“No Shame”: Lily Allen’s New Album is Listenable yet Depressing

Lily Allen's latest album is surprisingly listenable considering its deeply depressing content. No Shame follows 2014's Sheezus, which was a decent enough album, but felt like it was...

New Jurassic world Still Has Some Surprises Up its Sleeves

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is an exciting twist on the almost overdone Jurassic Park concept. Over and over we have seen the Jurassic theme park take a turn...

“Avengers: Infinity War:” The Greatest Battle Yet

Avengers: Infinity War brings together just about every superhero we've seen in the Marvel Universe to face their greatest battle yet. Thanos, a villain too strong for even...

Our verdict on “Deadpool 2?” Absolutely hilarious

Like its predecessor, Deadpool 2 is as much an edgy comedy as it is a superhero movie. The feature frequently breaks the fourth wall for comedic effect...

“A Quiet Place” Makes Silence Sound Deeply Terrifying

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski star as the parents of a family of four who are living in a post-apocalyptic America which is overrun by horrifying predators....

“Santa Clarita Diet” Season 2 Review

The first season of Santa Clarita Diet took us by surprise when it brought us Drew Barrymore as a suburban realter who wakes up one morning as...

“Love, Simon” Review: First Gay Protagonist in a Teen Romance

Love, Simon is a teen movie which declares itself to be just like any other. It considers the struggles of finding oneself, of that dreaded first kiss, of...

“A Wrinkle in Time”: A film that will certainly charm a younger audience

Last Thursday marked the release of Disney's latest movie "A Wrinkle in Time." The sci-fi fantasy is based on the 1962 novel by L'Engle, adapted by Ava...

“Gringo” Review: wacky, dark humor

Gringo is Nash Edgerton's latest release after his 2008 drama/thriller film The Square. Gringo is another exhilarating crime drama full of twists and turns and cynical humor. There are a...

“Game Night” Review: takes the fun out of games, in a good way

This year's latest comedy Game Night, directed by Johnathon Goldstein and John Francis Daley, stars Rachel McAdams and John Bateman. The ambitious couple, Annie and Max, fall...