The Pacifier | “My Spy” 2020 Amazon Prime Video Movie Review

Outside of the “Guardians of the Galaxy”/”Avengers” films, Dave Bautista has starred in some hot garbage recently, most recently with 2019’s “Stuber”. Bautista can be a very funny guy, but he needs to be cast in the right roles, and he needs a strong script. And I’m not yet sure he can hold his own as a film’s lead.  2020’s “My Spy”, which was originally … Continue reading The Pacifier | “My Spy” 2020 Amazon Prime Video Movie Review

NC-17 | “365 Days” 2020 Movie Review

Netflix’s newest Polish erotic drama “365 Days” is probably the closest thing we have to for June’s “Tiger King,” as it essentially took over the internet a few weeks after its release, and it’s not because it has a gay throuple, copious amounts of meth, country music and tigers.  “365” is one of, if not the most graphic films on the streaming platform, because of its sex … Continue reading NC-17 | “365 Days” 2020 Movie Review

Best Of The Year So Far | “Da 5 Bloods” 2020 Netflix Movie Review

It’s hard to grasp that we’re already halfway through the year. Because the coronavirus sent normal life to a screeching halt, I’ve been understandably staying inside a whole lot more. I haven’t been to a movie theater in months, and in truth, mentally I still feel like we’re in March, and indeed, it feels like only three months of content have come out in the … Continue reading Best Of The Year So Far | “Da 5 Bloods” 2020 Netflix Movie Review

“What kind of cop are you?” | “Disco Elysium” 2019 Video Game Review

Intro: Considering the nature of what has happened in the real world with George Floyd and the protests since then, public perception of the police has changed quite a bit. I’ve actually been sitting on this game since it came out late 2019 and wanted to do a review on it but never found the right words until now, when I decided to do a … Continue reading “What kind of cop are you?” | “Disco Elysium” 2019 Video Game Review

The Right Missy | “Uncut Gems” (2019) Movie Review

It took half a year, but I was finally able to watch A24’s “Uncut Gems,” a fantastic little film about gem dealer and chronic gambler Howard Ratner, as portrayed by Adam Sandler. And Sandler is great in this film.  Ratner is quite simply a scumbag. He cheats on his wife (Idina Menzel) for his younger female employee/girlfriend (Julia Fox), he uses other people’s money to make … Continue reading The Right Missy | “Uncut Gems” (2019) Movie Review

No Ricking Way | “Rick and Morty” Season 4 Part 2 Review

“Rick and Morty” Season 4 Part 2 just finished airing, and it’s safe to say that the show hasn’t lost a beat. With the recent premier of “Solar Opposites,” a very similar show by one of “Rick and Morty”‘s co-creators, it’s a great time to be a “Rick and Morty” fan.  With so much to unpack, I figured I’d do an episode-by-episode breakdown. Light spoilers ahead.  Season … Continue reading No Ricking Way | “Rick and Morty” Season 4 Part 2 Review

Low-Quality Fun | “Coffee and Kareem” Netflix Movie Review

Not every film needs to be a 10/10, 5-star quality film for it to be an enjoyable watch. Netflix’s “Coffee and Kareem” is a perfect example of this.  The film stars Ed Helms as a hapless, bumbling cop named James Coffee who stumbles upon a drug-smuggling scheme organized in part by rapper-turned-criminal Orlando Johnson (RonReaco Lee) when he has to pick up his girlfriend’s son, … Continue reading Low-Quality Fun | “Coffee and Kareem” Netflix Movie Review

Dumped On Disney Plus | “Stargirl” Disney Plus Movie Review

The term “dumped on Netflix” has arisen in light of the fact that the streaming giant publishes so much content each month, that some of it is inevitably terrible. With the exclusive release of “Stargirl” on Disney Plus, I finally have my first film I can attribute to being dumped on Disney Plus. If you want a quick recommendation, I’ll save you the trouble. “Stargirl” … Continue reading Dumped On Disney Plus | “Stargirl” Disney Plus Movie Review

Insanity At Its Finest | “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” Season 1 Netflix Series Review

During the coronavirus outbreak that has seen most people around the world stuck at home, Disney released “Frozen 2” and “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” early on its streaming platform. In contrast, Netflix gave us “The Platform” and the absolute insanity that is Season 1 of “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.”  This is the reason I’m not canceling my Netflix subscription any time … Continue reading Insanity At Its Finest | “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” Season 1 Netflix Series Review

Netflix Was Wrong To End This Show | “BoJack Horseman” Season 6 Part 2 Netflix Series Review

All good things must come to an end eventually, but BoJack Horseman didn’t necessarily need to. At least not yet. The financial workings of Netflix remains a mystery to many, as it is willing to greenlight both deserving projects that cost a little more than they should (like “The Irishman” and the “Dark Crystal” reboot), as well as an absolute sea of projects that go … Continue reading Netflix Was Wrong To End This Show | “BoJack Horseman” Season 6 Part 2 Netflix Series Review