Review – Making Dad Proud (“The Kid Who Would Be King”)

The apple don’t fall far from the tree as 14-year-old Louis Ashbourne Serkis makes his big screen debut as the lead in a movie that looks uniquely Disney, but is 20th Century Fox. Does his name sound familiar? It should. That’s because his dad is actor, director, and mo-cap master, Andy “my precious” Serkis of LOTR…

Review – M. Night Shatters Glass Ceiling (“Glass”)

Where are the Avengers when you really need them? If you’ve been keeping up with M. Night Shyamalan’s movies (and who hasn’t), you’ll know this is part three of his ‘comic book’ trilogy. His movies Unbreakable and Split were just the opening act to this finale which came as a complete surprise to many. A…

Review – Hart Shows Heart (“The Upside”)

This isn’t the first time Hollywood has given us films about the disabled and the people who cared for them. Me Before You, The Fundamentals of Caring, Breathe, The Theory About Everything, and The Intouchables are just a few. However, this one strives to be more mainstream than the others. Does it work? * In…

Review – Send in the Clones (“Replicas”)

John Wick takes a holiday from killing tons of people and turns to science for this weird little movie about cloning and the perils of playing God. Sure, there have been lotsa movies about cloning (The Island, The Boys From Brazil, Replicant, Creator and, of course, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones), but this one…