Reviews

 
Ouija Ouija
by Kiko Martinez

“You’ll get more scares walking through a high school haunted house run by the band booster.”

 Grade: D
John Wick John Wick
by Cody Villafana

“After a well-executed set-up, anything unique or higher-level gets lost in a blaze of bullets.”

 Grade: C
23 Blast 23 Blast
by Jerrod Kingery

“Indifferently lit, shot, written, directed and acted, the film looks and feels cheap. Store-brand.”

 Grade: D+
Fury Fury
by Cody Villafana

“Succeeds is in its character designs on a very general level and in its action sequences.”

 Grade: B-
The Book of Life The Book of Life
by Jerrod Kingery

“The movie is filler, which is a shame because the production design is strikingly unique.”

 Grade: C-
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible…Very Bad Day Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible…Very Bad Day
by Jerrod Kingery

“Avoids the usual pitfalls of these movies aimed at 10-year-old boys.”

 Grade: B-
Kill the Messenger Kill the Messenger
by Cody Villafana

“A mostly well-driven narrative and a great performance from Renner make this a story worth telling.”

 Grade: B
Gone Girl Gone Girl
by Jerrod Kingery

“A fantastic face-value thriller with enough twists and turns to remain completely unpredictable.”

 Grade: A-
The Good Lie The Good Lie
by Cody Villafana

“Underdeveloped. It opens a lot of storytelling threads, but fails to follow through with them.”

 Grade: C+
The Equalizer The Equalizer
by Jerrod Kingery

“Director Antoine Fuqua indulges in far too many subplots to keep the movie as brisk as it needed to be.”

 Grade: C
Love is Strange Love is Strange
by Kiko Martinez

“Actors John Lithgow and Alfred Molina’s chemistry is all the emotion the film needs.”

 Grade: B-
The Maze Runner The Maze Runner
by Jerrod Kingery

“Answers to the overarching questions lie in whatever sequels the box office take of this film warrant.”

 Grade: C
A Walk Among the Tombstones A Walk Among the Tombstones
by Cody Villafana

“A slow burn that takes far too long to ignite.”

 Grade: C+
Tusk Tusk
by Kiko Martinez

“There are hilarious moments and stomach-churning ones, but Smith is never really sure which are which.”

 Grade: C+
The Guest The Guest
by Kiko Martinez

“Its self-awareness and mischievously fun nature is what keeps the story moving forward.”

 Grade: B
The Drop The Drop
by Kiko Martinez

“A smart, seething production led by a striking performance by actor Tom Hardy.”

 Grade: B
The One I Love The One I Love
by Kiko Martinez

“A pair of convincing, double-duty performances from Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss.”

 Grade: B
The Identical The Identical
by Kiko Martinez

“Unintentionally hilarious. One of worst musicals ever made. An ignorant self-parody.”

 Grade: D-
The Trip to Italy The Trip to Italy
by Jerrod Kingery

“Like a meal you enjoyed before, they’re back, but the thrill of being new has worn off.”

 Grade: C+
Frank Frank
by Cody Villafana

“Has a certain sweet streak running through its veins and is an interesting look at mental illness.”

 Grade: B-
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Interviews

 
Dylan Baker – 23 Blast Dylan Baker – 23 Blast
by Kiko Martinez

“He wanted people to know a disabled person can make amazing things happen in their life.”

Bianca Santos – Ouija Bianca Santos – Ouija
by Kiko Martinez

“I’ve been warned enough growing up to know I shouldn’t mess with certain things like the supernatural.”

George Lopez – comedian George Lopez – comedian
by Kiko Martinez

“Instead of looking at it in a negative way, maybe look at it like I paved the way for other shows to be on TV.”

Steven Price – Fury Steven Price – Fury
by Kiko Martinez

“The greatest thing for me about the run of films I’m doing at the moment is that they’re all so different stylistically.”

Jason Reitman – Men, Women & Children Jason Reitman – Men, Women & Children
by Kiko Martinez

“I wanted to make a movie that was truthful about falling in love in 2014.”

Jorge Gutierrez & Kate del Castillo – The Book of Life Jorge Gutierrez & Kate del Castillo – The Book of Life
by Kiko Martinez

“I think the iconography of Dia de los Muertos is beautiful.”

Kevin Nealon – Laugh Lessons (AOL) Kevin Nealon – Laugh Lessons (AOL)
by Kiko Martinez

“A lot of the time it’s hard to tell who is more immature, the comics or the kids.”

Gabe Ibáñez – Autómata Gabe Ibáñez – Autómata
by Kiko Martinez

“I prefer movies that make you feel something, whether it’s a big movie or a small movie.”

Chelsea Handler – Uganda Be Kidding Me (Netflix) Chelsea Handler – Uganda Be Kidding Me (Netflix)
by Kiko Martinez

“We went on an educational trip and turned it into some sort of Spring Break safari.”

Miguel Arteta – Alexander and the…Very Bad Day Miguel Arteta – Alexander and the…Very Bad Day
by Kiko Martinez

“It’s always good to be challenged by doing something that is new to you.”

Adam Carolla – comedian Adam Carolla – comedian
by Kiko Martinez

“I would like to come out with a fragrance, but I would make it smell exactly like WD-40.”

Cristela Alonzo – Cristela (TV) Cristela Alonzo – Cristela (TV)
by Kiko Martinez

“I have been surprised with how much power they have let me have.”

Édgar Ramírez – The Liberator Édgar Ramírez – The Liberator
by Kiko Martinez

“[Simón Bolívar] was a brilliant mind in the body of a magnificent warrior.”

Tony Amendola – Annabelle Tony Amendola – Annabelle
by Kiko Martinez

“A film like this can’t just be about an eternal war between good and evil.”

Raphael Bob-Waksberg – BoJack Horseman (Netflix) Raphael Bob-Waksberg – BoJack Horseman (Netflix)
by Kiko Martinez

“There are no such things as happy or sad endings because life just keeps going.”

Linda Blair – Alamo City Comic Con Linda Blair – Alamo City Comic Con
by Kiko Martinez

“If you’re nasty, then maybe, just maybe, the Devil will come get you.”

Christina Ochoa – Matador (TV) Christina Ochoa – Matador (TV)
by Kiko Martinez

“There hasn’t been a Latin James Bond, so that’s what a show like this does.”

Genesis Rodriguez – Tusk Genesis Rodriguez – Tusk
by Kiko Martinez

“I started writing emails to my manager saying, ‘I need to be in this effin’ movie right now!'”

Dan Stevens – The Guest Dan Stevens – The Guest
by Kiko Martinez

“I was looking for something different. I didn’t think I would end up in something as batshit crazy as this.”

Charlie Paul – For No Good Reason (DVD) Charlie Paul – For No Good Reason (DVD)
by Kiko Martinez

“It’s like, however hard you try, the world will carry on without you.”

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