Review – Logan Lucky

Logan Lucky, directed by Steven Soderbergh, is a film that is full of so much character. Not only do you have the eclectic selections of characters to enjoy, but you also have the all-American setting; filled with NASCAR, a lively culture that loves and respects its history and an overall charm and wholesomeness that just exists throughout the film. You take all of that and then inject it with the unique essence that makes up Virginia and the surrounding areas, and you get something that really stands-out and makes its presence known. And it is also a film that constructs and delivers a heist plot that keeps all the fun moving with purpose. This is a film that is brimming with wonderful amounts of charm and fun, and it never lets up. But can the film really be all enjoyment and no underlying problems? Well, let’s find out in my review. Read more

Review – Spectre

Spectre

Spectre, directed by Sam Mendes, is a Bond film that seems unsure of what it wants to be. On the one hand this is a Bond film that continues its edgier run (those now classic Daniel Craig beat down scenes return), yet on the other hand Spectre wants to at times settle in and enjoy the comforts of past glories – trying to have both, means that the film does give off some mixed messages, and makes for a confusing film. Read more