Category: Movie Reviews

The Book of Clarence

“A fresh mix of new and old”   The year is AD33 and Clarence (LaKeith Stanfield) just can’t win. Struggling to care for his mother (Jean-Baptiste) while his twin brother, Thomas (Stanfield again), went off to become an apostle, he’s in debt to mobster Jedediah the Terrible (Kofi-Abrefa) and in love with Jedediah’s sister, Varinia […]

The Iron Claw Movie Review

“The Iron Claw is about the male ego, competition, and the heartbreaking story of the Von Erich family.” The Iron Claw tells the heartbreaking true story of a tight-knit family’s destructive spiral towards unbearable tragedy. Jack Adkisson, better known as professional wrestler Fritz Von Erich, pushed his beloved sons into the ring with devastating consequences. His fierce determination, […]


  “A clever and charming satire about race and literature” Thelonious “Monk” Ellison, as played by Jeffrey Wright, is a serious, thoughtful guy who has written a few serious, thoughtful novels. On the downslope of middle age, he finds himself ignored by the publishing world and book-readers alike. Worse than that, Monk sees his own […]

“Wish” Movie Review

One of Disney’s best movies in quite some time, really nice to see a return to traditional computer animation just beautifully done. Wish follows Asha (Ariana DeBose), a young girl in the Kingdom of Rosas, which is ruled over by King Magnifico (Chris Pine), a powerful sorcerer who takes people’s wishes, and they hope he […]

Fair Play Movie Review

  “One of the more incisive and powerfully made movies about relationship dynamics” Netflix’s latest steamy psychological thriller, Fair Play, is a wicked, intense, and deeply investing flick that explores the demise of a once healthy relationship after the escalation of one’s career. Making her feature directorial debut, Chloe Domont  offers up one of Netflix’s biggest surprises of […]