Review – Bo Peep Packs A Punch (“Toy Story 4”)

After 2010’s Toy Story 3 heart-breaking conclusion (where a grown Andy drives away to college, leaving his beloved toys to little Bonnie), everyone thought that was the end of the franchise. BUT! In a world where sequels are everywhere and money is king, Disney/Pixar just couldn’t leave well enough alone. * * Ever wonder why…

Review – Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road (“Rocketman”)

This story of how Reginald Kenneth Dwight of England became legendary piano-man Sir Elton Hercules John in what can only be described as a two-hour music video selfie. Think of Bohemian Rhapsody mixed with Mamma Mia!  * Just like 2018’s, Bohemian Rhapsody, we bear witness to the rise and fall (and subsequent rise again) of…

Review – Is It Chilly in Here? (“Cold Pursuit”)

Liam Neeson shouldn’t have kids. He’s forever having them either kidnapped in Taken, attacked by monsters in Clash of the Titans, or having a hit put on them by the mob in Run All Night! This movie is a remake of the 2014 Norwegian film, In Order of Disappearance, which you can add to 2019’s…

Review – Dying Hard For A Towering Inferno (“Skyscraper”)

This makes the 126th film this year that Dwayne Johnson has been in, although I think my math be a little off. Yes, the Rock is back–again–as an action hero–again–saving an incredibly tall building from some bad guys. Oh, but THIS time, he’s sporting an artificial right leg. Well, at least THAT’S different! Say hello…

Review – Quick Henry, the Flit! (“Ant-Man & The Wasp”)

It sounds like a old 50’s title, like The Incredible 50ft Woman or Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter, but it’s not! It’s a sequel to 2015’s highly successful Ant-Man that entered the MCU with a bang. This movie is set between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. * Who knew…

Review – It’s All Fun And Games Until… (“Tag”)

Based on a true story of ten middle-aged guys that kept playing ‘tag’ for 23 years and even videotaped their goofy exploits. This is also the movie where, after doing major stunts on actioners like The Avengers and Jason Bourne, Jeremy Renner fractured both his wrists doing this comedy. Hey, making a movie is dangerous!…