I’m looking forward to seeing Hobbes & Shaw. It seems like they are truly embracing the silliness of the Fast & Furious franchise.


Day Six: Free Solo. What an inspiring movie. I don’t understand the need to climb a mountain without ropes, but I get the passion to chase one’s dreams.


The new Star Wars film has an official name. I am hoping Disney keeps to their word about slowing down the pace of Star Wars films. I don’t think Star Wars can be treated like Marvel with so many films so quickly.


Star Trek 4 has been canceled. In some ways, I am kind of glad. But, it will stink not having a big screen Star Trek presence.


I quite enjoyed Shazam!, it was a fun movie with heart. DC should make more movies like this.

This Equalizer 2 should have been titled "Denzel Driving". This movie is supposed to be an action-suspense film, it is more of a slow burn film without much payoff. I was bored stiff at times and not even Denzel Washington could save this one.

The screenplay is particularly guilty of dragging the film down with its multiple side stories that were not needed. The mini-vengeance stories at the front of the film added a lot of dead weight to the film.

I hope they don't make Equalizer 3.

Tonight's movie is The Equalizer 2 (2018). I do not have high expectations, so I am hoping I will be somewhat entertained.


The Osiris Child is ambitious and sometimes overshoots what it can achieve, but I appreciate what the filmmakers were aiming to achieve — more over, I really liked what they were able to achieve. The one thing that stands out about the film is that it is beautifully shot and visually stunning.

I really enjoyed this film and if the subtitle of the film is any indication, I am looking forward to a sequel to the film. The ending of the film left a lot of questions that needed answering.

Tonight's movie is The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume 1 (2016). A random movie I found on Hulu that looks really interesting.


Tonight's movie will be Snakes on a Plane (2006). My first time ever seeing this film. I can't wait to soak it all in.


I watched 2036 Origin Unknown on Netflix. I would not wish this film on anyone. The film runs 94 minutes, but felt like it was two or three times longer.

The film is mostly a one-woman show with Katee Sackhoff as the lead. She is not a strong enough actor to carry a film with such a weak script.

The movie steals from 2001: A Space Odyssey, Source Code, Terminator, Red Planet and Mission to Mars.

Save your time, skip this one.


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