RE-ƎVALUATION: TENET enjoyable more AT-HOME versus IN-THEATERS

Watching it In-Theaters I was but The Protagonist, but now I am Neil. I worked very hard on my TENET REVIEW. Considering I made a calculated risk to go see it during the pandemic and worked a month to edit in in video format. I thought it was too impenetrable with a pile of nothing…

Case 10 – Wonder Woman 1984: A Post-Pandemic Release Strategy

Friday March 13th: Hollywood’s last stand before pulling most major releases from the schedule. One of the last movies released was a mid-range Blumhouse film, The Hunt. It made a few bucks, shuffled quickly onto premium Video On Demand and despite its pedigree, wasn’t very good. Friday November 13th, Universal released a Blumhouse movie: ‘Freaky‘….

Sightly Monsters, Unseemly Characters in “Godzilla King of the Monsters”

Plot: A bunch of ancient monsters awaken to fight Godzilla, who is already here, and humans pretend to matter. Cast: Kyle Chandler, Millie Bobby Brown, Vera Farmiga, Ken Watanabe, Charles Dance, Sally Hawkins, Thomas Middleditch, Bradley Whitford, O’Shea Jackson Jr. Director, Writer, Producer: (co-writer/ director) Michael Dougherty, (written by) Zach Shields, Max Borenstein (story by),…

Mini-Review: ‘Storks’

Reviewed by Arclas Have you ever wondered where babies actually come from? Watch the movie. Storks fully explained the baby-making process in a kid friendly way so you will never have to have `the talk` again. Simply write a letter in an envelope to the storks specifying the baby you want and the storks will…

Hollywood Misuse of Trailer Card Captions

There is a small unaddressed issue in movie trailers for as many as they have. Many use the Title Card captions incorrectly, failing to capitalize or use name recognition. Often trailer editors use the same film as a marker of success too often thinking they can fool the audience with the same film every time…

B+Movie- Mad Max: Fury Road Review

Review: I recently marathoned the Mad Max movies. Starting with the 1979 original 2 days ago, yesterday I moved on to Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. I skipped, or rather did not have time for Beyond Thunderdome (1984) as a recent Joblo article suggested to me it wasn’t vital, though I still plan on watching it….

Bradley Cooper’s “Coming Home” ‘American Sniper’ Review

Sidenote: Originally, I was planning to go see Blackhat tonight. But after checking my email and receiving free tickets, with some thought I elected for a better reviewed film. The film was meditative, slow and methodical in parts and action packed and tense in others. Bradley Cooper really finds a new level in the acting department here….

The Craft: An Examination of ‘The Conjuring’ by William Hume

*It’s difficult to review a horror film in depth without going into spoiler territory so in consensus I will say that this movie is ‘an effectively made creepfest’ though how much you’ll have to decide for yourself after seeing it, to those who haven’t venture beyond the marked spoiler territory at your own risk. It’s…

Pacific Rim Review

Release Date: July 12th, 2013             Director: Guillermo Del Toro One of my most anticipated films of the year was Pacific Rim. I tried doing a media blackout on it like I did with Cloud Atlas but couldn’t, fortunately I’d forgotten most of what I’d seen by the time I entered…