I Care A Lot. (2021)

Writer/Director J Blakeson had a vision with this film and, damnit, if he didn’t nail it. I Care A Lot stars Rosamund Pike as Marla Grayson, a grifting legal guardian whose con is now in jeopardy, as she’s taken advantage of the wrong person. Along with Pike, I Care A Lot also stars Peter Dinklage as Roman Lunyov, Eiza Gonzalez as Fran, Dianne Wiest as Jennifer Peterson, and … Continue reading I Care A Lot. (2021)

The Invisible Man (2020): A Classic Movie Monster Preying on Modern Fears

Universal deciding to scrap their “Dark Universe” idea and stick to individual storytelling may be one of the smartest moves they have made in a long time. To kick this plan off with an updated version of one of their classic, but not necessarily big-named, movie monsters was clever.  The film overall was good. It was suspenseful and tense right from the first scene, and … Continue reading The Invisible Man (2020): A Classic Movie Monster Preying on Modern Fears

48. Rear Window (1954)

A wheelchair-bound photographer spies on his neighbors from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder. Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window is the mother of all suspense films, in my opinion. It has everything you could ever need in a suspense film. It has drama, murder, and great chemistry between the two leads. Rear Window stars Jimmy Stewart as wheelchair bound photographer … Continue reading 48. Rear Window (1954)

47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019)

I have never reviewed 47 Meters Down on this site, so let me briefly tell you what I think of that film. 47 Meters Down is a shark film filled with inaccuracies (as most shark movies are), but I will watch it anytime it is streaming. So, it comes as no surprise that I went to see the “sequel” 47 Meters Down: Uncaged in theaters. I gave them … Continue reading 47 Meters Down: Uncaged (2019)

Bird Box Review: What Film Were You All Watching?

I feel like I must have been watching a different film from everybody else because the film that I watched had terrible pacing, lack of suspense, characters used as nothing more than plot devices, and a story that took itself too seriously for how poorly it was executed. The biggest complaint that I have is that Bird Box had no idea what kind of horror/thriller … Continue reading Bird Box Review: What Film Were You All Watching?