The Revenant (2015) Movie Review | A Fantastic Story of Survival and Revenge

Returning after his award-winning 2014 hit Birdman, director Alejandro González Iñárritu brings to life another award worthy movie in 2015, The Revenant. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy, The Revenant is based on the story of Hugh Glass in the early 1800s. (Granted, the film was based on the Michael Punke book from 2002). It's not a direct re-telling, and... read more

The Hateful Eight (2015) Movie Review | Tarantino Does it Again With A Phenomenal Western

Quentin Tarantino is one tricky pony. It's hard to criticize him, since he almost always goes against the norm. A good majority of his movies are often panned by most critics and yet always end up becoming cult classics. Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs are a few of these, and Tarantino's new movie, The Hateful Eight joins them. The Hateful Eight is Tarantino's 8th movie,... read more

Sisters (2015) Movie Review | Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Chemistry Isn’t Enough

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are quite strong comedians. Both of them have had great shows, including 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation, to name a few of the big ones; as well as Saturday Night Live. They've proven their comedic chemistry as well, especially during their Golden Globes stint. It's impossible to deny these are two funny ladies with fantastic chemistry with one... read more

Daddy’s Home (2015) Movie Review | Ferrel and Wahlberg’s Second Outing Fails to Hit the Mark

A good chunk of the time holiday releases are generally hit or miss. It's one of the busiest seasons for movies, the 2nd after summer. There are movies like The Hateful Eight, Star Wars, and The Revenant, which were the clear "winners" of the season. Another contender that has been on a surprising good streak Box Office-wise since it came out is Daddy's Home. Trailing... read more

The Grinder (2015) TV Show Review | Interesting and Fun New Comedy Legal Series

New shows generally take a while to fall into place. Many have a lot of bad first outings, but eventually grow into something great. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "Parks and Recreation" are a few examples of this. The Grinder manages to escape the first season (and even first episode) blues and gets going right away. The Grinder, staring Rob Lowe (The West Wing,... read more

Rainbow Six Siege (2015) | Excellent Gameplay Under One Mode But Fails To Impress, Limited Content, No Respawn, No Team Deathmatch

Rainbow 6 Siege is the long-awaited successor to Rainbow Six Vegas 2. I enjoyed playing it, for a couple days, but got quickly bored due to lack of content, lack of game modes, and lack of excitement. Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was perhaps my favorite first-person shooter game of all time. I continued playing the game on PS3 until no one was playing anymore, and then I bought... read more