Author: katohater

Pacific Rim: Uprising (2018)

I watched the first Pacific Rim, because I like director Guillermo del Toro, but I found it to be fairly underwhelming. This sequel was not directed by del Toro, only produced. I wasn’t really looking forward to watching it, and maybe

Snatched (2017)

I used to really enjoy Goldie Hawn comedies of the olden days. Movies like Overboard  and Housesitter were fun and full of laughs. Part of me hoped that Snatched would bring a fresh twist to classic comedy that the genre desperately needs. Nope. There

Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

Disney really messed up on this one, but it’s not a terrible movie. The problem is they metaphorically had Greedo shooting first. A Han Solo prequel story was never going to be some big, epic blockbuster. They should have had

Black Panther (2018)

I think the reason why Black Panther became such a critical and commercial success was because it was fresh and inventive. It was nice to get a comic book movie about a superhero no one really paid much attention to. Instead

Ready Player One (2018)

I was first introduced to the book Ready Player One on the site known as Reddit. Many people raved about how it was a fun, nostalgic romp through pop culture of the 80s. The story follows a nerdy outcast named Wade who

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017)

Sometimes, a movie will come out of nowhere and no one knows anything about it. Then a buzz starts up and then some Golden Globe awards are won and it seems like maybe there is something good there. Three Billboards

Top Tens: Best Christmas Movies To Watch Every Year

1. Home Alone (1990) Kevin! It’s one of the all time greats where the kid is left behind at Christmas and must save his home from two bumbling burglars. 2. A Christmas Story (1983) Ralphie just wants a BB gun

Top Tens: Early 90s Comedies That Nobody Cared About

The 1990s were a transitional period when the bombast of the 80s hit the dawn of the technology age full blast. I went to see a lot of movies in the theater and I watched even more on home video.

Get Out (2017)

Jordan Peele of Key & Peele makes his directorial debut with this unconventional horror story that puts a creepy, psychological twist onGuess Who’s Coming To Dinner. Chris (Danial Kaluuya) and Rose (Allison Williams) travel to the country to visit Rose’s parents

Odd Thomas (2013)

Based on a crappy Dean Koontz novel, Odd Thomas (Anton Yelchin) is a likable guy who can see dead people and other ghastly creatures. He uses his special skills to fight the forces of evil and avenge the dead. Things start