Movie Reviews

Review: ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ Takes Nostalgia to a New Level 

What started at the ripe age of 5 (and a half) has come to an…

Review: ‘I’m Charlie Walker’ Is Another Film About a Historical Black Figure to Help Teach White Viewers

I wanted to review this film after watching the trailer. It depicted a Black businessman…

Cult Classics: Try to ‘Guess Who’ This Movie is For

Somewhere out there, there have to be the minutes of the pitch meeting that created…

Cult Classics: Revisiting the Underrated ’90s Gem ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie’

It’s morphin time!  In the early 1990s, the world was introduced to the Mighty Morphin…

Review: ‘Crimes of the Future’ Is a Bizarre Look into the Human Experience

The first film I saw from director David Cronenberg was The Fly (1986). It was…

On its 35th Anniversary ‘Dirty Dancing’ Still Breaks the Mold on Realistic Abortion Representation

As Dirty Dancing has aged, the love story aspect actually becomes less and less interesting and what comes to the surface is how honest this movie is about the fact that people will always need access to abortions.

Cult Classics: ‘Species’ is a Top-Tier Low-Quality Film

Somewhere in 1995’s Species is a thought-provoking sci-fi film. Somewhere within it, there is a…

‘Look at Me’ is a Fascinating Look at a Controversial Figure

At what point can we say someone is deserving of death? At what age do…

Review: ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Takes the Military Genre to New Heights With Little Substance

I don’t know who asked for a sequel more than thirty years later, but Top…

In Defense of Racebending ‘Cloud Atlas’ on Its 10th Anniversary

On its 10th anniversary, Cloud Atlas is humanism at its most poignant, and a manifesto in its own right about the power of love to change the world one soul at a time.