Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everwhere All At Once

Review: “Everything Everywhere All at Once” Get ready to have your mind blown, folks! “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a cinematic rollercoaster that takes you on a wild ride through multiple dimensions, existential crises, and a whole lot of heart. Directed by the Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), this film is a delightful […]



A Colorful Collision of Cultures: A Review of “Bollywood/Hollywood” Get ready to dive into a vibrant world of song, dance, and drama with “Bollywood/Hollywood,” a delightful rom-com that blends the best of both cinematic worlds. Directed by Deepa Mehta, this film is a delightful treat for those who love the melodrama of Bollywood and the […]

The Boatniks

The Boatniks

Review: The Boatniks (1977) – A Nautical Nostalgia Trip Get ready to set sail on a sea of laughter with Disney’s 1977 comedy, “The Boatniks”. This film is a delightful throwback to the slapstick comedies of yesteryears, filled with hilarious mishaps, quirky characters, and a whole lot of nautical nonsense. Plot Overview The Boatniks tells […]

Smokey and the Bandit

Smokey And The Bandit

Rollin’ Down the Highway with “Smokey and the Bandit” Get ready to buckle up and hit the road with the 1977 classic, “Smokey and the Bandit.” This high-octane, laugh-a-minute film is a joyride from start to finish, and it’s about time we took a look under the hood to see what makes this movie tick. […]

Six String Samurai

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In the post-apocalyptic world of Six String Samurai, directed by Lance Mungia, a lone guitar-wielding warrior named Buddy roams the desolate wastelands, following in the footsteps of the late King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. This offbeat and unique film combines elements of action, comedy, and music to deliver a wild and unforgettable cinematic experience. The […]

The Monster Squad

The Monster Squad Movie Poster

The Monster Squad, directed by Fred Dekker and released in 1987, is a delightful throwback to classic monster movies, wrapped in an adventurous tale that captures the essence of childhood wonder. This action-packed horror-comedy follows a group of misfit kids who form a club dedicated to their love of monsters. Little do they know that […]

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Paul Blart Mall Cop Movie Poster

Paul Blart: Mall Cop, directed by Steven Carr and released in 2009, is an entertaining and lighthearted action-comedy that combines slapstick humor with an endearing underdog story. While the film doesn’t offer groundbreaking plot twists or deep thematic exploration, it succeeds in delivering laughs and an enjoyable cinematic experience. The plot follows Paul Blart (played […]


Pottersville Movie Poster

Pottersville, directed by Seth Henrikson and released in 2017, is a quirky holiday comedy that takes an unconventional approach to the Christmas spirit. While the film has its endearing moments and a talented ensemble cast, it falls short in fully capitalizing on its unique premise, resulting in a somewhat disjointed and tonally uneven experience. The […]


Possums Movie Poster

Possums is such a clean, wholesome film about a small town high school football program, the Nowata Possums, that is ended after over a decade of not scoring a single touchdown. The team’s announcer fills the town’s need for high school football by announcing fake games. As the excitement for the fake games builds, trouble […]

Zorro: The Gay Blade

Zorro the Gay Blade Movie Poster

A Hilarious and Unconventional Take on a Classic Tale Zorro: The Gay Blade is a comedic gem that playfully subverts the traditional swashbuckling adventure genre. Directed by Peter Medak, this film offers a fresh and unique perspective on the legendary masked hero while injecting a delightful dose of humor and wit. While it may not […]