Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Ferdinand Review

Believe it or not, there is such a rich history of the book that Ferdinand is based on. First off, “The Story of Ferdinand” originated back in the 1930s. However,

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

It’s been two years since we’ve last seen Luke Skywalker and company grace our screens in The Force Awakens. Ever since Rey held out Anakin’s lightsaber to Luke, fans have

The Shape of Water Review

Guillermo del Toro is easily one of the most imaginative filmmakers of our time. Every film he creates is as beautiful as it is awe-inspiring. However, looking good and being

The Post Review

Steven Spielberg quite possibly is one of the greatest directors ever. But unlike other directors that have been working for decades, his quality of films has been more hits than

Roman J. Israel, Esq Review

Denzel Washington is easily one of the greatest actors of a generation. He’s shown countless times that he can be both a dramatic actor or an action star. Be that

Geostorm movie and 4DX review

Dean Devlin has been behind a majority of the biggest disaster films of the 90s. From Independence Day to Godzilla, no one did it like he did. After several years,

Thor: Ragnarok Review

After several years of excellence, there was one MCU franchise that simply just alludes the studio: Thor. There’s no denying that there is a legion of Thor fans out there but

Annabelle: Creation – Blu-ray Review

Annabelle: Creation is one of those films that will surprise you when you watch it. The first Annabelle wasn’t that good of a film, so fans didn’t really expect much when

War for the Planet of the Apes – 4K Ultra HD Review

After doing a marathon of the Apes trilogy, one can see the series improve with each passing film. Clearly, they have saved the best for last with War for the

Leatherface Review

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was one of those films that were game changers in the horror genre. Although it was a low budget film, it was a game-changer for the

Kick-Ass – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Before Deadpool and Kingsman, there was Kick-Ass. Kick-Ass is a highly entertaining and ultra-violent film that fully embraces the spirit of the comic book. That is to say, writers Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman do a

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – Blu-ray Review

Upon my initial viewing of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, I thoroughly enjoyed what I saw (review here). Even on my second viewing while watching the

The Mountain Between Us Review

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a survival thriller in theaters. Unlike typical Hollywood behavior, the success of The Revenant did not spring a ton of survival thrillers to capitalize on

Thelma Review

Genre films isn’t typically the type of film one would see at the Academy Awards.  Not to mention the lack of success genre films have had at the Oscars. At the

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review

In 2015, Kingsman: The Secret Service surprised audiences with its stylishly entertaining take on the spy genre. With a worldwide total of $414 million, it was only a matter of time before

American Assassin Review

Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp series has been popular with book readers for over a decade now. As it is with any best-seller, Hollywood came knocking in order to adapt to

The Mummy – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Universal Pictures’ “Dark Universe” was going to be the cinematic universe that combined all of the Universal Monsters. Unfortunately, The Mummy isn’t the kind of film that you want to

Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G. Review

It’s been twenty long years since we lost The Notorious B.I.G. To this day, his presence still looms large over the entire hip-hop landscape. Although there have been several documentaries

In This Corner of the World Review

A couple of days ago, on August 6th, the people of Hiroshima come together to commemorate the tragic events of the atomic bomb. On this day of remembrance, film screenings,

Ingrid Goes West Review

Within the past decade, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have taken over our lives. Using these platforms, we have the ability to curate idealized versions of our