It’s been 40 years and the Xenomorph keeps stealing our hearts! 

ALIEN 40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION LAUNCHES WITH SIX NEW TERRIFYING TALES FROM TONGAL’S EMERGING FAN FILMMAKERS 2019 is the 40thAnniversary of the suspenful horror film that created a genre I had never seen before with acid-bleeding Aliens and a strong female hero.  Twentieth Century Fox Film partnered with the global creative community of Tongal for die-hard talented fans to develop and produce […]

Avengers: Endgame Review | Cherry at the Movies SPOILER FREE

It’s the end of the MCU as we know it but the Avengers: Endgame brought old friends, cameos, call backs, laughter and a few sniffles My spoiler free review is keeping it vague on details but we all know Avengers: Infinity Wars ended on a snap. Of course MCU began in 2008 with Iron Man and for true comic book […]

Endgame: Prepare To Be Wowed

Of the 22 films in the MCU that began in 2008 with Iron Man, Endgame most embodies intimacy —  it is an intensely fulfilling ride that proves personal sacrifice is the true measure of heroism. Don’t expect a quintessential happy ending. Just prepare to be wowed. Endgame is packed with hysterically self-deprecating bits, tear jerkers, prolific matchups and genuinely shocking […]

Fast Color Review | Cherry at the Movies

Ruth is on the run from her past, her powers and to her family to fix what’s broken. It’s a dissolute barren landscape where water is the ultimate commodity and the power that Ruth has puts a target on her back. Fast Color is a quiet film focused on three generations of women (a child on the cusp of girlhood) who […]

Little Review | Cherry at the Movies

Jordan Sanders (Regina Hall) is the awkward smart little brown bullied girl all grown up that doesn’t take guff off anyone. Everyone is living in Jordan’s world from her browbeaten staff at the tech company she founded to the building valet. She’s constantly demanding treatment to make up from being ‘little’. When she barks at the wrong child Jordan wakes […]

Final day of the Indian Film Festival Los Angeles 2019

So many great films to choose from! It’s the 16th year of the 2019 Indian Film Festival Los Angeles bringing the opportunity to see films with Indian cast and creators to walk in the footsteps of their imagination. The closing night film is ‘The Odds’. The festival is at the Regal Cinema DTLA with comedy, drama and documentaries. ABOUT THE […]

The Tick S2 interview at Wondercon 2019

Season 2 is coming in HAWT SPOON! I fell in love with the tick back in the day as a comic book, than TV show and animated series. I was delighted when we got to meet the big blue galute again with Amazon Studios collaborated with Ben Edlund and Barry Josephson on a new darker comedy series.  I attended Wondercon 2019 […]

Just Say The Word

DC’s “Shazam!” Isn’t Perfect, But is a Welcome Addition to the Pantheon of Superhero Flicks Flobo Boyce, Guest Review If there was one thing fans were feeling after the first two trailers of “Shazam” appeared, it was cautious optimism. Sure, the David F. Sandberg directed film looked entertaining enough, but the specters of past DC properties hung in the air. […]

Dumbo Geek Review

Dumbo will make you believe an elephant can fly! I went to see Dumbo with mixed emotions. I haven’t seen Dumbo since I was a little kid so remember the big parts of his being separated from his mother and being able to fly but that was about it. I appreciate the talent of Tim Burton but I find his […]

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