Pokémon: Detective Pikachu Review

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is like a high-quality, made-for-TV movie that you watch as a kid on Cartoon Network. It had the perfect blend of adventure, nostalgia, and hokey acting to remind me a lot of the original Pokémon television series that I grew up watching. Just like the game series it’s based on, Detective Pikachu takes place in a world inhabited by Pokémon (if you didn’t know … Continue reading Pokémon: Detective Pikachu Review

Deadpool 2 Review

After a rather unexpected turn of events, Wade Wilson (our favorite merc with a mouth Deadpool) finds himself in a life-altering crisis. Following a brief stint with the X-Men, he meets a young and impressionable orphan named Russell (Julian Dennison). When Russell becomes targeted by a mysterious cybernetic supersoldier from the future (Josh Brolin), Deadpool assembles a team of power-challenged heroes to protect Russell and … Continue reading Deadpool 2 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

Life Review

Life stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds, and Rebecca Ferguson as astronauts aboard the International Space Station, who recover a space probe returning from Mars. They discover that they found the first evidence of extraterrestrial life, an organism that gets nicknamed Calvin. Calvin begins growing at an alarming rate, eventually becoming strong enough to kill one of the crew members. It is now a fight for … Continue reading Life Review

Deadpool Review

Over the past few years we have been brought seemingly countless numbers of superhero films, yet Deadpool still manages to be an original movie. It does this through being completely marketed to an adult audience and taking advantage of its R rating. It’s not recommended you take children to see this, as it is full of sex, nudity, language, violence, blood, and one seriously deranged superhero. … Continue reading Deadpool Review