Alita: Battle Angel (2019)

Alita: Battle Angel (2019) An Angel Falls. A Warrior Rises. Being a huge anime buff, chances were I was always going to flip out over Alita: Battle Angel, the manga-inspired cyberpunk sci-fi extravaganza… Continue reading

Escape Room (2019)

Escape Room (2019) You’re invited to play for your life. With low budgets and high box office returns, it’s clear that Sony head Amy Pascal and her producing buds Neal H. Moritz, Hunter… Continue reading

On the Basis of Sex (2018)

On the Basis of Sex (2018) It was a man’s world. So she changed it. In 1970, lawyer Martin Ginsburg (Armie Hammer) brings to the attention of his wife, law professor Ruth Bader… Continue reading

Cold Pursuit (2019)

Cold Pursuit (2019) Meet Nels Coxman, Citizen of the Year. Seeing Irishman Liam Neeson take vengeance on a bunch of unsuspecting adversaries (employing his particular set of skills) seems to have become an… Continue reading

The Mule (2018)

The Mule (2018) Nobody Runs Forever The Mule, the latest effort from Clint Eastwood, is kind of two movies in one, and Eastwood is pretty clearly only interested in making one of them.… Continue reading

The Hate U Give (2018)

The Hate U Give (2018) Two worlds, one voice, no going back High school student Starr Carter (Amandla Stenberg) walks between two worlds, living with her parents in the crime-troubled and economically depressed… Continue reading

Jennifer’s Body (2009)

Jennifer’s Body (2009) She’s evil … and not just high school evil. Former squeaky-clean nerdy girl Anita ‘Needy’ Lesnicki (Amanda Seyfried) narrates her tale of woe from a padded cell, as all good… Continue reading

Green Book (2018)

Green Book (2018) Inspired by a True Friendship New York City, 1962, hard-edge bouncer Frank ‘Tony Lip’ Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) is fresh out of a job when the nightclub he works at temporarily… Continue reading

Mary Queen of Scots (2018)

Mary Queen of Scots (2018) Bow to No One A plot breakdown of Mary Queen of Scots is a big ask, especially if you want to take into account the political, religious, and… Continue reading

Glass (2019)

Glass (2019) You Cannot Contain What You Are. M. Night Shyamalan may have scored a home run with 2016’s self-funded Split, but Glass — his supposed long-awaited comeback, and the epic conclusion to… Continue reading