Movie Reviews

Practical Special Effects Keep ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ Totally Magical on its 30th Birthday

When I saw Honey, I Shrunk the Kids for the first time, it was in…

‘Loners’: A Campy Social Satire with Important Political and Cultural Commentary

To combat the ever-growing scourge of mass shootings, in the near future the American government…

Review: ‘Toy Story 4’ Needs an Update, and is Too Reminiscent of Walt Disney and His Original Animations

Written by: Utibe Gautt Ate Disney Pixar’s latest computer-animated feature is an entertaining saga. Toy…

Review: Tim Story’s ‘Shaft’ Brilliantly Balances The Old-School With The New School

“I would tell this generation to stay ready, and to do the work.” –Richard Roundtree…

Review: ‘Men In Black: International’ Has a Refreshing Perspective, but Needs Some Tweaking

There seems to be a resurgence of 90’s films as we reach the end of…

For 40 Years Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien’ Has Been a Cinematic Masterpiece

Meet The Nostromo, a commercial spaceship for intergalactic towing services manned by only a crew…

Review: In ‘Dark Phoenix All of the Essential X-Men Are Underutilized

Fans were out Tuesday night for the World Premiere of Dark Phoenix. The Hollywood spectacle…

Review: Celebrate Pride Month with the Documentary ‘Southern Pride’

In a time when the United States is divided by cultural, political, and social disagreement,…

Review: ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Tells Us Old Friendships Never Die

You’ve seen one rom-com, you’ve seen it all, but yet there is something a little…

Review: ‘Lil’ Buck: Real Swan’ Brings Memphis Jookin with a Ballet Twist to the World Stage

Since he was a little boy copying his sister’s moves and improving on them, Charles…