Promising Young Woman (2020)—Emerald Fennell’s Directorial Debut Is A Dark Thrill Ride Of Revenge

One of the films that I've been waiting to see since I saw its initial trailer is Promising Young Woman. From that first trailer, I knew that this film would be a fun ride from beginning to end, and I am happy to say my intuition was correct. Emerald Fennell, who has previously only acted …

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The Boys (Season 2)—A Diabolically Brilliant Season of Television

By far one of the greatest shows in both the comic book genre and in Amazon's catalogue was and remains to be The Boys. When season 1 hit last year, it took the world by storm with its hard-R spin on the superhero tropes that our culture has been absolutely obsessed with, particularly in these …

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Bad Education—HBO’s Incredible New Original

Today is my brother's and cousin's graduation day, so in honor of that I will be reviewing Bad Education, HBO's new film that looks at the largest embezzlement from a school scandal in the US. HBO has a reputation of putting out incredible original programming so it shouldn't be a shocker that they have put …

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Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn

The past several offerings from the DC Extended Universe have been very entertaining despite DC’s track record with these incarnations of their characters. Aquaman was pure campy action and Shazam is by far the most heartfelt and best film of the franchise. So, Birds of Prey had a lot of weight on its shoulders coming …

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The Gentlemen: Guy Ritchie’s Return to Form Proves He Hasn’t Lost His Touch

There was a short period of time where Guy Ritchie could not catch a break with his films—turning out several duds in a row. However, I contend that between last year’s Aladdin and now The Gentlemen, Guy Ritchie is making his triumphant return. The Gentlemen has all the great qualities of Guy Ritchie films Lock, …

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