Rewind Review: Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

If there is one thing that Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever has taught me, it’s that you should never lose hope on your dreams. After all, if this movie was able to get past every single step of the filmmaking process to see it be made and released to theaters upon unsuspecting movie goers, then anythingContinue reading “Rewind Review: Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever”

Over 20 Years Later, It’s Time to Admit That Jackass is Art

Since it first hit the airwaves in October of the year 2000, Jackass has been seen by many as the lowest form on entertainment. Too low to even be considered low brow. While there are certainly merits to those accusations, after all this is a series whose entire existence is predicated on grown men doingContinue reading “Over 20 Years Later, It’s Time to Admit That Jackass is Art”

2nd Annual Bishop Awards Nominees

Film Best Picture The Mitchells vs the Machines Don’t Look Up The Suicide Squad Belfast No Time to Die Dune Ghostbusters Afterlife Tick Tick Boom Spider-Man No Way Home Power of the Dog Best Actor Anthony Ramos as Usnavi in In the Heights Idris Elba as Bloodsport in The Suicide Squad Ryan Reynolds as GuyContinue reading “2nd Annual Bishop Awards Nominees”

Ghostbusters Afterlife Review: Busting Makes Me Feel Good

The original Ghostbusters has a magic to it that can never be replicated or reproduced ever again. Not even Ghostbusters 2 could capture what made the original what it was. Ghostbusters Afterlife makes the smart choice to not try to copy that magic. It doesn’t want to be the original Ghostbusters and it’s all theContinue reading “Ghostbusters Afterlife Review: Busting Makes Me Feel Good”

Eternals Review: Baby’s First Adult Movie

Marvel’s Eternals is a film that you get the sense doesn’t want to be a Marvel movie. But it also doesn’t want to not be a Marvel movie. Truth be told, I’m not sure it knows what it wants to be but I don’t think it succeeds at any of it. Marvel movies all followContinue reading “Eternals Review: Baby’s First Adult Movie”

No Time to Die Review: Shaken Not Stirred

There’s an old saying that goes “your favorite James Bond is the one you grew up with”. I think that for the most part, that’s true. Certainly, everyone will have an affinity for the first Bond they ever saw. However, it must be said that at this point, regardless of who your favorite Bond is,Continue reading “No Time to Die Review: Shaken Not Stirred”

Jonah’s Saturday Reviews: Sunday Edition; Old

It fills me with dread having to go over this movie and re-live this movie again. This is not a review but a warning to the fortunate people who have yet to see the movie Old and a place where the people who have, can feel comfort in the fact that someone on the internetContinue reading “Jonah’s Saturday Reviews: Sunday Edition; Old”

Jonah’s Saturday Reviews: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

A star is born, Simu Liu leads a stellar cast, which includes the likes of Awkwafina and legendary Hong Kong Actor Tony Leung, in one of Marvel’s best movies in it’s storied franchise. Shang-Chi is a major step for Asian representation as it marks the first predominantly Asian superhero movie to hit theaters. As someoneContinue reading “Jonah’s Saturday Reviews: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

Jonah’s Saturday Reviews: The Suicide Squad

Where to start with the Suicide Squad. While not a masterpiece it is one of the most fun times I’ve had at a movie theater in a very long time. It is an epic, gory, stunning movie that is best experienced on the big screen. With the pandemic still looming it might be hard toContinue reading “Jonah’s Saturday Reviews: The Suicide Squad”

Space Jam: A New Legacy Review

Space Jam, was one of my favorite movies as a child. It combined two of my favorite things, Looney Tunes and Basketball. It was just a fun movie, it didn’t take itself to seriously and it was great to see all these basketball greats interact with some of my favorite Looney Tunes characters. Fast forwardContinue reading “Space Jam: A New Legacy Review”