• Spy Kids: Armageddon

    Spy Kids: Armageddon


    Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi, Connor Esterson & Everly Carganilla (both of these kids steal the show especially Every IMO) were never going to top Carla Gugino, Antonio Banderas, AlexaPena Vega & Daryl Sabara’s suave and charms but going with a different family this time and adding in couple solid veteran actors especially Gina Rodriguez, they do well themselves here. Billy Magnussen is always fun to watch as he plays the main villain here. I was worried about this being “All the Time…

  • No One Will Save You

    No One Will Save You


    Kaitlyn Dever against aliens and also delivers some of her best work. Slim to none dialogue, cleverly written and going from a simple extremely entertaining sci-fi alien invasion horror thriller to a nutty movie? Of cours, i’m going to like it!

  • Barbershop



    This one remains king of the trilogy but that doesn’t matter right now. What matters is that this trilogy is incredibly underrated, hilarious, breezy, warm hearted, always realistic when it comes to how barbers talk/behave, tackle on different topics and most importantly, its winning and lovable cast. They’re let loose and they run the show.

  • The Good Heart

    The Good Heart


    Pretty underrated film. Loved its quirkiness and performances from the usual two excellent in Brian Cox & Paul Dano.

  • The Games Maker

    The Games Maker


    Young Bruce Wayne is in it but the movie itself never kept my attention.

  • The Equalizer 3

    The Equalizer 3


    A slight improvement from the second one. Aside from the great opening, this took a long while to get going though. Thankfully, halfway through it did and I got what I wanted from we usually get from these movies. Denzel being a badass. The best parts were what I exactly expected and that’s the “Man on Fire” reunion. All the Denzel Washington & Dakota Fanning interactions were so good and brought a huge smile to my face. It was great to…

  • The Black Demon

    The Black Demon


    I don’t see what’s awful about it, it does what it supposed to do. Would’ve love to see more of the shark and sure, the dialogue is hilariously ridiculous but we’re not here to watch these movies for the acting anyways plus Josh Lucas’ reactions & outbursts are comedic gold. It’s an ok one-time watch.

  • Rumba Love

    Rumba Love


    Should’ve been more rumba, less talking.

  • The Ice Storm

    The Ice Storm


    Before American Beauty, there was this atmospheric, bleak, star-studded, pretty funny and fantastic drama from Ang Lee. Featuring a mix of vets and then-fresh faces, this ensemble cast deliver all the goods (a scene-stealing Allison Janney, Sigourney Weaver, Kevin Kline, Elijah Wood & Christina Ricci are the standouts for me). Outstanding directing from Ang Lee. A beautifully-constructed score from Mychael Danna, impeccable sound design, art direction and writing. The Ice Storm is as good as it gets.

  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction


    God, I love this masterpiece!

  • Zambombazo Mix

    Zambombazo Mix


    Reminded me of Babylon. Loved it!

  • Abracadabra



    Ah this was great. Hilarious. Maribel Verdú & Antonio de la Torre are outstanding.