Darkest Hour Review

Widely regarded as one of the most significant figures of modern history (and a personal favorite of mine, next to Theodore Roosevelt), Winston Churchill maintains a positive reputation among historians for successfully leading his country through the Second World War. This respect and admiration was not an immediate sentiment toward Churchill, as his own political party and War Cabinet considered him too impulsive to be an … Continue reading Darkest Hour Review

The Hitman’s Bodyguard Review

The idea of Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson acting in a buddy comedy together sounds like a match made in heaven. The type of roles they typically play are tremendously different, which would theoretically make for a highly interesting film. I say theoretically, because The Hitman’s Bodyguard perfectly displays the sad truth that, just because you have good actors, doesn’t mean you’ll have a good … Continue reading The Hitman’s Bodyguard Review