Movie Review- Blade Runner 2049

Like its predecessor, Blade Runner 2049 is showing signs that it will only be appreciated by science fiction enthusiasts and fans of the franchise, but I believe it’ll be a movie that we will talk about it in the future. Director Denis Villeneuve does his best to bring us an original film, despite its label as a…

Classic Book Review- Presumed Innocent

I recently read a book giving pointers and advice to writers, and the author of said book did nothing but praise Presumed Innocent by legal thriller author Scott Turow. The story is about a deputy District Attorney nicknamed Rusty by his colleagues. He is assigned by boss, who is running for re-election as District Attorney,…

Movie Review- Ender’s Game

I have previously reviewed Orson Scott Card’s award winning novel Ender’s Game in preparation for the now released epic film directed by Gavin Hood (X-Men Origins: Wolverine). I have to say, I was not disappointed. While the out of touch film critics have given it mixed reviews (despite the move being number 1 at the…

Movie Review- Paranoia

Based on the book by Joseph Finder by the same name, Paranoia directed by Robert Luketic (21, The Ugly Truth) and features an all-star cast. However, it lacks the suspense driven corporate espionage theme that makes the book so enjoyable. Adam Cassidy (Liam Hemsworth) is a low-level developer for Wyatt Mobile, but after a disastrous…

Movie Review Flashback- The Fugitive (1993)

Directed by Andrew Davis was given the helm of The Fugitive starring Harrison Ford, the remake of the 1960s television show of the same name. I have not seen a single episode of the original series, so I have no way of comparing it. The film, however, was nominated for seven Academy Awards, but won…