Review: THE SUICIDE SQUAD Brought Us Chaotic Fun

The Suicide Squad is back with fresh blood in front of and behind the camera. The sequel is a massive improvement over the 2016 original. There is a coup on the island nation of Corto Maltese, leading to an anti-American government taking control. On the island is a secret facility called Jotunheim. Because of this… Continue reading Review: THE SUICIDE SQUAD Brought Us Chaotic Fun

Stateless | Official Trailer | Netflix

The paths of four diverse strangers intersect at an immigration detention center in the Australian outback. Co-created by Oscar winner Cate Blanchett. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is the world’s leading streaming entertainment service with 183 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of…

Review: SEMPER FI Doesn’t Quite Live Up To Its Namesake

(L-R) Nat Wolff as Oyster and Jai Courtney as Callahan in the thriller / drama, “SEMPER FI,” a Lionsgate release. Photo courtesy of Lionsgate.

Semper Fi, co-written and directed by Henry Alex Ruben, is a new thriller dealing with the injustices of the modern American prison system. Hoping to be more incendiary than it actually is, this film is an ineffective, albeit somewhat diverting, exercise in trying to make a political statement through cinema. In the movie, a police… Continue reading Review: SEMPER FI Doesn’t Quite Live Up To Its Namesake

Review: STORM BOY Gets Poached By Over-Indulgence

Storm Boy, directed by Shawn Seet, is a new modernized retelling of the 1966 children’s novel of the same name by Colin Thiele. The film is about a retired businessman who tells his granddaughter his childhood story in which he rescued three orphaned pelicans, one of which turned out to be extraordinary. The premise of… Continue reading Review: STORM BOY Gets Poached By Over-Indulgence