Thor was seriously a less than enjoyable entity in the MCU before writer/director Taika Waititi turned him into a comedic god. Now, Waititi returns to give Thor another comedic adventure… Read more Thor: Love and Thunder Review: Comedy and blunders →
To make the current quarantine life a little easier, every two weeks I’ll be throwing out some recommendations of films that everyone can access across different streaming sites! … Read more Mooreviews’ Must Watch/Might Not Have Heard of Movie Recommendations (May 13th) →
Ford v Ferrari Review: Not quite a perfect lap in sports dramas, but a full-throttle blast nevertheless
Director James Mangold’s newest film, Ford v Ferrari, excellently showcases the efforts of passionate people rising against the scrutiny that comes from corporate heads to make historic feats – until… Read more Ford v Ferrari Review: Not quite a perfect lap in sports dramas, but a full-throttle blast nevertheless →
When seeing the lineup for this year’s Studio Ghibli Fest, I was more than excited to see one of my personal favorites, Howl’s Moving Castle, kicking off this year’s series.… Read more Howl’s Moving Castle Review: A true timeless classic and one of Miyazaki’s best →
Vice Review: McKay delivers a look at a dark political figure, but stumbles in showing it sometimes.
While it expertly tells the monstrous story of former Vice-President Dick Cheney and how he was able to make big changes in the White House that basically changed the world… Read more Vice Review: McKay delivers a look at a dark political figure, but stumbles in showing it sometimes. →
The Western genre has seen a recent decline and strong changes since actors like John Wayne made it what it was back in the day. Lately, more modern entries have… Read more Hostiles Review →