Baby Driver

Ansel Elgort stars as Baby, a getaway driver who works for a wealthy slimeball (Kevin Spacey). Baby is the best there is, as no cop can catch him and he’s never blown an assignment. His hearing impairment, a “hum in the drum,” makes him reliant on music to keep his rhythm sharp and daily life… Continue reading Baby Driver

Wonder Woman

Early into “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” a tell-all photograph surfaces, introducing us to Wonder Woman. More specifically, it’s a picture found by Bruce Wayne, proving the mystery woman he encountered, Diana Prince (played by Gal Gadot) is not only ageless but an Amazonian warrior who once had an adventure during World War I.… Continue reading Wonder Woman

All Eyez On Me

I’ve been waiting years for a definitive Tupac Shakur movie and it looks like I’ll just have to keep waiting. Shakur, my pick for the greatest rap artist who ever lived, died at the age of 25. His cadence was fierce and aggressive, while his lyrics were hard hitting but often playful and clever (“And… Continue reading All Eyez On Me

The Mummy

Tom Cruise isĀ  the king of summer movies. Just look at “Risky Business,” “Top Gun,” “Days of Thunder,” “Far & Away,” “The Firm,” “Minority Report,” “Collateral, “War of the Worlds,” “Tropic Thunder” and “Mission Impossible 1-5” if you don’t believe me. His image as an action hero movie star has overshadowed what a great, risk-taking… Continue reading The Mummy