Action & Adventure, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Nobody (2021)

Many films are born out of what-ifs, and most of those what-ifs are opposites of what’s already there. For Nobody, it looks at John Wick, specifically the first film, and picks avenues previously left alone. Our hitman protagonist still has a wife. He has a…

Action & Adventure, Film Reviews, Latest, VOD

REVIEW: Greenland (2020)

Given the disaster movie genre’s penchant for releasing their films in pairs, like with 1996’s Twister and Tornado!, or 1997’s Dante’s Peak and Volcano, or 1998’s Armageddon and Deep Impact, I wait with bated breath for whichever film is paired with Greenland, the latest Gerard…

Action & Adventure, Film Reviews, Films, Latest, Sci-Fi, Thriller

REVIEW: Tenet (2020)

Leaving the busiest screening I had been in since cinemas reopened, I could not shake the feeling of total awe. For 150 spellbinding minutes, Christopher Nolan earned my undivided attention, encouraged my active participation in the deliriously enigmatic plot presented in front of me, and…

Action & Adventure, Apple TV+, Drama, Film Reviews, Period, War

REVIEW: Greyhound (2020)

Debuting exclusively on Apple TV+ following a remarkable $70 million deal, Greyhound marks the return of Tom Hanks’ to a World War II setting, following Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan and Bridge of Spies. Based on CS Forester’s 1955 fictional war novel “The Good Shepherd”, the film shines a light…