Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Triple Threat – Blu-ray Review

If you’re a fan of martial arts films then chances are you’ve heard of the names Tiger Chen, Tony Jaa, and Iko Uwais. Seeing these three actors in the same

Cold Pursuit – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

In the past few years, films starring Liam Neeson have shared a common theme. Ever since Taken, Liam Neeson starred in a lot of revenge films. Although Cold Pursuit seems

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Review

The John Wick franchise is starting to become one of the top action franchises in Hollywood. With every incredible action-filled moment, more and more fans want to see what’s next

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu Review

Hollywood has been trying to adapt video games into films for years. Unfortunately, the video game adaptations haven’t had the best of luck. We’ve had several filmmakers and prolific actors

All is True Review

Kenneth Branagh has built his career on Shakespearean films. Either as an actor, director, or both, Kenneth Branagh is easily one of the most well-known Shakespearean actors working today. With

Tolkien Review

For over several decades now, the Lord of the Rings has become one of the most beloved fantasy stories of all-time. However, it wasn’t until Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings

UglyDolls Review

In the past few years, STXFilms has put together a slate of films that are studio budget friendly and appeals to the entire masses. Now the independent studio is going

Avengers: Endgame Review

11 years. 22 films. After the shocking events of Avengers: Infinity War, fans are eager to find out what will become of our fan favorite heroes—both dust and non-dust. Yet

Glass – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

In my original Glass review, I gave it a not-so-favorable review. Upon a second viewing, my thoughts on the film didn’t really change. It’s my firm belief that M. Night Shyamalan’s

The Kid Who Would Be King – Blu-ray Review

The Kid Who Would Be King is a film that writer/director Joe Cornish wanted to make for a long time now. He essentially takes the best parts of classic Amblin

Hail Satan? Review

When you think of the word Satan, what words typically come to mind? I bet it’s something extremely negative. Now, when you think of those people who call themselves Satanists

Disneynature’s Penguins Review

As many studios that Disney has under its belt, Disneynature seems to be the long lost cousin that everyone keeps on forgetting about. Sure, it’s not a box office monster

Master Z: Ip Man Legacy Review

The Ip Man series has been consistently good over the years. Donnie Yen has shown us that his version of Ip Man is as badass as he is inspiring. Be

Missing Link Review

LAIKA is one of the only animation studios in Hollywood that still does stop-motion animation. Film after film, they advance the craft into something that’s both creative and exciting. So

Dumbo Review

Disney has been no stranger to live-action adaptations of their animated film library. The first adaptation, The Jungle Book, was released all the way back in 1994. Yet it was

Mary Poppins Returns – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When we reviewed the film back in December, we initially gave it an average rating. Upon multiple viewings, our thoughts on the film relatively remain the same. The problem with

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse isn’t just one of our top animated films from last year. It was one of our top films of 2018, period. Upon several repeat watches, the

Captain Marvel Review

As we reach an era of where the Hollywood is embracing more inclusiveness, Marvel and DC have led the way in showing Hollywood that you don’t have to follow the norms

Apollo 11 Review

The Apollo 11 mission is not just an achievement for NASA and the United States. It’s an achievement for all mankind. After so many years, you’d think that we’ve seen

Green Book – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Whether or not you buy into the film’s controversy, it’s undeniable that Green Book is still a heartfelt, entertaining, and hilarious. Much of that has to do with Tony Lip