T.J. Reid leaves his review of Antione Fuqua’s “Emancipation,” starring Will Smith, on Apple TV+.
Author: T.J. Reid
REVIEW: Thirteen Lives: The definitive Thai cave rescue movie
TJ Reid gives his review of Ron Howards telling of the story of the rescue of the youth soccer team rescued from a Thai cave in 2018.
REVIEW: Cunk on Earth: Mockumentary brings satire to history
“A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals.” A great line from Men in Black that has always been true, no matter how far back we reach in our history.
REVIEW: Andor: the show you’re looking for
TJ Reid offers up his review on the latest entry in the Star Wars universe, Andor.
REVIEW: Ortega and the Addams shine in otherwise dreadful Wednesday
The Addams Family gets a new iteration in Netflix’s Wednesday, where the titular character and her morbid family are the only interesting things.
REVIEW: Matilda: magical musical adaptation
A review of Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical, on Netflix
REVIEW: Return to the 3D spectacle of Pandora
TJ Reid review’s James Cameron’s Avatar: Way of Water
Prey is the hunt you’ve been waiting for
It’s tough to be a fan of the Predator franchise. Although Predator 2 and Predators have their defenders, the only thing we in the fandom can unanimously agree on are the facts that the original 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger film is the only truly better-than-average film of the bunch, and that[Read More…]
Thor: Love and blunder
Of all the individual series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the one belonging to the god of thunder did not truly take flight and rise above middling-to-decent until the third entry, Taika Waititi’s excellent Thor: Ragnarok. Colorful, hilarious, and exciting, it was just the jolt that the self-proclaimed strongest Avenger[Read More…]
Reacher offers prime action in a big package
It’s sometimes hard to remember that at one point the Mission: Impossible series was more than just an excuse to watch Tom Cruise perform increasingly dangerous stunts. A classic 60s television show, it was not until the first film adaptation in 1996 that the seminal spy property would start to[Read More…]