Years after the Vietnam War, legendary soldier John Rambo travels through a small town where he is wrongfully arrested and abused. Their assault triggers his PTSD, causing him to break free and flee into the forest. Rambo is pursued by the police who are unaware that he’s an expert in guerilla warfare.
An ill-fated fisherman and a young man with Down syndrome converge while on the run from distinctly different circumstances and come to form an unforgettable friendship in this charming southern adventure that leads them through the American frontier in pursuit of their dreams and a better life.
Quentin Tarantino treads treacherous waters in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by putting us right in the midst of the infamous Manson murders of 1969. In order to most clearly express my thoughts on the film, I have decided to talk about it at length, without restriction, in this spoiler-filled post.
After putting in plenty of years and two prior movies spent protecting the President, Secret Service member Mike Banning is up for promotion. However, after an assassination attempt on the President via drone strike, Banning takes the blame, and he’ll have to fight to clear his name.
Based on a true story about a down-on-his-luck Pakistani teenager named Javed living in Great Britain in the 1980s, who is in a social stranglehold by his strict father. Javed’s bleak outlook becomes changed completely after he is introduced to the music of the All-American legend, Bruce Springsteen.
It’s been 5 years since that tragically fateful night in Aurora, Colorado, when one man entered a sold-out movie theater armed with assortment of weapons and opened fire. It was the highest casualty count of any shooting attack in America, and all these years later, our gun control laws still fail us.