Written by: Aaron (Dobler) Goldstein. Follow along on twitter.


    “Hustlers” is a superficial fun female version of “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

    For all the chat about J Lo’s awesome performance, Constance Wu totally steals the pole…I mean show.

    Brittany Runs a Marathon

    For every step forward “Brittany Runs a Marathon” does for female rom-com leads, it takes a step backwards with an unfriendly “run” time that should’ve been completed in a half marathon’s timing.

    IT: Chapter Two

    “IT: Chapter 2” is the “Matrix 3” of horror sequels…

    Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw"

    “Hobbs and Shaw” is a fun combo of John Woo cheese and Michael Bay/Jerry Bruckheimer 90’s comedy action.*

    *This may or may not be because of the three White Claws consumed while watching it.

    Ready or Not

    Believe it or “not,” I was not “ready” for the macabre fun in one of the most entertaining genre pics of 2019: “Ready or Not.”

    Good Boys

    Even though “Good Boys” is not as smart nor as funny as “Book Smart,” it has more heart than “Eighth Grade.”

    Dora the Explorer

    The new “Dora the Explorer” flick is a fun “National Treasure” like adventure for kids and adults that Swiper should swipe right on.

    The Farewell

    “The Farewell” is a visual poem based on a true lie disguised as a character study.

    It can be distant at times, but when it’s over, audiences won’t want to say farewell to the characters that will stick with them long after the closing credits.

    Blinded by the Light

    “Blinded by the Light” is a “born to run” crowd-pleasing hit that is Gurinder Chadha’s best film to date.

    Yes, audiences have seen this generic concept countless times before, but they haven’t seen it with the duet of The Boss and a soulful performance by young Indian Jake Gyllenhaal (Viveik Kalra).