*Note: This needs to be a real movie. "Starving" college students can all go eat a steaming pile of ramen, this is a GoFundMe I could totally get behind. Okay, now back to the good part. By: Dan Torres John Krasinski’s “A Quite Place” is a very simple movie that is executed exceptionally well. … Continue reading A Quiet Place Review – A Nerd’s Take
By Matt Alexander Finally, the long-awaited superhero flick arrives just in time to not be around blockbuster season. Which is nice, because this movie is better than that. An impeccable story arc combining inter-tribal strife, isolationism, and global risk-taking occurs as Prince T’Challa becomes king of Wakanda. Charming jokes from Marvel this time fit the … Continue reading Black Panther Movie Review: They Struck Vibranium With This One!
Potential spoi --wait, who are we kidding... MAJOR SPOILERS!!!! Here are our 10 Thoughts on the new Star Wars film. 1. The music was great. It carried scenes that could have otherwise faltered. 2. Luke Island's deep dark evil place didn't really pay off. Not too evil. Mothers everywhere cringe at the thought of their … Continue reading 10 Thoughts On Star Wars: The Last Jedi (A Rey of Hope)
Day 3 By: Matt Alexander Remember that Tom Cruise movie that went by the same name as a series of Brendan Frasier movies? Well, it’s okay that you don’t. The former was made into an equally forgettable video game, but, just like all Tom Cruise movies, it’s worth a few hours to watch a miniature … Continue reading The Mummy: Demastered – Review
What's better than Tobey Maguire upside-down kissing Kirsten Dunst? A lot of things, really. But in a Spider-Man movie, playing off the character's rich cinematic and comic book history is hard to top. "Spider-Man: Homecoming" covers all the bases of the traditional story while offering many twists that keep the material interesting and relevant to … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming Review – In Before Curfew
We are in the middle of the NBA playoffs, and that means we are treated (or not) to a lot of the TNT crew. That means plenty of Charles Barkley. Love him or hate him, he has been one of the most recognizable NBA personalities of the past 3 decades. In recognition of his stellar … Continue reading Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden – is a thing?!
By: Matt Alexander Are you ready for another savage af teardown of semi-popular games? I don't care, that's what you're getting! Alien: Isolation- Crouch-walk through a giant spaceship as the distant relative of the real Ridley as you piece together an equally uninteresting backstory. Get mauled by human, android, and alien alike. 3/10 For Honor- … Continue reading Hot Takes Vol. 2: Popular Games That Destroy Your Faith In Democracy!
Editor's Note: We are bringing you a double feature here at BBYK. Two reviews for the new film, Logan. The first review contains some spoilers so beware. If you don't want any spoilers, head on down to the second review after the break. Spoiler Review By: Viet Doan Ever since the Dark Knight, every superhero … Continue reading Logan: Proving Adults Want Adult Entertainment!
By: Viet Doan This will be a two part review. The first part will focus mainly on the gameplay using the PSVR headset. The second part by Matt will get into more detail on the game itself, so if that is what you are here for, feel free to scroll on down. This will serve as … Continue reading Resident Evil 7 Review: So Much Nope It’s Dope!
Roger Murtaugh is too old for this sh*t. He's also not nearly white enough for that name, as he's played by the incomparable Danny Glover (last seen collecting them checks from Samsung). We quickly forgive and forget this oversight because of the holiday cheer. You know it's a Christmas movie because it starts with "Jingle … Continue reading Lethal Weapon: A Christmas Movie We Aren’t Too Old For!