3 out of 5 stars (average) Argylle is one of the single silliest spy movies I have ever seen and that’s a good thing. Desiring to rub elbows with similar wish fulfillment fantasy adventures Romancing The Stone, Knight & Day, or The Lost City, Argylle starts out absurd and keeps going from there, seemingly in… Continue Reading
After College Years: 2017-Present
Reviews posted here were written after I graduated from college in 2017. They are the most analytical of my reviews, but still have my sprinkles of humor. I feel that I have finally hit my stride here, but, as any good writer, am always looking for ways to improve. Enjoy!
3 out of 5 stars (average) Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie is the cutest superhero film your kids can see this year. Based on the popular Paw Patrol TV show (currently with an impressive 10 seasons), The Mighty Movie is a standalone sequel to the 2021 film that sees its four-legged heroes gain superpowers to… Continue Reading
3.5 out of 5 stars (above average) Barbie is one of those films you’ll either be entirely on-board with or spend its runtime groaning in agony. Coming from the minds of Greta Gerwig (director of Little Women and Lady Bird), Barbie is a fiercely feminist film made for adults whose direct satire of men and… Continue Reading
3 out of 5 stars (average) I didn’t play with Barbie dolls much when I was a kid, but I had boxes and boxes of toys. I spent many hours acting out little adventures with them, all organized into small boxes so I could mix and match if I wanted. To this day, most of… Continue Reading
3 wedding dress montags out of 5 (average) Back in 2019, I gave a royal kicking to the geriatrically star-studded Book Club. Of course, a mid-20’s guy probably wasn’t their target demographic, but even still, I distinctly remember being bored mostly due to the film’s inability to commit to its raunchy humor and beguiling choice… Continue Reading
4 out of 5 stars (one of the best of the year) Polite Society is one of the standout films of 2023. It’s a creative, bonkers, and highly entertaining film about how far one would go for their sibling that manages to marry multiple genres and tones without ever breaking a sweat. Add to that… Continue Reading