Midsommer review

The most stunningly gorgeous and most unsettling film of 2019 is Ari Aster’s Midsommer. His follow up to Hereditary lives in the same world of grief as Hereditary did,and uses the occult to a chilling and surreal setting that makes to want to visit the festivities that only take place every 90 years. Midsommer won’t be for everyone, but it is everything it sets out to be. The film isn’t so much horror but a film about relationships. The movie is also pretty funny throughout and Stars Will Poulter in a small role. Although I have only seen it the one time so far, Midsommer May be my pick of the year so far.

Toy Story 4 Review

Toy Story 4 is what many critics and fans alike called unneeded, but wow did it hold up and become a great film and one of the best installments of the franchise yet! A film about parenthood, letting go, and the realization of life in itself and how we aren’t always exactly what we seem to be. I thought Toy Story 4 had great parts. Part horror and comedy, A character named Forky is introduced and is basically A Frankenstein like creation by God herself, Bonnie. The film also features many other horrific imagery such as Gabby- Gabby and the creepy ventriquist doll Vincent. The film is a must watch for Toy Story fanatics and lovers of film alike! 

Men In Black International Review

Men In Black Internationals is the fourth installment of the suit wearing, alien hunting, and Earth saving agents we’ve seen now. The film is directed this time by F Gary Gray and stars a great cast of funny and charming actors, who are totally under utilized and uninspiring.What a waste of such a great cast! The film isn’t bad exactly, it’s just not good and it’s kind of dull. The script is the real issue here, as it’s unrecognizable as a fun or well made movie and it lacks the sense of awe, wonder, or joy the first film had.The characters make no sense at times, the plot is silly, and the threat and twist can be seen light years away. Mib international does have a few laughs and fun moments early on and then later with Kumail Nanjiani.

Serenity 2019 film review

Easily the most bizarre film of 2019! Steven Knight’s Serenity starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. The movie has some insane and jarring scenes along with one of the most outta left field endings and second half’s you will see this year, I’m sure.

The movie has a pretty solid start and leans on noir tropes and has some great shots and camera work. The acting is top notch, as it should be with multiple academy award winners and nominees.

This is where the praise ends though. Serenity is not good, but entertaining none the less and totally worth you’re price of admission!

This movie is tough tot talk about without spoiling anything too massive.

Escape Room review

Escape Room or Saw lite is the first major release of 2019 isn’t what you typically expect from a January horror film, It’s close though. Escape Room has a few solid cast members and some cool shots and set pieces, but the third act almost destroys what the first two acts built up. The actors are awful for the most part and are not likable at all. This is basically Pg-13 Saw. I would say it’s worth a watch for January cinema and even more if you’re a horror fan. Solid 2.5/5

Best male performances 2018!

Best performances males in 2018( That I Saw)

Daniel Kaluuya widows

Micheal b Jordan Black Panther

Brandy Jandreau The Rider

Ethan Hawke First Reformed

Christian Bale Vice

Bradley Cooper A Star is Born

John David Washington BlacKkKlansman

Adam Driver BlacKkKlansman

Ben Foster Leave No Trace

Daveed Diggs Blindspotting