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David is a film aficionado from Colchester, Connecticut. He enjoys writing, reading, analyzing, and of course, watching movies. His favorite genres are westerns, crime dramas, horror, and sci-fis. He also enjoys binge-watching TV shows on Netflix.

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING: Fun & Lighthearted But Disrupted By Its Connections To The MCU

Spider-Man: Homecoming is a refreshingly comedic and lighthearted superhero film, but it doesn't quite work as part of a larger universe.

THE BOOK OF HENRY: A Questionable Mishap For All Involved

The Book of Henry is strange from its outset, and its lack of redeeming characters or strong emotional moments doesn't much help matters.

IT COMES AT NIGHT: An Atmospheric, Disturbing Tale Of Paranoia

It Comes at Night is a disturbingly effective horror film, delving into themes of paranoia, fear, and distrust in an eerily relevant way.

THE CIRCLE: More Obtuse Than Well-Rounded

Though with timely themes and a fine cast/director, The Circle attempts to do too much with its material, instead ending up as lost potential.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2: James Gunn Does it Again

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 pales, in some ways, to its predecessor, yet it has just enough charm and heart to make up

COLOSSAL: Anne Hathaway Towers Over An Uneven Landscape

Colossal is a fantasy-oriented film about a kaiju monster that somehow manages to be both emotionally effective and profound.

GHOST IN THE SHELL: Impressive Visuals Not Enough To Save This Bland, Hollywoodized Remake

Ghost in the Shell is full of visual splendor, yet ultimately lacks the originality or prowess of the original Japanese anime film.

LOGAN: Wolverine's Last Hurrah Is Among The Great Superhero Films

There's no living with, with a killing. There's no going back from it. Right or wrong, it's a brand, a brand that sticks.


I first discovered Jeff Nichols back in 2013, when I happened to catch Mud in theaters. Not knowing what to expect, I still remember

HIGH NOON: Celebrating The Power Of Individual Fortitude

High Noon, though premiering in 1952, is a film that has great significance today, expressing the strength and power of individual will.