So Quick Bites will be a new format I'll be doing in which I'll review a certain meal/dish rather than the whole restaurant experience. I believe this will be better for those who want to try something new, but prefer their recommendations bite sized. Luke's Lobster I visited Luke's Lobster inside the Aventura Mall, located … Continue reading Quick Bites: Shrimp Roll + Lobster Tail (Luke’s Lobster)
Ant-Man and The Wasp Review A bit of context: After seeing Ant-Man and the Wasp, I grabbed me a sandwich from a nearby restaurant, and got in my car to head home. Here I usually meditate on the movie's standouts and noteworthy points. When the movie is particularly bad I tend to recall their absurd … Continue reading Ant-Man and The Wasp Movie Review: Largely Forgettable
Here I talk about Paradise 24, to see if this place if really as amazing as it looks! Planning on going out tonight? Let's find out if this is a viable selection.
Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Quality! So the park has been closed down because humans have finally decided to react like humans despite letting the park open up in the first place. Jurassic World was built on an island with a dormant volcano that is now active. Most of the dinosaurs are still alive on … Continue reading Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Movie Review
The Incredibles 2 : Safe From Sequel-itis Greetings everyone, it's been talked about for quite a bit by now so let's dig into the 14-year awaited sequel, The Incredibles 2! The movie picks up where we left off from the previous movie and you better remember how it ended otherwise, tough cookies for you! The … Continue reading The Incredibles 2: Movie Review
We're here talking about another theater, seeing if this worth going to or passing up. I present to you, AMC Pompano Beach 18, formerly known as Muvico 18. I want to make that distinction because of I noticed one very visible flaw right off the bat.
Hereditary: The Real Horror is The Movie Itself Hereditary is a lovely example of a movie that envelopes the very best of the horror genre so masterfully, so effectively, that it ends up falling hard on its face while basking in its own radiance. The movie starts after the grandmother of a family dies, leaving … Continue reading Hereditary Movie Review: Disturbing, then Disappointed
I recall in the distant dystopian past of 2007, the beginning of the Bay Era which lasted a decade. Now after several movies directed by Michael Bay - an entity that I'm sure taught the universe how to, "big bang" - we finally have a new director giving transformers a shot. Travis Knight is at … Continue reading New Bumblebee Trailer Gives Us Hope
When I venture out to a movie theater, especially if it's for a blockbuster or highly anticipated film, I want more than just a big screen. I'm the type that will pay $20 a ticket to make sure that my seat is reserved, that the food and screens are above standard quality, and the atmosphere must be overwhelmingly comfortable. Others may be willing to spend as much, but rather not have a mundane viewing. I believe we've found a place to accommodate us both!
Jamie Foxx is Spawn! News broke recently as the geek fandom witnessed one of their iconic anti-hero franchise make a... interesting(?) comeback. ...But is That A Good Thing? Todd Mcfarlane, creator of Spawn, has finished his script for everyone's beloved hell-spawn. With the script completed, Mcfarlane's immediate first choice was none other than Jamie Foxx. … Continue reading Jamie Foxx is The New Spawn. Yay?