• Baby Driver

    Baby Driver


    Edgar Wright never fails to amaze. Not only was this an incredibly fresh idea in a sea of remakes and adaptations, but it was badass. 
    The opening credits alone were enough to get me shaking in my seat. I have very few, if any, negative comments about the movie.

  • The Discovery

    The Discovery


    Two words: Holy Shit. 
    This was one of the freshest concepts for a movie I have seen in years. That paired with a suprise twist that no one saw coming creates an impeccable example of how movies should be written. The only negative seems to be in the density of the story, there is so much to unpack in the limited run time that one assumes it would be easier to break it into a mini-series. Nevertheless, I stand by both the 5 star rating and the comment about the film's writing.

  • Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman


    Let me start by saying that this was probably the best movie in the DCEU to date. But that does not mean it was great. 
    There were numerous flaws in the narrative, in the fights, and in the cinematography. 
    A positive was that it had a refreshingly bright color pallet, especially in the beginning, and some absolutely beautiful set dec and costumes. Like most DCEU movies it looked amazing but the content was lacking. Without spoiling it, the story seemed…

  • Get Out

    Get Out


    This was incredible. By far one of the best movies in the genre to date. While there were multiple jump scares (something impossible to break away from in horror) the true terror came from the situation itself.

  • The Edge of Seventeen

    The Edge of Seventeen


    This was a suprisingly good movie. Going in I had assumed that it would be another cookie cutter teen drama, but while watching I was pleasently surprised with the humor in it. It reminded me of myself at 17 in both a good and bad way. Good in that it was entertaining and relatable, bad in that I had to remember what an asshole I was at 17.

  • Logan



    While watching Logan I found myself comparing it to the other X-Men movies and the other movies in the superhero genre; and much to my amazement, it was nothing like those movies. This is the new model that all other movies in the genre should attempt to emulate. This film effectively trancended the genre of superhero movie and should be considered  an Epic Journey film on par with The Book Of Eli or The Grapes Of Wrath...only with mutants. It left me in tears and I sincerely hope that the character Wolverine will be retired.