This is one to ruminate on, discuss, rewatch, and then ruminate some more.
Author Archives: Robert Bouffard
Black Adam — A Solid Entry in the DCEU
Black Adam just might be the best the DCEU has to offer outside films starring Batman or Superman.
Ticket to Paradise — You Know What You’re Getting
It doesn’t just have lighthearted laughs and jabs, but it has a mature look at what it means to be a family and a parent
Bros — A Charming, Honest Romcom
You can’t help but smile and feel warm about Bros
Blonde — A Shallow, Repetitive Slog
its most glaring and immediate sin is that it’s just not a very good movie
See How They Run — A Vastly Underwhelming Whodunnit
I’ll remember See How They Run, if at all, mostly for its wasted potential.
Bullet Train — Exciting, Original Action
This Bullet Train doesn’t quite smoothly stop at the station, but it’s still a smooth and enjoyable ride.
Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul. — Biting Religious Commentary
It might not save your soul, but it’s worth honking for this movie.
Breaking — An Emotional John Boyega Vehicle
Boyega’s performance in Breaking is so good, in fact, that it’s practically the entire reason the movie works at all.
The Woman King — Revamping the Historical Epic
Like the Agojie, The Woman King’s main ideas are too strong and relentless to be stopped.