• Call of the Flesh

    Call of the Flesh

    A young woman who has spent the last 7 years in a convent, runs away the night before taking her vows to god to go searching for a singer (Novarro) that she listens to from behind the convent walls. She meets him and they fall in love, but when her brother convinces the singer that taking her from God would damn her to hell, he agrees to break her heart to send her back to the convent, breaking his own…

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    4 years after the dinosaurs were released into the wild, the world is learning to cope with them, but this movie isn't really interested in that. Instead, this movie is about a Bio company who engineer locusts to kill any crop not made by their company, sending the world into a food crisis that will starve millions. Meanwhile, the same bio company steals the Raptor blue's baby (named Beta) as well as clone girl from the last movie who Claire…

  • Renegades



    4 Rowdy members of the Foreign Legion decide to desert when one of them, Deucalion, recognises a woman who pretended to love him for war secrets, condemning him to a firing squad that he only narrowly escapes. They form a powerful army of natives and capture the woman (Myrna Loy) in order to punish her, but she manages to become the mistress of a powerful Sheik in the army and turns him against Deucalion. In the end, their army must…

  • Lightyear



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    After crashing a colony ship and marooning them all on a hostile planet, Buzz Lightyear, a member of the Star Command Space Rangers, must fly a series of test flights in order to find a new Hyperfuel that can get them back home. However, due to time dilation, each test takes 4 years on the planet, while Buzz feels only 4 minutes. During the decades, his fellow Space Ranger Alisha gets married, has a family, and leads the colony to…

  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    3 Years after the previous film, Claire and Owen (Now AGAIN broken up....) are convinced to return to the island to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from a volcanic eruption to bring them to a sanctuary, however, the men they are working with double cross them, and actually take the animals to a spooky mansion in order to auction them off for Millions. This movie, often considered the worst of the franchise, is not actually that bad. The beginning is exciting,…

  • Jurassic World

    Jurassic World


    Years after the original trilogy, InGen has finally succeeded in building a working Dinosaur Theme park, but when people are no longer impressed with "normal" Dino's, the genetics team creates a new Dinosaur which combines the most ferocious elements of the others, and predictably it escapes and wreaks havoc. While the film is very fun and enjoyable to watch, there are many story beats that just seem sooooo bad and take away from the experience, among those being: The Dinosaur…

  • Jurassic Park III

    Jurassic Park III


    When a teenage boy is lost while PARASAILING near Dino island, his parents essentially kidnap Alan Grant and his research assistant Billy under false pretenses in order to use their expertise to navigate the island and find their son. While there, the T-Rex is quickly nerfed in favor of the new baddie, Spinosaurus. While this film is the shortest and worst performing of all the Jurassic movies, I actually found it to be fairly enjoyable. The Dinosaurs, regrettably, continue in…

  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park

    The Lost World: Jurassic Park

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    4 years after the events of the original, Ian Malcolm (Goldblum) is lured back to Jurassic Park, this time on their "Site B" Island, by John Hammond after his girlfriend is sent there to research the remaining dinosaurs that are now thriving in isolation. The purpose of their visit is to answer questions about the dino's, and document them for public interest, but while they they discover another group who are there to steal the dinosaurs and bring them to…

  • Groundhog Day

    Groundhog Day


    A Disgruntled Weatherman who believes he is better than everyone travels to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania for the annual Groundhog Day celebration and begins to relive the same day over and over and over and over and over again until he finally learns to be selfless and care for others. A Fantastic, perfect film and the best of Bill Murray.

  • Jurassic Park

    Jurassic Park


    When the owner of a new Dinosaur theme park named "Jurassic Park" invites paleontologist Alan Grant and Paleo-Botanist Ellie Sattler to inspect it for approval, he hopes they will find it accurate and enjoyable, however, when a disgruntled employee attempts to sabotage the park, the dinosaurs escape and put everyone in danger, including the owners two young grandchildren. Groundbreaking for the time and boasting effects that, while starting to show their age, largely still hold up nearly 3 decades later,…

  • Westfront 1918

    Westfront 1918


    Taking place mostly on the front lines of the German side of the West Front of WWI, a group of soldiers struggles with the ravages of war, trench warfare, missing home, and the reality of starvation back home in their cities (forcing some, including the wife of a soldier, to resort to prostituting themselves just to afford meat) as the war rages on. Possibly the best work to date by Pabst, his transition into talkies is done with superb skill…

  • City Girl

    City Girl

    A bit of a tonal change from the majority of Murnau's work, his penultimate film features the relatively common story of a naïve farm boy named Lem who travels to the city to sell his families Wheat crop, but while there he meets and falls in love with a waitress who dreams of a simpler farm life. After selling the crop for far less than expected due to a crash, Lem marries the Waitress and returns home with her, both…