• The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth


    One of the best contemporary screenwriters and directors adapting one of the fathers of English language storytelling using methods that pay homage to the fathers of cinema. 

    Wonderful performance from Denzel. And I’ll echo the common appreciation for how Coen handled the Sisters on screen. 

    Could be enjoyed during date night or a high school English class. I’d love to see every Shakespeare tragedy adapted in this style.  Loved it.

  • Malignant



    This movie is insane, nonsensical, should never have been made, and I loved every frame of it. Ridiculous fun that had me saying wtf every few minutes.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    It gets 5 stars for being the first movie in a long time to make me feel like a little kid in the theater. Regardless of some flaws, that’s what the movies are all about and I’m thankful for the 2 and half hours of magic

  • Being the Ricardos

    Being the Ricardos


    Not sure where the hate is coming, I thought this was a fantastic movie. Kidman and Bardem nailed it, I was skeptical of both of their castings. Thrilled to see Ball portrayed this way, instead of just as her character.

  • The Great and Terrible Day of the Lord

    The Great and Terrible Day of the Lord


    Okay, am I the only one who thought this movie wasn’t a Christian movie? 

    Beside the fact that I think most religious people would almost certainly find it blasphemous, I think there’s a big difference between a movie where the goal of a character is to convince someone of something and the goal of the movie is to convince the audience of that thing. 

    I think a lot of people are missing the point. I think this is about the…