Movie Review – Unfriended: Dark Web

2014’s Unfriended was a surprise success for Blumhouse and Universal. It made $64 million on a $1 million budget and was received well from critics. I enjoyed the film even more than the critics did. The innovation and creativity alone was monumentally impressive, but it also held together to tell an intriguing story. Having the … Continue reading Movie Review – Unfriended: Dark Web

Movie Review – Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Ten years ago, Mamma Mia! became a widely successful film adaption of the beloved Broadway musical. Fast-forward and we are given a sequel of sorts in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. On the eve of her hotel’s grand re-opening, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is feeling somewhat lost and uncertain of herself after the recent passing … Continue reading Movie Review – Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Movie Review – Sorry to Bother You

Art is defined as “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination.” Reminding you of the definition of art is probably the most pretentious way I could have started this review but it’s applicable and helpful when talking about writer/director Boots Riley’s debut, Sorry to Bother You. It’s easy to forget that film … Continue reading Movie Review – Sorry to Bother You

The Inherent and Undeniable Problem with ‘The Purge’ Franchise

I remember the first time I saw The Purge, now it wasn’t the same monumental experience as when I saw Jurassic Park or Space Jam for the first time, but it made an impact nonetheless. I was filled with intrigue and excitement after the movie. It felt like I was seeing something original and interesting. … Continue reading The Inherent and Undeniable Problem with ‘The Purge’ Franchise