The 355 (2022) Movie Review

When Simon Kinberg directed and released Dark PhoeniX three years ago, it was seen as a ginormously weak sendoff for the X-Men franchise, if it ends up a sendoff at all. It was definitely inferior to Logan by a mile, but I didn't find it that bad. I actually gave it a B. I found... Continue Reading →

Sanctuary by Caryn Lix Book Review

I truly do not understand why prison escape fiction is so rare. While if you don't have an outside point of view you may have a small claustrophobic setting, escaping from jail and running from the cops is a suspenseful, odds-against-you storyline that's so inviting for the roller coaster ride it's no wonder the public... Continue Reading →

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown Book Review

I ended up reading the illustrated/photographed edition of this book, something which majorly contributed to my enjoyment or fascination. I'm not completely sure I'd have given this book the same grade if it weren't for the photos of real-life old paintings, ruins, museums, fields and sights that show up helping us feel we're there even... Continue Reading →

Dune (2021) Movie Review

After I got through this star-studded but vacuous 150 minute sci-fi monster, I found myself on a quest of my own, to find out why this has gotten such critical acclaim from seemingly everybody but moi. I felt something was just wrong with me and I couldn't keep reviewing until I did some investigating to... Continue Reading →

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