This is will be a mix of my thoughts on the movie and my experience in the theater. I tried to see the Annabelle: Creation Saturday night but due to a power outage in the theater, that plan was a no go. The next day, I decided to try my luck again and I swear […]Read More So I Went To See Annabelle:Creation….
What an awesome action thriller! I went into the theater prepared for something wild and that’s exactly what I received; Atomic Blonde is the battle royale of the summer. Atomic Blonde is based on the 2012 graphic novel titled The Coldest City by Antony Johnston And Sam Hart. Shameless plug but shout out to my […]Read More “Atomic Blonde” is GREAT!!!
Ever since I watched a gorilla throw barrels at Mario as he tried to climb up neon pink platforms to save a damsel in distress, I KNEW that apes weren’t anything to play with. War for the Planet of the Apes was everything that I’d hoped it be and I’m sure that it will not […]Read More GREAT!!! War for the Planet of the Apes
Last night, I hit my local movie theater to see Spider-Man: Homecoming, the latest film from the Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. Before seeing the film, I swear that I saw at least 10 previews but I finally got to see the Black Panther trailer and that’s going to be absolute fire when it’s released. […]Read More Spider-Man Homecoming… I “Seent” It!
A few days ago, it was revealed that Spike Lee’s classic 1986 film She’s Gotta Have It would find new life as 10-episode Netflix series set for a Thanksgiving 2017 release. I’m pretty excited for it since I am a huge fan of the original movie and I’m hopeful that will be a standout show. […]Read More Why I Love Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It
Foreign films require concentration. Not only am I taking time to read the subtitles, I’m also paying attention to the actors and their environments. Pablo Larraín’s NERUDA brought it’s viewers into the world of poet Pablo Neruda and the chaos of Chile in the late 1940s. The film is more just a look at Neruda’s […]Read More Pablo Larrain’s NERUDA!!! Check it out!
Flashback to Cue’s Records circa 2007-2008, I’m walking close to the CD aisle and I spotted 100 Days, 100 Nights by Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings in the newer releases section. It had an vintage album cover design and I knew that it had to be funk/soul album of some kind but at the […]Read More Thoughts on Miss Sharon Jones!