Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Bombshell Review

Roger Ailes is a man that became one of the biggest figures in the news world by building Fox News into the juggernaut it is today. But thanks to the

Uncut Gems Review

Adam Sandler’s name has been put through the mud in recent years. Then again, a lot of that is self-inflicted with such movies as The Ridiculous 6, Hotel Transylvania 3,

Marriage Story Review

Love and marriage is a wonderful thing when it’s at its best. But it requires a lot of effort and work to maintain a happy marriage. Sometimes, it doesn’t work

Ready or Not – Blu-ray Review

Ready or Not is a film that seemingly came out of nowhere this year. But its unique and entertaining twist on the slasher genre made it a favorite among horror

The Irishman Review

No name has been synonymous with Italian gangster films than Martin Scorsese. With films such as Goodfella and Casino, Martin Scorsese has revolutionized the way we see mob films. However, it’s been

1917 Review

The gimmick of a one-shot film can be good or are bad. It works for small films like Hitchcock’s Rope and Inarritu’s Birdman. But 1917 isn’t a small film, it’s

Little Women Review

Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” has been read by millions for over a hundred years now. The story of Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth has charmed readers for its love,

Frozen II Review

Disney’s Frozen became one of the biggest animated films of all-time. Not to mention, Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go” became a pop culture phenomenon and became a big hit for Disney—much

The Thing – Blu-ray Review

As we’ve learned from the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars prequels, they’re not the best in the world. Unfortunately, 2011’s The Thing is in the same group. The

White Snake Review

China is starting to become a major player in Hollywood. Although their film industry has been around for decades, the animation is still a relatively new thing in China. Chinese

The Good Liar Review

Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Helen Mirren are two of the legends of acting. Not just in England but in Hollywood as well. After all, Sir Ian McKellen was Gandalf

Dora and the Lost City of Gold – Blu-ray Review

I never grew up watching Dora the Explorer. Yet I was always aware of what the show was like. So when there was an announcement that they would be making

Playing With Fire Review

It seems like a rite of passage for pro wrestlers to act in a family comedy at some point in their Hollywood careers. For Hulk Hogan, that was Mr. Nanny.

Good Boys – Blu-ray Review

To copy the tone of the film, Good Boys is extremely f**king funny. That is if you’re into the kind of juvenile humor that fits in the same vein as

The Swan Princess (25th Anniversary) – Blu-ray Review

When Richard Rich left Disney to join NEST, he brought with him all of that Disney experience. But when NEST wanted to create a feature-length film, Rich infused a lot

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw – Blu-ray Review

Although it has the Fast & Furious name in there, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is a film that doesn’t feel like a typical Fast & Furious film.

Knives Out Review

Bringing murder mysteries to the big screen can be a tough challenge. The story has to have twists and turns but it can’t be too complex or else you’ll lose

Galaxy Quest – Steelbook Blu-ray Review

Galaxy Quest is a film that could’ve been bad. The idea of washed-up sci-fi television actors has to play their roles for real to save an alien race. The idea

It’s a Wonderful Life – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

It’s a Wonderful Life is one of the most beloved Christmas films of all-time. Although it takes a while to get there, you will eventually see why many people love

Scarface: The World is Yours Collector’s Edition – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Scarface (1983) Scarface is the second gangster film that Al Pacino has starred in. The big difference is with the characters themselves. While Michael Corleone wants to keep their business