Oh shit, did you say one-hundred percent on Rotten Tomatoes??
‘Lady Bird’ (2017)
Hello, dear readers! My apologies for the late review this week, things have been bloody bonkers with the holiday week and all. Despite that, I still made the time (somehow) to go see a movie. Of all the movies out right now, I chose to go out and see Lady Bird.
Lady Bird tells the story of Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan), a struggling young girl trying to make her way through Continue reading →
Is it the best movie the DC’s put out yet? Is it the worst thing since Batman v Superman? Is it just okay? Let’s get to the bottom of this…
‘Justice League’ (2017)
Justice League is the fifth movie to be released in the hodge-podge that is the DC Extended Universe. After the death of Superman at the hands of Doomsday, Bruce Wayne Continue reading →
Suprise, here’s a (TWIST) mid-week new movie review! I meant to review this last week, but we couldn’t get seats. Turns out, the theatre’s a lot less busy on a weeknight. Who would’ve thought?
‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (2017)
A trip through Europe on the lavish Orient Express soon becomes a hunt for a cold-blooded murderer Continue reading →
I apologize for the late review, I plan to make up for it with a surprise mid-week new movie review, so stay tuned for that! Let’s get to the Cristopher Lee…
The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
Little more than a year after Roger Moore took the Bond franchise by storm, he’s back in his next installment! This time, Bond’s after Continue reading →
Just a quick heads up before I begin the review, I’m going to start regularly putting out reviews for new movies every Saturday and reviews for older films (in this case, continuing the ‘Take It Easy, Mr. Bond’ reviews) every Wednesday. Now that you know when to expect everything, let’s get this review rolling!
Well, I was going to review Murder on the Orient Express this week but it turns out people are dying to watch it and we couldn’t get seats. So, instead, here’s everyone’s most anticipated film of 2017: Only the Brave. Continue reading →
LIVE AND LET DIIIIIIEEEEEEE (thank god for Paul McCartney).
Live and Let Die (1973)
Live and Let Die is, yet again, another attempt to revitalize the franchise, with a new actor and a (sort of) new take on the character. After beginning to investigate the murders of three agents across the eastern seaboard Continue reading →
I sure wish these diamonds weren’t forever.
Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971, is the seventh installment in the Bond franchise. Eon productions, disappointed by the moderate success of the experimental On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, attempted to steer the series back to its roots. Boy, what a mess. The film follows Bond (Sean Connery) investigating mysterious disappearances in the diamond market Continue reading →