Quentin Tarantino is one of the best writer/directors ever and is responsible for numerous classics. Here’s my ranking of his filmography!
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“Dr. Strangelove” – Classic Film Reviews #11
Stanley Kubrick’s satirical masterpiece “Dr. Strangelove” is nearly 60 years old and still holds up extraordinarily well. Here’s my review!
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Quick Catch-ups: “Godzilla vs. Kong,” “Nobody” & “Thunder Force”
We’re a third of the way into 2021, so it’s time to quickly review these new releases I’m behind on reviewing: “Godzilla vs. Kong,” “Nobody” & “Thunder Force”!
Quick Catch-ups: “Barb and Star,” “Nomadland” & “The Little Things”
Quick Reviews for movies I’m behind on reviewing! One is really good, and two of them are a nightmare!
“Batman & Robin” – Horribly Good
“Batman & Robin” is one of those “so bad, it’s good” movies and I love every minute of it. The out of place puns, the bad acting, and the batnipples make this a truly hilarious disaster.
“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”
The original “Borat” is my absolute favorite comedy ever made as well as one of the movies I have seen the most times. Did Borat’s new moviefilm live up to my expectations? Here’s my review of the highly anticipated sequel.
“Bill and Ted Face the Music”
“Bill and Ted Face the Music” was directed by Dean Parisot and stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter in their most excellent roles. My anticipation was high for this movie. Did it live up to my expectations?
“An American Pickle”
“An American Pickle” is a new film exclusively on HBO Max which was directed by Brandon Trost and stars Seth Rogen in dual roles. The film is a fish out of water comedy about an immigrant named Hershel Greenbaum who fell into a vat of pickle brine in 1919 America and time travels 100 yearsContinue reading ““An American Pickle””