El Conde

This vampire satire drinks some fresh blood. “El Conde” is the third vampire movie I have seen this year, after the charming “Renfield” and the boring “Last Voyage of the Demeter.” I’ve seen vampires in the forms of Tom Cruise… Read More ›

The Equalizer 3

Denzel Washington gives his hero a jumpstart in this likable (if sometimes gruesome) threequel. I discovered a word called “triaphilia,” which is the superstition that bad things come in threes. According to an article I came across, scientists would determine… Read More ›

They Live

A John Carpenter guilty pleasure turns 35. I experienced John Carpenter’s 1988 cult film “They Live” for the first time the other day, and I must say it is iconic. The kind when a certain pair of sunglasses can make… Read More ›


Noisy Liam Neeson movie should have its driver’s license revoked. Although “Retribution” is the American remake of a Spanish film called “El desconocido,” I still think it wants to go for “Speed,” which had a bomb on a bus that… Read More ›


Rosario Dawson uses the force with attitude and style. Ahsoka Tano is the former Jedi Padawan and apprentice to Anakin Skywalker. You know, before he went to the Dark Side and became Darth Vader. She was made for the “Star… Read More ›

Blue Beetle

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. I like to review the new DC action movie “Blue Beetle” in a percentage format. 50% of it works, while 50% doesn’t, and I can be specific why. The bright spots include… Read More ›

Heart of Stone

Gal Gadot thrives over a familiar action story. Gal Gadot has made herself into action movie actress with roles in “Fast & Furious 6” and “Wonder Woman,” and even her lousy espionage comedy “Red Notice” had to be a big… Read More ›

Gran Turismo

Fast cars and true emotions get cut off by cliches. “Gran Turismo” is the race car video game franchise that inspired Nissan to have the best players compete in actual races. And the movie “Gran Turismo” is based on the… Read More ›

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