REview: Sex Education, S2 (2020) | Simply The Best

Netflix’s Sex Education impressed me it’s first season, which pessimistically speaking, had me wondering when the show was going to begin to decline. Because there’s some good shows–or at least were good shows–that went on way too long; cough, cough, Supernatural so while it’s only the second season of Sex Education, I wouldn’t be too […]

Ryan Reynolds Adds to His Portfolio

Ryan Reynolds, of Deadpool fame, is quite the entrepreneur. First, in 2018 (or thereabouts) Reynolds purchased Aviation Gin, which you likely knew if you saw 6 Underground on Netflix because if it were featured more prominently I’d be surprised if everyone who watched didn’t receive a free bottle. And he apparently isn’t done because recently […]

REview: 6 Underground (2019)

Michael Bay’s 6 Underground isn’t a good movie, though it is interesting, with some great human and car-based stunts. It’s also really expensive–and looks it–coming in around $150 million according to Screenrant. And I believe it, between the stunts and the locations, this movie oozes money. My question is why couldn’t a little more of […]

REview: Shazam (2019)

I didn’t hate David F. Sandberg’s Shazam!, nor did I particularly like it. My greatest problem with the movie–and they’re quite a few–is that the it doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be. Is it a horror movie? Is it a movie geared toward young people? I couldn’t tell, which makes me think […]

REview: The Pool (2018)

The Pool isn’t a bad film, but it’s isn’t terribly good either. Let me explain. Theeradej Wongpuapan (who carries most of the movie, along with a CGI–I think. For the most part it’s really good–crocodile) and Ratnamon Ratchiratham are both decent actors and give good performances. The movie is well shot and lit and the […]

REview: Willow Creek (2013)

Found footage is a genre that every since The Blair Witch Project–though that was not the first. That honor likely belongs to The McPherson Tape–many have attempted, but few have done particularly well. Paranormal Activity was fine though prior entries in that series quickly wore out their welcome, which is one reason you should see […]

REview: Spectre (2015)

I enjoy James Bond movies, though I wouldn’t call myself a ‘superfan’ by any stretch of the imagination–which you could probably tell from me getting around to seeing Spectre only four years after it’s initial release. And I think I dodged a bullet because while it’s not a terrible movie, it is a bloated one […]