King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review

I could tell that King Arthur: legend of the Sword would be an incoherent mess within the first few seconds, a record timing. In that span, we get two fades to black, a confusing and hard to read title card, and a battle sequence the directors pawned off of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings. However, there is no need to worry about understanding this scene, … Continue reading King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, at first glance, felt as though it might bite off more than it could chew. The audience is very quickly introduced to a slew of characters, old and new, as well as new locations and plot threads. Despite this overload in information, Guardians comes together quite nicely. Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista), Rocket Raccoon … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

Godzilla Review

With the recent release of Kong: Skull Island, and its exciting connections to the newly rebooted Godzilla franchise, I’ve decided to review the Godzilla film that kicked it all off. The film centers around Ford Brody (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a bomb expert working for the Navy, who goes to Japan to aid his delirious father Joe (Bryan Cranston). Unfortunately for them, both get involved in the awakening of … Continue reading Godzilla Review

Power Rangers Review

How many Krispy Kreme plugs does it take to make a Power Rangers movie? That was the primary question running through my head as I watched Saban’s Power Rangers. Power Rangers takes place in the small town of Angel Grove, where five misfit teens discover ancient coins that give them superhero powers. With these coins, the teenagers turn into the Power Rangers, defenders of Earth from alien threats. … Continue reading Power Rangers Review

Mad Max: Fury Road Review

From veteran director George Miller comes not only the best action movie of 2015, but arguably the best Mad Max film to date. I found every minute of Mad Max: Fury Road an exciting, fast paced, and action-packed masterpiece. Fury Road takes place in a dystopian future ruled by a dictator named Immortan Joe (played by Hugh Keays-Bryne). Joe has control of the only source of nearby … Continue reading Mad Max: Fury Road Review

Logan Review

Hugh Jackman reprises his most famous role in the highly anticipated film, Logan. Jackman stars as James “Logan” Howlett (commonly known by his nickname Wolverine), one of the few known mutants left living in the modern world. Logan over time has become consumed by alcoholism and is beginning to show a deterioration in his health and strength. It seems that the only driving force in his life anymore … Continue reading Logan Review

The Great Wall Review

The Great Wall was a big, dumb action movie. I went into the theater with subpar expectations, and not surprisingly I came out mostly disappointed with what I saw. The Great Wall stars Matt Damon as a character whose name I never learned, a European mercenary traveling to China in search of gunpowder. Upon arrival to China, Matt Damon learns that the Chinese are currently involved … Continue reading The Great Wall Review