Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

The Commuter – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although The Commuter looks like another generic Liam Neeson action film, it doesn’t start off that way. Believe it or not, the film starts off as a mystery thriller. Unfortunately,

All the Money in the World – Blu-ray Review

All the Money in the World is what you call a slow-burn type of film. In other words, it drags so much at the beginning of the film. Not to

Knowing – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Knowing isn’t necessarily what you call a “feel-good” film. There’s no hero that’ll come around and save us this time. As a result, this isn’t the best film to watch

The Sandlot – 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

On the outset, people consider The Sandlot to be just a simple “children’s movie.” In some ways, they’re right. The film goes through weird pacing issues which are typically found

The Last Movie Star Review

Burt Reynolds is a Hollywood legend. With films like Smokey and the Bandit and Deliverance, Reynolds has had his fair share of classic films. However, as it is the case with most

Chappaquiddick Review

The Kennedys are a family that is synonymous with America. They are essentially the closest thing we have to a royal family. Yet there is a certain level of tragedy

Ready Player One Review

Ernest Cline’s “Ready Player One” became a New York Times best-seller because of its nostalgic and geek driven storyline. Many praised the book for the way it seamlessly crammed a plethora

Pacific Rim Uprising Review

When Pacific Rim came out, many thought that the film would be a hit. After all, Guillermo del Toro directing a film that has giant monsters fighting giant robots is pretty

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is quite possibly one of the most scrutinized Star Wars films ever. When I gave the film a favorable review in December, never did I

Ramen Heads Review

When it comes to Japanese cuisine, there are only two things that come to mind: Sushi and ramen. Whereas one is more classy, the other is more unrefined. That’s what

The Disaster Artist – Blu-ray Review

From the moment the teaser trailer arrived, everyone began to see what made The Room so damn funny. There’s a fine line between being awfully bad and being so bad

Love, Simon Review

High school romantic comedies have been a staple of Hollywood for a long time now. As everyone rightfully focuses on equality in film, the LGBT community hasn’t been represented much

Red Sparrow Review

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the word Russia has been a hot topic of debate for over the past year now. If you live outside of the U.S.

Thor: Ragnarok – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Thor: Ragnarok is easily one of Marvel Studios’ most enjoyable films. As you watch the trilogy, the new direction of Thor, Hulk, Loki, and the rest of the crew make them

Hell or High Water – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Hell or High Water is one of those rare films that’s so grounded in reality. That’s why the film is so effective as a modern-day Western heist film. It’s a

The Ritual Review

If horror films taught us anything it’s that the woods is never a good place to get lost in. We learned that in The Blair Witch Project, Friday the 13th, Cabin in the

It (2017) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Let’s face it, remaking a beloved classic is a difficult job. Of course, having it be actually good is another story. That’s why the film became such a phenomenon. Not

Terminator 2: Judgement Day – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

James Cameron seems to have a knack for improving upon the original film in a sci-fi franchise. He did it with Aliens and he does it again with Terminator 2:

Wonder Wheel Review

To non-cinephile geeks, Woody Allen’s name will always be synonymous as the man whose film beat Star Wars at the 1978 Oscars. Although Annie Hall is his most beloved film,

Molly’s Game Review

The Social Network. Moneyball. Steve Jobs. All of these great films have one common thread among them: Aaron Sorkin. For over 25 years, the Oscar-winning screenwriter has written scripts for