Directed By: Quentin Tarantino I did watch this film in September for my Blind Spot pick so let’s just momentarily pretend I’m the least bit consistent about posting so I don’t miss another month 🙂 As we take a stroll back to World War II through the mind of Tarantino.
Dark Phoenix Directed By: Simon Kinberg The last tale in the Fox X-Men saga Dark Phoenix could have been a hell of a lot better. The material and the talent deserved better. But this is where we are (and not for the first time) and despite that Dark Phoenix was for me perfectly… average. I’d … More At Least It’s Not Apocalypse
Directed by: Ridley Scott Starring: Michael Fassbender, Katharine Waterston, Billy Crudup Grade: B- Okay, first thing I have to get off my chest. I liked Prometheus. I didn’t think it was a flawless movie it had some real problems but I liked the questions that it asked. I liked that it tried to be bigger … More Alien Covenant: Spoilery Review
Assassin’s Creed Director: Justin Kurzel Grade: C I was really hoping this would be one of those movies that I liked a little bit better than the reviews. It’s the story of Callum Lynch who is forced into a private experiment that sends his mind back in time to connect with an ancestor and find … More Assassin’s Creed
Whenever there’s a Michael Fassbender movie on the table I’m going to take that option. Actually anything really… If he releases a record I’d buy it. Wrote a book? I’ll pre-order. You get the general idea. So I was so happy to finally get a chance to see Slow West this week. I will say … More Slow West
I’m a bit torn on Frank. On the one hand Michael Fassbender is amazing as a guy who hides himself underneath a very large corny looking head and creates music with a band with an unpronounceable name. He’s charismatic, sympathetic and the best part of the movie. On the other hand he’s pretty much the … More Frank Review