Sometimes I watch movies.
I've long been a big fan of Key and Peele — I enjoy sketch comedy immensely, and their brand of humor and chemistry have caused me some riotous laughter over the years.
Keanu keeps the chemistry and humor that made the show such a success, and there fortunately aren't too many growing pains adapting the comedy to a feature-length film.
Aside from a few slow moments that are noticeably weaker scenes, the film is an overall hilarious experience. I think most folks would enjoy it, but definitely worth a watch if you've enjoyed the duo's previous work.
Man, what a great time. I’ve heard John Wick referred to as the “Die Hard of the new generation”, and while there’s certainly some key differences between Wick and McClane’s stories, I definitely see how equally impactful this film could be on the action genre.
Whereas Die Hard still keeps a few toes in reality, John Wick goes full-on superhero film. At times the level of violence and destruction from one man is simply comical, bordering on a parody of…
Honestly, I have no idea how I could properly review this movie without spoiling huge elements of the series. With that in mind, I'll say "wait for the video review coming to YouTube" and give it a 3 1/2 stars.
Overall I really enjoyed it, I loved the direction they went with it and thought it was really creative, but the climax of the film is waaaay too short and the ending was definitely not expected. That's sort of good,…
“A movie based on Sonic the Hedgehog” is a concept that feels destined to fail, but man... they did it! In a world of subpar licensed video game films, Sonic manages to stay true to his character and source material.
The real star here is Jim Carrey, playing the role of eccentric evil genius Robotnik. Just an absolute joy every time he’s on screen, and a reminder of the ways he’s influenced my comedy since childhood. Perfect casting. Sonic’s VA is…