My Spy, the action comedy starring Dave Bautista, is set to launch on Amazon Prime Video after bypassing theaters because of the pandemic. After a few releases delays, the film is finally getting released. If you’re looking forward to catching this on the big screen, I’m sorry to say that this won’t be happening. Maybe it’s for the best because the spy comedy is a mediocre installment to the genre. I was fortunate enough to…"My Spy: Action Comedy Is Mediocre At Best"
Scoob!, now available for audiences to purchase on Digital/VOD, offers a contemporary update that fans of the Scooby-Doo cartoons will enjoy. Everyone’s favorite animated dog lives to see another day. Given the family appeal, it makes perfect sense for Warner Bros. to offer this film through VOD rather than wait until theaters to re-open. In a perfect world, we’d be sharing our laughs and screams in a theater right now. When it comes to animated…"Scoob! Offers A Contemporary Update"
Saving Zoë is unable to adequately translate the source material to the big screen despite some fine performances from the Marano sisters. After sister Zoë (Vanessa Marano) gets murdered, Echo’s (Laura Marano) life pretty much comes to a standstill. Neither parents seem to be doing okay with it. If anything at all, they’re just grieving in their own ways. Her mom turns to peels while dad works all the time. While this isn’t healthy at…"Saving Zoë Should Have Stayed A Book"
Crazy Rich Asians is the big screen flick that injects some new life so desperately needed in the romantic comedy genre. If Netflix had their way, you wouldn’t be seeing the film in theaters. This means that my Netflix-free parents wouldn’t see it at all. Thank G-d a studio wanted to release this film in theaters because it’s a lot of fun. NYU economics professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) had no clue what she was getting when…"Crazy Rich Asians Injects Life In Rom-Coms"