Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

  The exciting sequel to 2005’s Sin City brings us back into the dark series created by Frank Miller. We are given a star-studded cast starting with Mickey Rourke (Iron Man 2, 13,… Continue reading

The Little Spark of Madness: A Robin Williams Tribute

  I first heard the news late Monday night after work. You ever see alerts that are so shocking you first don’t believe them? You think it’s got to be some over-the-top joke.… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* Pan’s Labyrinth

  Unfortunately I could not make it to a theater this weekend to check out the new releases. I’m so sad! Fortunately that allows me to give you another ‘hidden gem’ film. Guillermo… Continue reading

Get On Up

A lot of great movies came out this weekend; we have ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’, ‘What If’ and then we have ‘Get On Up’ starring Chadwick Boseman (Draft Day, 42, The Kill Hole).… Continue reading


  In the new Hercules we have Dwayne Johnson (G.I. Joe: Retaliation, The Other Guys, Planet 51) playing the latest version of the legendary son of Zeus.  A few of my friends said… Continue reading

The Purge: Anarchy

“The new founders of America invite you to celebrate your annual right to purge.” I would hate to live in that America! So, The Purge: Anarchy. Crazy stuff. Writer and director James Demonaco… Continue reading

*Throwback* Big Trouble in Little China

  Here I introduce my first throwback themed movie review with Big Trouble in Little China starring Kurt Russell (Poseidon, Touchback, Stargate) a macho truck driver who finds himself in the wrong place… Continue reading


The trailer didn’t give out much and the reviews for this movie have not been completely good however I wanted to see Tammy for one reason and one reason alone Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids,… Continue reading

Jersey Boys

Let me tell you this right now; if you’re a fan of musicals you’re going to love this movie. Hands down, no matter what. Not to say that Jersey Boys is the ‘traditional… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* Everything Must Go

As we all know some of the greatest movies never really get the recognition they deserve just because…we don’t take the time out to notice them. This qualifies for most indie films, or… Continue reading

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      Hit 1970s pop song “We Are Family” is getting a special edition in support of coronavirus. Kim Sledge and social impact enterprise The World We Want are launching a cover of the classic 1979 Sister Sledge song, with part of the funds raised donated to the WHO Foundation to support the response to COVID-19. The […]
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