With 2017 a little over half-way through, I think now is a good time to go back through the last six months of the year and reflect upon my personal top 10 of the year (so far) so that I can compare it later to my eventual “Top 10 of 2017” list. I must admit, […]Read More Steven’s Top 10 Films of 2017 (So Far!)
As a reviewer and cinephile, I’ve always been critical of Christopher Nolan’s films. While admittedly not his biggest fan, Nolan consistently puts out undeniably quality films. But, although I am particularly harsh on films such as The Dark Knight and Interstellar, I would be dishonest if I said I didn’t enjoy those movies, even through the flaws I […]Read More REVIEW: Dunkirk
The Cars franchise, the Pixar equivalent of a garage sale, is back 6 years after its last iteration. Perhaps one of the more divisive Disney franchises, Cars has unfairly earned the title of “The Worst of the Pixar Films.” While I won’t argue with you that Cars 2 is indeed Pixar’s worst, the original Cars was unfairly given that title by being […]Read More REVIEW: Cars 3
Hey look, the first of our TV show reviews! What better show to review than Sherlock, huh? With four short seasons made up of eighty minute long episodes, each episode could be taken as a sort of film, with the three “films” in each season creating an over-arching central storyline. […]Read More REVIEW: Sherlock: Season 4
Coming right off of 2016’s disappointing Batman v Superman and the abysmal Suicide Squad, things weren’t looking good for Warner Brother’s DC Cinematic Universe. The constant switching of directors, script re-writes, and film delays, it seemed like the DCCU was seeing its twilight days not too long after being created. That is no longer the case. Spectacular. Inspiring. Motivating. […]Read More REVIEW: Wonder Woman
I should probably start off this review by stating right off the bat that since my childhood I have been a huge fan of the original Pirates trilogy and still retain that fandom today (the first Pirates film is even in my top 10 favorite films of all time), and this film really had a divisive effect on me. With […]Read More Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
In case you were wondering, this is most definitely a Guy Ritchie film. This might be the most Guy Ritchie-est film since 2008’s RocknRolla, actually. Perhaps the most divisive film to come out in 2017, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword proudly hosts an 80% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, but a measly 26% Tomatometer aggregate rating from critics. […]Read More REVIEW: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Okay, so let me preface this by stating right off the bat this is probably one of the hardest, most heartbreaking tasks I’ve had to do in recent memory. Watching movies I’ve cherished my whole life fall off the list and into the netherworld beyond was like watching Mufasa plummet down the gorge all over […]Read More Steven’s Top 10 Favorite Films Of All Time.