Ghost of Tsushima was developed by Sucker Punch Studios, and stars Daisuke Tsuji, Sumalee Montano, Eric Steinberg, and Patrick Gallagher. I’m not the biggest fan of open world games, so I wasn’t expecting to like Ghost of Tsushima as much as I did. I actually had very few issues with this game. First, climbing was […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Knives Out was directed by Rian Johnson, and stars Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, and Chris Evans. Knives Out was one I kind of wanted to watch when it came out, but I just never did. Glad I watched it now though. I really liked the score. It was filled with wonder, suspense, and mystery. […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Ted was directed by Seth MacFarlane, and stars Mark Wahlberg, Seth McFarlane, and Mika Kunis. Watched this one and Cabin Fever on a whim with @wesley.a15 in the same night. The jokes in Ted are generally good. Some are a bit long-winded to the point where they aren’t funny, but that doesn’t happen often. I also feel […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Cabin Fever was directed by Eli Roth, and stars Eli Roth, Rider Strong, Cerina Vincent, Jordan Ladd, and James DeBello. Wonderful, another bad horror movie I watched with @wesley.a15. The acting in this was pretty awful. There isn’t a single good performance, which is expected from a horror movie titled Cabin Fever. The writing is also […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Groundhog Day was directed by Harold Ramis, and stars Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. Once I realized February 2nd was coming up, I realized it was the perfect opportunity to watch this and review it. This was probably a pretty original concept for the time it was released: having a character relive the same day. […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Mission: Impossible – Fallout was directed by Christopher McQuarrie, and stars Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, and Henry Cavill. I saw this in the theater with my dad when it came out in 2018. At the time, I enjoyed it, but I didn’t realize how masterful it was until my second viewing a while […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation was directed by Christopher McQuarrie, and stars Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, and Sean Harris. I lied. Rogue Nation is the best one so far and has the highest stakes yet. Right from the opening, nothing is safe for the IMF, not even the mission directives that we (and […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol was directed by Brad Bird, and stars Tom Cruise, Paula Patton, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner. Here we go. This is where Mission: Impossible really starts to reach its true potential. The score has been improved upon. It’s now more orchestral, which is awesome. Ghost Protocol probably has the most […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Mission: Impossible III was directed by J.J. Abrams, and stars Tom Cruise, Michelle Monaghan, Ving Rhames, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman. 6.9 on IMDB!? 71% on Rotten Tomatoes!? Too low. I had heard before that II and III were bad and mediocre respectively, and that Ghost Protocol was the “return to form” (Keep in mind, I […]See more about the latest games and movies!
Mission: Impossible II was directed by John Woo, and stars Tom Cruise, Thandie Newton, Ving Rhames, and Dougray Scott. This was an incredibly odd drop in quality. They kept the same writer (to my knowledge), yet Mission: Impossible II was significantly worse than the original. The cinematography was a lot worse, and it wasn’t amazing […]See more about the latest games and movies!