Girl’s Trip is a dirty, sweet look at friendship and reconnecting. For folks who don’t mind the Very Hard R rating (I sure didn’t), it’s a heckuva good time. Throw back a few drinks, grab your posse, and have fun.
TwitReview: Spider-Man: Homecoming is the next chapter in the expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe. Great fun! No “origins” told. Surprises for everyone! 4 stars!
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TwitReview: Baywatch delivers the laughs while having a serious plot and not taking itself too serious. Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron work well as a comedy duo. Grade: 3.5 stars out of 5
TwitReview: The Fate of the Furious is an all out pedal to the metal, NOS infused, take no prisoners, FUN time at the movies. Carries on all that is beloved in this franchise. Grade: 5 stars!
Promising start, horrible-in-a-bad-way finish. In-between is a whole lot of horror padding, and a waste of gorgeous cinematography and production design. If you must head out to see this derivative mess, watch the first 40 minutes, then head home and write the rest in your head. I guarantee it’ll be better than what goes on onscreen.
TwitterReview: Vin Diesel is back as Xander Cage in the third entry of the “XXX” franchise, xXx: The Return of Xander Cage. Lots of action and fun. Grade: 3 stars
Good morning Geek for E land! Hope you are all ready for a Labor Day holiday weekend. Anyone going to see anything new this weekend? Before you go out, here are the top five from last week.
“All my friends are heathens take it slow. Wait for them to ask you who you know. Please don’t make any sudden moves. You don’t know the half of the abuse” – Heathens by Twenty One Pilots (Suicide Squad soundtrack).
Yeah, those lyrics right about sum up this ragtag crew of misfits, weirdos, throwaways and just plain crazy folk. In fact, the entire soundtrack is a veritable ode to each of the characters. This film gets the job done. And by that I mean it’s a perfectly enjoyable action ride at the cinemaplex. What it’s not, is a fantasticly amazing, story intertwined, bridging of all things in the DC Universe. And that’s ok, it doesn’t need to be. I think there’s way too much pressure on comic book film-makers to not just make a good movie, which this is, but somehow weave magic into the story lines and forcibly captivate us into selling our young to get tickets to the next cross over or installment. How about just a fun and enjoyable ride? Suicide Squad is that. B-