Month: July 2019

History Repeating (Happy Death Day, 2017)

Tree is apparently the child of hippies, cause who else would name their kid Tree? But seriously… Tree is a popular and all around unpleasant sorority girl. On her birthday, she wakes up in the room of some random guy.  She storms out and… Continue Reading “History Repeating (Happy Death Day, 2017)”

Rinse and Repeat (Groundhog Day, 1993)

Phil is a jaded weather man who really hates his job. When he is paired up with producer Rita and forced to go produce a segment on the famous Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil to see if he sees his shadow…well, Phil ain’t happy.  He is… Continue Reading “Rinse and Repeat (Groundhog Day, 1993)”

Apex Predators (Crawl, 2019)

Haley is somewhat estranged from her parents, but when her father is unresponsive to calls from her and her sister in the face of an impending hurricane, she drives into the storm to find him. When she finds him wounded in a crawlspace beneath… Continue Reading “Apex Predators (Crawl, 2019)”

Forced Friendship (Stuber, 2019)

Kumail Nanjiani is the titular Stu.  Stu is a…uh… studious guy.  He works to thankless job, and is helping a woman he is in love with start her own business. Meanwhile, Dave Bautista is the reckless and angry cop Vic.  Vic is dedicated to… Continue Reading “Forced Friendship (Stuber, 2019)”

Fading Glories (Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood, 2019)

And so here we are at Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film (Apparently Death Proof does not count?).  A pretty loving homage to the Hollywood of the 60’s, Tarantino weaves a tale of fading actor Rick Dalton and his best friend Cliff Booth and their place… Continue Reading “Fading Glories (Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood, 2019)”

Tangled Webs (Spider-Man: Far From Home, 2019)

After the massive epic that was Avengers Endgame, a smaller story to actually close stuff off may seem like an odd choice. And yet?  Well, it may have been what was needed. Bringing back director Jon Watts and the cast of Homecoming, we get… Continue Reading “Tangled Webs (Spider-Man: Far From Home, 2019)”