Review – Spy vs Spy vs Spy (“The Gray Man”)

Based on the series of novels by Mark Greaney, the Russo Brothers (of MCU fame) have decided they want to make this new character their next big project and have already planned a sequel! Now, that’s reaching for the stars! Yes, you’ve often seen this over-used, clichéd trope many times before in both the Jason…

Review – Chimps, Horses, and Aliens (“Nope”)

Writer/director Jordan Peele is on a roll. His first inaugural movie in 2017, Get Out, was surprising and shocking, followed in 2019 by his confusing and mind-bending Us. One thing you can say about Peele, you can expect the unexpected! Buckle up! *SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* Writer/director/producer Jordan Peele turns his eyes to the sky in…

Review – Bromance Taken To 11 (“RRR aka Rise Roar Revolt”)

Hooray for Bollywood! Normally I don’t review Indian/Hindi films, but someone recommended this one and I was glad I saw it! A blockbuster sensation in India, it’s the most expensive film ever made in that country and I can see why! Clocking in at over three hours (as most Bollywood films are), this 1920’s action/adventure…

Review – No Longer A Plain Jane (“Thor: Love & Thunder”)

Comedy/drama in the MCU returns in the sequel to 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok. Co-writer & director Taika Waititi (who also voices the rock alien, Korg) introduces a new villain with Gorr, the god butcher and Jane Foster as the Mighty Thor! Picking up after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) has joined the motley…