“Crazy Rich Asians” review by Nate and Alex Blake and Gabriela Crespo

For this review, Alex and I are happy to have as a guest writer our friend Gabriela Crespo, who actually read the book “Crazy Rich Asians” that this film was adapted from. We’ve placed her review at the end because like movies, reviews should get more interesting as they go along. Also, she delves a … Continue reading “Crazy Rich Asians” review by Nate and Alex Blake and Gabriela Crespo

“Alpha” review by Nate Blake

“Alpha” is a familiar survival story told well and elevated by stunning visuals. The story follows Keda (Kodi Smit-McPhee), a young hunter who is separated from his tribe during the upper paleolithic period. Left to die by his tribe when they determine any rescue to be impossible, Keda embarks on a journey home and along … Continue reading “Alpha” review by Nate Blake

“BlacKkKlansman” review by Alex and Nate Blake

Rated: R for language, including racial epithets, and for disturbing/violent material and some sexual references Run time: 135 minutes Starring: John David Washington, Adam Driver, Topher Grace, Harry Belafonte, Alec Baldwin Director: Spike Lee Alex: BlacKkKlansman defied my expectations in ways that I was not prepared for. Based on the name alone, I am sure … Continue reading “BlacKkKlansman” review by Alex and Nate Blake

“And the winner was…” By Nate and Alex Blake

The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences took several desperate moves on Tuesday as a way to combat shrinking ratings of the annual Oscars telecast. First, a new category will be introduced that honors outstanding achievement in popular film. This is to address, yet again, the frequent complaint that the Academy overlooks popular films … Continue reading “And the winner was…” By Nate and Alex Blake