Category Archive: Rotten Tomatoes

Joy

To be completely 100% honest with you the trailers for Joy didn’t give much to go on. I had no idea what the movie was about I just knew that I’d be seeing… Continue reading

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

I’ve done it! I’ve finally seen a Star Wars movie! Yes this is my first time in the viewing seat of one of the most popular franchises, but hey I’m still young I… Continue reading

Krampus

First review in a good minute and I am ready to jump back into it with a good one! It’s that time of year again: Christmas movie time! But Krampus mixes things up… Continue reading

The Peanuts Movie

“Good grief!” Why did it take so long for us to have another Peanuts movie? Maybe because the world wanted a classic to remain a classic and not have any new flashy up-to-date… Continue reading

The Last Witch Hunter

Do you know that feeling of going into a movie theater and just being completely confused from the very start? Unfortunately some movies like to leave you in this trance of ‘what the… Continue reading

Crimson Peak

  For the past three months it seemed nearly impossible to go to a theater and not be reminded of Crimson Peak’s upcoming release this weekend. Well it’s finally here, and well worth… Continue reading

The Martian

So this weekend we had the release of The Martian starring Matt Damon (Green Zone, Elysium, The Bourne Supremacy) straight off the pages from one of today’s best selling books by author Andy… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* Shall We Dance (1996)

I’d really wanted to see the new Maze Runner film that came out this weekend but couldn’t make it to the theaters. Oh well. That just gives me an oppurtunity to give you… Continue reading

The Visit

So this weekend we had the release of The Visit a sort of mock-umentary about two kids first visit to their grandparents house and all the disturbing occurrences that take place while they’re… Continue reading

Bloodsucking Bastards

So this week we have the release of Bloodsucking Bastards a horror comedy that Shaun of the Dead fans might adore(…or maybe not!) Except with pothead’s fighting Zombies we have a mix of… Continue reading

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