Movie Review- Avengers: Infinity War (DVD)

I previously reviewed Avengers: Infinity War on the Daily Wire where I gave an initial evaluation based on seeing it in theaters. Now I want to give my thoughts after seeing it again (okay, twice more) after it was released on DVD. Warning, some spoilers ahead if you have been living under a rock. Directed by the…

Movie Review- The Christmas Chronicles

The Christmas Chronicles is directed by Clay Kaytis and is one of the few Netflix original films not to have gratuitous gore, foul language, and “adult content.” That alone is a nice holiday gift for 2018. Siblings Teddy (Judah Lewis) and Kate (Darby Camp) live with their mother Claire (Kimberly Williams-Paisley). As Christmas approaches, they are still dealing with…

Movie Review- A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place is directed by John Krasinski, who also co-wrote the film with Bryan Woods and Scott Beck. It is one of the most original movies that I have seen in a long time. Sometime in 2020, strange, savage creatures that hunt based on hearing have almost wiped out humanity. This is true even for…

Movie Review- Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Christopher McQuarrie writes, directs, and produces Mission: Impossible – Fallout, the latest in the spy film franchise led by Tom Cruise and a plethora of explosions. Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is sent to recover plutonium stolen by by an anarchist terrorist group. CIA Director Erika Sloane (Angela Basset) forces IMF Secretary Hunley (Alec Baldwin) to…

Movie Review- Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

I will be totally and utterly honest. I think that the Teen Titans Go animated series is an embarrassment to DC Comics. However, on a plane ride there were free movies, but all were basically sad b-movies. Thus, I chose Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. However, this film, directed by Peter Rida Michail and…

Movie Review- I Am That Man

I Am That Man is an indie film written, produced, directed, and starring Matthew Marsden whom you will recognize from Rambo and Black Hawk Down. It is made with RedWire Pictures, Roaming Elephant Films and Hazel BlueProductions, who describe the movie as “a story of perseverance and hope. It is a grateful tribute to those who…

Movie Review- If You’re Gone

Written and directed by Brittany Goodwin, If You’re Gone is based on the book of the same name also by Goodwin. It is a faith-based story about a young man who goes missing and the fallout from his disappearance. Lillian White (Masey McLain) is preparing going to her senior year in high school as her…