Sorry We Missed You review

Phew, what a hard hitting film this is! Showing the everyday struggles of any lower middle class family living in today’s world. We meet the father who is landing what sounds like a dream job being a delivery driver. The boss makes it sound like he’ll be his own sort of private contractor (where in reality, he’s working for the delivery company and gets pushed … Continue reading Sorry We Missed You review

The Batman (2022) review

Wow, what can I say about Matt Reeves’ take on The Batman? After nearly a decade of Snyder & Affleck nearly ruining cinematic Bat adventures for me (seriously, Batman using MACHINE GUNS and KILLING PEOPLE?! I mean, could you miss the point of the character’s backstory anymore? Especially when so heavily relying on the “Martha” reference to tie your “Snyderverse” together?) Ok, enough of my ranting … Continue reading The Batman (2022) review

Jeremy’s review of “Master” (2022)

I went into “Master” with high hopes. I had seen some good press on it, great reviews, and it just seemed liked it was going to be the horror movie of the year. Boy, was I wrong. “Master” (we’ll get back to that thinly veiled bit of foreshadowing in a minute) tells the story of an elite college in the New England area that is … Continue reading Jeremy’s review of “Master” (2022)

Jeremy’s Recent Movie Reviews

YES GOD YES When I first started watching Karen Marie’s “Yes God Yes”, I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect. A friend on Twitter (@filmgal) had recommended it, and she and I seem to have pretty similar tastes in cinema. Well, I have to say, I was not let down! Yes God Yes is a fantastic examination of the Catholic Church and some of the … Continue reading Jeremy’s Recent Movie Reviews

“The Power of the Dog” review

Phew, what a heavy ride this film is! This is not by any means a “feel good” film. It’s a rough, take no prisoners, assault on the emotions. Not just for one character either. Basically every lead character has a defining arc of pain and loss throughout the entire film. Speaking of characters, what an incredible cast Jane Campion has assembled! Benedict Cumberbatch (Phil) and … Continue reading “The Power of the Dog” review