Tag "Mark Pacis Movie Reviews"

Generation Wealth Review

“Greed, for lack of a better word, is good.” These words from Wall Street became the motto for greedy capitalists since the 80s. Now, the world’s appetite for money has

Mission: Impossible Fallout Review

The Mission: Impossible series has been going on for over twenty-two years now. Much like the Fast & Furious franchise, the film has had more downs than ups early in

A Quiet Place – Blu-ray Review

In the past few years, the quality of original horror films have been getting better. A Quiet Place is the latest addition to this growing list of great original horror

Skyscraper Review

In case you haven’t noticed, The Rock is one of the busiest actors working in Hollywood today. Not only did he have Rampage come out in April but he also

Overboard – Blu-ray Review

A remake of a beloved classic will always have its critics. After all, why remake a film if you can’t improve upon it. Unfortunately, the brand new remake of Overboard

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot Review

Inspirational biopics are about a dime a dozen in Hollywood. As you can imagine, studios release them to inspire people and use the film as Oscar bait. There are times

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Review

Hotel Transylvania has been a hit with families all over the world. Not only does it shed new light on monsters but it makes them more accessible for kids too.

Rampage – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Rampage was going to be the film that defied the video game curse and actually be a good movie. Unfortunately, Rampage continues the trend of mediocre video game movies. The

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

It’s been over two months since Thanos snapped his fingers and tore the hearts of Marvel fans everywhere. It was the kind of gut punch that left you speechless (or

Jack Reacher – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Jack Reacher is a film that we rarely see in Hollywood nowadays. Reacher is an old-school action thriller that also has a compelling mystery to boot. The film isn’t trying

Fury – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Let’s face it, bad World War II films are a rarity in Hollywood. If you look at a list of films, you may count the bad films on two hands.

Pacific Rim Uprising – Blu-ray Review

After giving Pacific Rim Uprising a favorable review and watching it once again on Blu-ray, I can safely say that Uprising is a more enjoyable film than the original. The

The Patriot – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

When The Patriot first came out, everyone thought that this would be another American version of Braveheart. After all, Mel Gibson fighting the British to gain freedom from them is basically Braveheart.

Coming to America (30th Anniversary Edition) – Blu-ray Review

Eddie Murphy was the king of comedians back in the 80s. But his most popular film from that time is easily Coming to America. It’s so popular that some people even dressed

The Incredibles 2 Review

With Pixar films getting sequels left and right, it’s weird to see one of Pixar’s most popular films not get the same amount of love. Even Finding Nemo got a

A Wrinkle in Time – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Admittedly, I haven’t read the book so I can’t say whether or not it adapts the book well. However, I can talk about it from a film standpoint. Well… There

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Review

Believe it or not, there was a time when children’s learning programs weren’t the norm. Before Sesame Street and Reading Rainbow, there was “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” The soft-spoken man from

Hereditary Review

Horror fans have been lucky enough to now live in the golden age of horror films. With horror maestros like James Wan, Guillermo del Toro, David F. Sandberg, and M.

Peter Pan: The Signature Collection – Blu-ray Review

Walt Disney’s animated films have always tried to push the envelope when it came to animation. Although it may not match the excellence and creativity of his earlier films, Peter

Source Code – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

A film that repeats a day over-and-over again is nothing new in Hollywood. We’ve had Groundhog Day, Edge of Tomorrow, and Naked—just to name a few. Yet Source Code is