruin the enjoyment of the first, while others like “Deadpool 2” or “John Wick: Chapter… Read More ›

The First Purge

As much as the last “Purge” movie (“Election Year”) sucked, we all know how it ends. The annual event, in which all crime, including murder, is legal, has come to an end, and it should have ceased in becoming a… Read More ›

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