Rush Hour (Review) – A safe, solid, joy
Newsflash: Rush Hour is a good movie. I think that almost goes without saying. 24(!) years after its theatrical release, the movie remains an absolute delight to watch regardless of whether or not you had grown up with it or not. Rush Hour (1998) follows an investigation led by Detectives Lee (Jackie Chan) and Carter…Keep reading
Light of Day (Review) – Well that was a movie.
1987’s Light of Day is an unremarkable movie. It’s fine. I wouldn’t go as far as to call it a bad movie, but I certainly wouldn’t call it good. It’s simply… a movie. It’s the sort of movie I’d imagine would be right at home in the background of another movie while someone is channel…Keep reading
Spider-Man 2: The Utilitarian Soap Opera (Review)
Before Tom Holland in the MCU, before Andrew Garfield in whatever mutated beast Sony had created out of Marc Webb’s attempt at a Spidey reboot, there was Tobey. Good ol’ Tobey Macguire in good ol’ Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. It was a simpler time for super hero movies. They had only really just started to…Keep reading
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