Tag: Reviews

  • “The Sky Is Everywhere”- A Modern Mediocre Melodrama: Film Review

    “The Sky Is Everywhere”- A Modern Mediocre Melodrama: Film Review

    Some may argue that the melodrama genre has largely faded from the public eye, only relegated to passive viewings of terribly cliched Lifetime Original Movies. However, Josephine Decker’s The Sky Is Everywhere suggests that melodrama might have been absorbed into young adult romance films. The actual plot of Decker’s latest is one straight out of […]

  • Robert Schwentke’s “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins”: Film Review

    Robert Schwentke’s “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins”: Film Review

    There are several brief moments in Snake Eyes where the audience is able to see the incredible talents of stunt coordinator Kenji Tanigaki. Tanigaki has an ability to bring a fantastical element to even the simplest of fight sequences, perhaps best demonstrated in the Rurouni Kenshin series. His work in this G.I. Joe origin story […]