Breaking News
Home » Tag Archives: movie review

Tag Archives: movie review

Indie Film Review: VOLITION

“They say when you die, your whole life flashes before your eyes. I wish it were that simple.” With those first words of dialogue begins the intense 92-minute ride that is VOLITION, a mind-bending, cerebral indie science-fiction thriller being released today (July 10, 2020) on Apple TV, Prime Video and other digital platforms. Co-written and co-produced by brothers Ryan W. ...

Read More »

Doctor Strange Review

“Doctor Strange” Please note: this review may contain some spoilers. One word to describe Marvel’s newest movie release, Doctor Strange, would be excellent. It has all the action and humor a Marvel movie has, and the VFX are great and rival movies like Inception. Buildings bend, magic is used to create weapons and open portals to other places as well as dimensions like the ...

Read More »

Review – Halo: Nightfall

Halo: Nightfall is the latest production from 343 Industries following ONI Commander Jameson Locke and UNSC Colonel Randall Aiken on a mission to destroy the source of new element that’s been turned into a biological weapon against humans. 343 Industries’ previous film, Forward Unto Dawn, was a wonderful and near-perfect introduction to the Halo universe, but Nightfall ultimately fails to ...

Read More »

Guardians of the Galaxy: Get "Hooked on a Feeling" with This Movie Review!

Guardians of the Galaxy: Get Hooked on a Feeling with This Movie Review! by Rachael Ashdown *****SPOILERS***** If you enjoy comedy, action, adventure, powerful villains, unlikely friendships, tears, and a cameo by Stan Lee, then you will not want to miss Marvel’s new intergalactic jaunt in Guardians of the Galaxy. Fans have developed high expectations for movies coming out of ...

Read More »

"Her": A Review

“Her”: A Review by Shaunta Grimes Spike Jonez wrote, directed, and produced a romantic comedy about a man and his computer’s operating system. In a near future where men dress like the dad from My Three Sons on causal Friday, Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) is desperately lonely and sad at the dissolution of his marriage to his childhood sweetheart (Rooney ...

Read More »