“Ready or Not” Spoiler Review by Allison Sutton

  Truth be told, I have been thinking about Ready or Not since it’s August release. Truthfully, I’ve been mentally writing this review since then. Truthfully, this might just be my favorite movie of the year. But Allison, you say (hi): isn’t it just a horror movie? Yes. But also no. Ready or Not is, … Continue reading “Ready or Not” Spoiler Review by Allison Sutton

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” Review by Nate and Alex Blake

Nate: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a story about a jaded journalist named Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys) who is assigned by Esquire magazine to write a piece about beloved TV personality Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks). Vogel, based loosely on Esquire journalist Tom Junod, is a bitter man who struggles daily with his tragic childhood. This setup could easily … Continue reading “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” Review by Nate and Alex Blake

Nate Blake: The PG Rating is Having A Moment

First, for those unfamiliar, a little history lesson on the Motion Picture Ratings System. When the ratings system we Americans are most familiar with replaced the Motion Picture Production Code (also known as the Hays Code) in the late 1960s, there were initially four ratings: G, M, R, and X. G was the rating assigned … Continue reading Nate Blake: The PG Rating is Having A Moment

“Ford v Ferrari” review by Alex and Nate Blake

NATE: Ford v Ferrari (Le Mans 66 in Europe) tells the story of how driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) and automotive designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) were commissioned by Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) to build a car that could beat Ferrari at the 24 hours of Le Mans. This movie is a must see … Continue reading “Ford v Ferrari” review by Alex and Nate Blake