Blockers was actually a decent movie
Okay, I know what you’re thinking: a generic, raunchy comedy with John Cena with one of the main characters cannot possibly be that good. But that’s why I’m here to review movies, and I’m telling you that this movie is at its worst entertaining.
I really enjoyed 'Isle of Dogs.' In his first film since 2014's 'Grand Budapest Hotel,' Wes Anderson once again unleashes (nailed it) his unique vision; this time to tell a story about a boy and his dog.
I saw Flower the other day. It went okay.
I was so ready to like this movie, which is why it makes me upset that I’m writing a review about it that isn’t so flattering. I don’t really have a good summary of this, so here’s one I stole off Google:
Rebellious, quick-witted Erica Vandross (Zoey Deutch) is a 17-year-old firecracker living with her single mom, Laurie, and her mom's new boyfriend, Bob, in L.A.'s San Fernando Valley. When Bob's mentally unbalanced son, Luke, arrives from rehab to live with the family, Erica finds her domestic and personal life overwhelmed. With Luke and her sidekicks Kala and Claudine in tow, Erica acts out by exposing a high school teacher's dark secret.
I walked out of the theater and drove home in silence. Not because 'A Quiet Place' ingrained me with an irrational fear of sound hunting monsters, much the same way that 'Jaws' kept kids out of swimming pools all summer in 1975. Rather, I think the reason I embraced the quiet is that in just an hour and a half at the theater I had become totally immersed in the world and story that John Krasinski had created. It just felt normal.