“This is not going to go the way you think…” Goodness, Luke, you were not kidding.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017); directed by Rian Johnson
The Last Jedi is the eighth episode and most recent addition to the immensely and mind-bogglingly popular Star Wars franchise. While being one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year, it has since it’s release (surprise, I’m behind the ball on covering this) become an incredibly divisive film. Many love it and many hate it. The film takes place Continue reading →
Hey readers! Sorry for the absence of reviews, you know how the holidays go; one minute you’re happily sitting and reading by the fire, the next you’re working holiday overtime and trying to remember who the hell you forgot to buy a present for and how you have no time for anything. Here’s hoping you guys are having a happy holiday season that’s a little less hectic than my own! Alrighty, now that’s out of the way, let’s talk about the sexy fish man. Continue reading →
Sweet mother of god, how am I only halfway through these??
For Your Eyes Only (1981), directed by John Glen.
The British spy ship the Saint Georges accidentally hits a mine and sinks in the Adriatic sea. Onboard is the ATAC, a device that controls all of Britain’s nuclear submarines. The Russians send for their contact in the area to retrieve the device, while Agent James Bond Continue reading →
This is the closest you will ever come to seeing James Franco nude. Whether or not that’s the draw of the movie, I’ll let you be the judge…
The Disaster Artist (2017), directed by James Franco
Odds are, you’ve heard of The Room. Whether you heard it in passing or it’s one of your favorites, The Room is one of the most well known bad movies of all time. The Disaster Artist chronicles the creation Continue reading →
James Bond… in SPAAAAAACE.
A prototype space shuttle on its way to England is highjacked, crew killed, shuttle missing. James Bond (Roger Moore) is sent to investigate, starting with Continue reading →
I hope you like Roger Moore because we’re not even halfway through his Bond movies…
‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ (1977)
At the height of the Cold War, American and Russian submarines go missing, leaving the United States and The Soviets at each other’s throats Continue reading →
I honestly don’t know what the hell I just watched.
‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ (2017)
Martin McDonagh’s third feature-length film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has perhaps the longest title of any film I’ve ever seen. The movie follows Continue reading →