Bad Time Cinema – Batman Forever

In 1995, the world was graced with the existence of a movie named Batman Forever. Most Batman fans have a love\hate relationship with this iteration of the comic book hero. (Spoilers)

Jingle All the Way – Movie Review

Jingle All the Way is just as dumb as it is entertaining, but that’s why we love it. Another Christmas holiday film review for your enjoyment! (Spoilers)

Fred Claus – Movie Review

The Christmas holiday season is upon us, so what better to cover than a Christmas movie. We decided to discuss Fred Claus. It’s an old one at this point, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun. It’s currently available on HBOMax now if you haven’t see it. (Spoilers)

Red Notice – Movie Review

Red Notice is one of Netflix’s biggest premiers. With the names in this action and comedy trio, it’s no wonder people are looking forward to seeing it. This movie has some big shoes to fill to make it into the top lists for these three. Did it do it? (Spoilers)

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – Movie Review

Marvel puts their winning formula back in action for a new branch of their movie franchise. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was originally available in theaters and for a price on Disney Plus, but now it’s free on Disney Plus for all subscribers to enjoy. (Spoilers)

The French Dispatch – Movie Review

Wes Anderson has written and directed a new film that fits his well established aesthetic. The French Dispatch hosts a myriad of major stars that bring these stories to life. Some say it’s his best work, others aren’t sure. (Spoilers)

Dune (2021) – Movie Review

The much anticipated remake of Dune has finally arrived at home on HBOMax and in theaters. The ratings have been good from critics, but what about us? (Spoilers)

Crimson Peak – Movie Review

For this, the final installment of spooky season, we’re covering Crimson Peak. This gothic romance features specters and chills, but is it one of Del Toro’s masterpieces or just another attempt at a ghost story? (Spoilers)

Jennifer’s Body – Movie Review

It is spooky season, and what better movie for us to talk about than one that is both loved and hated? Jennifer’s Body came out in 2009 and quickly became a cult classic. (Spoilers)

World War Z – Movie Review

Spooky season is in full swing, and while World War Z isn’t a terrifying horror film, it still fits the bill, and who doesn’t love a good zombie flick during spooky season? (Spoilers)

Boss Level – Movie Review

Boss Level is a Hulu Original action comedy flick. Watch it, and you’ll see why everyone compares it to Groundhog Day mixed with any awesome action film. (Spoilers)

Kate – Movie Review

In what is seeming to be becoming the Netflix original movies bread and butter, Kate is a Japanese stylized assassin flick. Neon, swords, and cool fighting sequences make this action genre. If you like that, then Kate is in your wheelhouse. (Spoilers)

The Courier – Movie Review

Who doesn’t like a good old fashioned Cold War spy movie? The Courier takes a shot to compete with some of the greats in the category. Don’t worry, we’ll tell you how we think they did. (Spoilers)

Top 5 Brad Pitt Movies

We discuss our picks for Brad Pitt’s top five roles as a leading actor. He has been in a ton of movies and has been the main role for many. We had to make some hard choices, but we finally agreed on our tops. (Spoilers)

Nobody – Movie Review

With fast cuts, good stunt doubles, and sweeping camera movements, we are in the era of “anyone can be an action movie star”. Even though some are unbelievable, it doesn’t mean they can’t be fun to watch. Nobody has come to test the boundaries of this realm. (Spoilers)

Reminiscence – Movie Review

Reminiscence is a futuristic detective noir stylized movie. It wasn’t really billed that way, but once you accept that’s where it’s headed, it will all start to make sense. (Spoilers)

Jungle Cruise – Movie Review

Disney is hitting us with a live action move about a theme park ride. With major stars and major charm it should be a fun little family film. (Spoilers)

The Suicide Squad – Movie Review

The Suicide Squad only carries over a few characters from the first movie, but what it lacks in repeat offenders, it makes up for in new characters and carnage. (Spoilers)

The Green Knight – Movie Review

The Green Knight is a new movie, staring Dev Patel, that is based off an Arthurian tale of Sir Gawain. Love it or hate it, but you can’t deny the beauty of it. (Spoilers)

Space Jam: A New Legacy – Movie Review

The new Space Jam is here. It’s available on HBOMax and in theaters if the family is wanting the big screen experience. LeBron James is here to save the world against the evil forces of A.I. (Spoilers)

Gunpowder Milkshake – Movie Review

Gunpowder Milkshake brings a mix of John Wick action and cinematic styling that hasn’t really been done before. Karen Gillan is the lead in yet another action role for her. Is it a winning mix for us? (Spoilers)

Black Widow – Movie Review

Natasha is back with her very own movie. Black Widow has been a part of the Marvel movies from the very beginning. The time is past due for her to have her own story brought to the big screen. (Spoilers)

The Tomorrow War – Movie Review

The new Amazon Original stars Chris Pratt as the savior of the world. The Tomorrow War is a futuristic Sci-Fi doomsday flick that will have you looking over your shoulder for killer aliens. (Spoilers)

F9: The Fast Saga – Movie Review

The Fast and Furious franchise is on their ninth iteration. All bets are off and anything goes at this point in the series. Too much craziness or just enough? (Spoilers)

Infinite – Movie Review

The action flick Infinite is hitting a home TV screen near you. This Paramount+ original is starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Paramount is using this blockbuster style movie to drive adoption of their streaming service. Is it good enough to work? (Spoilers)

A Quiet Place Part 2 – Movie Review

A Quite Place Part 2 is one of the more recent theater only releases to come out. With the excitement of the original, we’re sure this will do well in theaters this summer. (Spoilers)

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – Movie Review

The Conjuring is back and the Warrens are once again fighting evil at every turn. The Conjuring, in our opinion, is one of the better horror films in recent years. This being the third iteration of the series, we went in with a little apprehension. Was it well founded? (Spoilers)

Army of the Dead – Movie Review

Zack Snyder has created a new Netflix Original. This time he’s bringing zombies to the screen in a walled off and overrun Las Vegas. Is this just another zombie movie or something different for zombie lovers? (Spoilers)

Wrath of Man – Movie Review

The dynamic duo of British gangster action are teaming up again. Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham bring us another action drama, but about armored car robberies this time. How does this film stand in comparison to the rest of Guy Ritchie’s work? (Spoilers)

Those Who Wish Me Dead – Movie Review

Angelina Jolie is back on screen starring in Those Who Wish Me Dead. This action\drama movie was released on the big screen and HBO simultaneously. Which format is more worth the watch? (Spoilers)

Without Remorse – Movie Review

Tom Clancy is known for his action-packed books and adaptations into action movies and video games. This movie is no exception to the rule. The real question is: how well does it deliver that action bonanza? (Spoilers)

Mortal Kombat (2021) – Movie Review

Mortal Kombat is here to reboot us in the face. There have been a bunch of Mortal Kombat movies since the original was released. Most of them have been very bad. Is this one going to different from those or is it just a pump for cash? (Spoilers)

Godzilla vs Kong – Movie Review

This is the titan clash we’ve been waiting for since the reboot of both King Kong and Godzilla. Both monster stories have made impressive showings individually. Was this monster bash worth the wait? (Spoilers)

Our 2021 Oscar Picks Recap

Join us as we go over the results of our 2021 Oscar predictions and see how right we were and how wrong the rest of us were. (Spoilers)

2021 Oscar Predictions/ 93rd Academy Awards

Join us as we go over our 2021 Oscar predictions for the best movies of 2020 and some of 2021. This will be the 93nd Academy Awards, and as usual, there are some tough decisions to be made. Listen to us butcher names as we make predictions on who we think will win and who we hope will win. (Spoilers)

Minari – Movie Review

We have finally come to the last best picture nominee for us to review. Minari takes us to rural Arkansas where an aspiring farmer looks to start a new life of prosperity with his family. It’s another strong contender for the best picture win. (Spoilers)

The Father – Movie Review

The Father is one of our last films to cover for the Oscars best picture nominees. Anthony Hopkins delivers a powerful performance about an aging man fighting against losing his mind, while pushing the people trying to help him away. (Spoilers)

Sound of Metal – Movie Review

Sound of Metal follows the difficulties of metal a drummer as he loses his hearing and has to live in the new reality that brings. Another Oscar best picture nominee for us to talk about with you. (Spoilers)

Promising Young Woman – Movie Review

Promising Young Woman is another best picture Oscars nom. We are making our way through the list and none have disappointed so far. Promising Young Woman is no exception. (Spoilers)

Nomadland – Movie Review

Nomadland is another one of the Oscars best picture nominees, so of course we had to give it a watch. Nomadland is really part documentary and part dramatization of a real lifestyle. It’s already won a few awards. We’ll talk about why. (Spoilers)

Mank – Movie Review

We are continuing with our coverage of the Oscars best picture nominees. This week is the Netflix Original, Mank. Mank is a black and white film about the creation of Citizen Kane and the screen writers views on Hollywood in the 30’s and 40’s. (Spoilers)

The Trial of the Chicago 7 – Movie Review

We’re coming up on the Oscars so it’s time for us to start ramping up the coverage of movies from the best picture category. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is an Oscar hopeful that depicts a story based on actual events surrounding an uprising at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. (Spoilers)

Zack Snyder’s Justice League – Movie Review

Zack Snyder’s Justice League has finally been released on HBO’s streaming service, HBOMax. This has given him the chance to release his original vision for Justice League as he would have intended. How does Snyder’s vision stand up against the original theatrical release? (Spoilers)

Coming 2 America – Movie Review

The Amazon Original, Coming 2 America, has one of the laziest titles ever, but it’s a sequel to a classic so we’ll try not to hold that against them. Almost all of the old cast is back with the aim of making us laugh. (Spoilers)

Let Him Go – Movie Review

With the star power of Kevin Costner and Diane Lane, surely there is plenty of good to be had in Let Him Go. We’re going to dive in and let you know what we thought about it. (Spoilers)

Judas and the Black Messiah – Movie Review

Judas and the Black Messiah has been nominated in multiple categories this awards season. The movie is based on a true story of the Chicago Black Panthers. Let’s dive in. (Spoilers)

Unhinged – Movie Review

Russell Crowe stars in Unhinged as a man that has found his mental breaking point and is looking for people to take it out on. (Spoilers)

The Informer – Movie Review

The Informer, starring Joel Kinnaman and Rosamund Pike, was released in late 2019 overseas, but didn’t come out in the U.S. until a year later. This straight to streaming movie didn’t even make it on our radar until we saw it available for purchase. Was it worth a watch? (Spoilers)

The Little Things – Movie Review

The Little Things is a star-packed crime thriller that was released on HBO Max and in theaters at the same time. It was highly anticipated but not greatly received. We’ll give you our two cents as usual. (Spoilers)

Love and Monsters – Movie Review

The name says a lot about it. Love and Monsters is a story about a guy trekking through a monster filled landscape to get to the girl he loves. (Spoilers)

The King of Staten Island – Movie Review

Pete Davidson stars in The King of Staten Island as a guy that is currently stuck in life. It’s funny, it’s sad, it feel’s like real life instead of movie life. (Spoilers)

Soul – Movie Review

Disney released a new movie on Christmas day to it’s streaming service without an extra charge. Soul, from the Pixar portion of Disney has been popular. Lets find out why. (Spoilers)

Wonder Woman 1984 – Movie Review

The first movie release that was put out on streaming services and theaters at the same time. Wonder Woman 1984 is the second Wonder Woman movie from DC. How does this compare to the first? (Spoilers)