Batman v. Superman: A Misunderstood Masterwork Reanalyzed

In early 2016, famed director Zack Snyder, known at the time for directing hits such as 300 and Watchmen, released the long-awaited sequel to his 2013 DCEU entry, Man of Steel. The film was immediately panned by critics who […]

“I’m Thinking of Ending Things” Review

“People like to think of themselves as points moving through time. But I think it’s probably the opposite. We’re stationary, and time passes through us, blowing like cold wind, stealing our heat, leaving us chapped […]

March 2020 Movies, Ranked

March easily proved to be a return to form for the film industry, with descriptive character studies, comedic political slapstick, and serious dramas pertaining to real issues in our society. Due to these critical factors, […]

February 2020 Movies, Ranked

This February offered many interesting and delightful films, each bringing to light both a story that needs to be told and a story that fails spectacularly on all levels. Being as how January was a […]

Way Too Early Oscars 2021 Predictions

With a new decade dawning upon us, the film industry continues to find ways to dazzle us on the big screen. With Parasite breaking barriers at the 92nd Academy Awards, the doors have seemingly opened […]

January 2020 Movies, Ranked

January is specifically known for producing a variety of average to just plain horrible films, and this year was no different from any other. Here is every movie from January 2020, ranked. 17. The Murder […]

Top Ten Movies of 2019

2019 had many amazing movies to offer on all fronts, from summer blockbusters such as Avengers: Endgame, war thrillers such as 1917, and crime dramas like The Irishman. However, only ten movies caught my attention. […]

Movie Review: 1917 (2019)

  Director: Sam Mendes Cast: George McKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Richard Madden, Colin Firth Analysis: Roger Deakins has done it again. After his monumental use of excellent cinematography in 2017’s Blade Runner 2049, for which he won an […]