Pain Hustlers

This ambitious opioid money game ODs on cliches and weak script. A decade ago, we got “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which knew how to swindle people of their money, so Jordan Belfort can use it for drugs, sex, and… Read More ›

Anatomy of a Fall

Accident or murder? This profound movie must figure that out. The death of a loved one is heartbreaking beyond measure, especially if it has to be a painful one. It regards a struggling writer named Samuel (Samuel Theis), who has… Read More ›

The Killer

A Fassbender/Fincher merger that shoots and scores. Michael Fassbender’s killer character in David Fincher’s “The Killer” has his rules to follow, when it comes to taking out his targets. He narrates these rules in his mind before every hit, and… Read More ›


Benicio Del Toro tries to thrive on a dull story. “Reptile” is a murder mystery that looks and feels great (trying to enter David Fincher territory), but is missing the essence to make it thought-provoking. It has the right performances,… Read More ›

The Creator

Gareth Edwards’ latest Sci-Fi movie has plenty of life and thrills. Last weekend, and I’m sure you’re all thinking it, I was bored out of the action sequel “Expend4bles.” All of us were complaining about the bad CGI effects, performances,… Read More ›


You guys ran out of ammo. Since “Expend4bles” is said to be the last film to star Sylvester Stallone, it seems typical that they would try to deceive the audience into thinking they would kill his character Barney Ross. If… Read More ›

A Haunting in Venice

The spirits within push this Branagh mystery franchise higher. Kenneth Branagh’s take on Hercule Poirot has transitioned from an Agatha Christie character to an iconic movie name, and I’m not insulting literature in any way. Three films have made and… Read More ›

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