Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who believes that turning a famous ballet, which was originally a book, into a fantasy adventure film. It’s an interesting concept but it would

Glass Review

After a long, long, long string of bad films, M. Night Shyamalan has finally found his groove once again with his past two films, The Visit and Split. The latter surprised

Once Upon a Deadpool – Blu-ray Review

Believe it or not, Once Upon a Deadpool isn’t the kind of foolish re-release that many people think it is. This PG-13 iteration of Deadpool 2 is an improvement over

Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened Review

Back in 2017, the Fyre Festival became a cultural phenomenon in all of the wrong ways. It became famous for putting rich attendees in dire survival situations. Memes and comedians

Halloween (2018) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

The new iteration of Halloween was such an amazing film when we first reviewed it back in October. It essentially revived the franchise that was dead for more than a

Bad Times at the El Royale – Blu-ray Review

Bad Times at the El Royale is the second film by writer/director Drew Goddard. Even though Cabin in the Woods put a spin on the traditional horror film, Bad Times

The Happytime Murders – Blu-ray Review

The Happytime Murders is such an interesting concept on paper. Especially since there’s a ton of shows out there where humans interact with puppets. Unfortunately, the interesting concept is wasted

Mary Poppins Returns Review

If you’ve ever seen Saving Mr. Banks then you know the hardship that Walt Disney went through in order to get P.L. Travers to give her blessing on Mary Poppins. Although

Venom – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although it’s not saying much, this is the best iteration of Venom yet. It’s essentially the closest thing we have to his comic book counterpart. Of course, there are some

Bumblebee Review

Needless to say that the Transformers franchise has been in a very rough patch recently. Some might even say that the films haven’t been good since the very first Transformers

Mile 22 – Blu-ray Review

When we did the review for Mile 22, we initially gave it an decent review. Upon a second viewing, our thoughts on the film haven’t changed. The biggest issue with the

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review

When Miles Morales was first introduced back in 2011, he was sadly met with a lot of hatred and skepticism. Thankfully, Miles Morales slowly but surely started to become a

Scrooged – 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

Charles Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol”, has been told and retold many times before. However, Scrooged puts a clever twist on the classic tale by setting it in modern times.

Mission: Impossible – Fallout – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When Mission: Impossible – Fallout came out in July, it instantly became one of my favorite films of the year. Upon a second viewing, that opinion has not changed. The

Creed II Review

At the start of filming, no one expected that Creed would be such a terrific and emotional film. After all, it’s a spin-off of a franchise that hasn’t had a

Ralph Breaks the Internet Review

It’s safe to say that Wreck-It Ralph is Hollywood’s first great video game film. Okay, so it’s not an adaptation of an actual video game, but it’s still hilariously fun from

Rambo: First Blood Part II – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although First Blood gives us the Rambo that was not familiar with, Rambo: First Blood Part II gives us the character we’re more familiar with. Yet this doesn’t quite mean

First Blood – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

The word Rambo has become synonymous with the action of killing a lot of people with big guns without getting as much as a scratch. It’s something that most first-person

Teen Titans GO! to the Movies – Blu-ray Review

Although there are some animated films that cater to both adults and kids, Teen Titans GO! to the Movies is not one of those films. The film just has so

Overlord Review

For quite some time, rumors spread like wildfire that J.J. Abrams was creating two films set in the Cloverfield universe. One of those films was a film set in World War