“The Old Man & The Gun” review by Nate Blake

Directed by David Lowery Rated: PG-13 Length: 93 Minutes Some films strive to be the most thought provoking of the year or the most emotional or the most hair-raising. The Old Man & The Gun is content to be the most smile inducing film of the year. It achieves this with a kind sense of … Continue reading “The Old Man & The Gun” review by Nate Blake

“Mid90s” review by Alex and Nate Blake

Directed by: Jonah Hill Rated: R Length: 85 minutes Alex: Let’s be real, the 90s were a pretty awesome time. And it is a time that everyone who lived through that decade is nostalgic for. How could you not be? Boy bands, being forced to play outside when your mom got tired of you, and … Continue reading “Mid90s” review by Alex and Nate Blake

“A Star Is Born” review by Nate and Alex Blake

Directed by: Bradley Cooper Rated: R Length: 135 minutes Nate: A third remake of a film that has also been redone and parodied in countless other works shouldn’t be the type of film event that attracts as much hype as “A Star Is Born” has over the past year. That it earns and exceeds every … Continue reading “A Star Is Born” review by Nate and Alex Blake

“The Bleeding Edge” review by Alex and Nate Blake

Directed by: Kirby Dick Rated: Not Rated Length: 99 minutes Alex: Considering the world we live in, you probably don’t need a reality check about where we are as a country. However, if you want to feel really shitty about the state of our medical industry, this documentary is for you. This documentary focuses on … Continue reading “The Bleeding Edge” review by Alex and Nate Blake