Ron Howard’s Han Solo: A Star Wars Story is the most anticipated film in the series, is here and it is a wild ride. Solo opens on the planet Corellia where children are forced into a life of crime. Anxious to leave this wretched life, Han (Allen Ehrenreich) and Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) have launched a daring plan to barter vile of Coaxium hyper fuel in exchange for passage off the planet.  Their plan leads them on a high-speed chase through the streets of Corellia in a stolen speeder barely escaping Lady Proxima (Linda Hunt) and her goons.  Eventually, they are separated while trying to pass through one of several checkpoints at the terminal.  Han vows to come back to save Qi’ra once he gets a ship.           The adventures really begin when Han and Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) meet and team up with smuggler/thief Tobias Beckett (Woody Harrelson) his girlfriend Val (Thandie Newton) and Rio (Jon Favreau). The rag-tag team plan to heist a shipment of the precious Coaxium, but things don’t g…
Avengers: Infinity War Review 
    The days of post-credits and minor glimpses of Thanos has ended. The Russo brothers have finally brought the Mad Titian to do battle in Avengers: Infinity War and it is every bit of epic awesomeness we waited for!     Infinity War starts off with a bang!  There is no slow build-up to the first battle scene, nope not here. We see Thanos (Josh Brolin), standing over the bodies of refugee Asgardians from Thor: Ragnarok, already in possession of the power stone. He has Thor in a head lock with just two fingers, he then turns to Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and asks for the space stone.  At the same time, the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) comes out of nowhere and proceeds to Hulk Smash.  Well you know that didn’t go well.  It went so wrong that the next time we see the Hulk; he has crash landed into the New York Sanctum Sanctorum where he meets Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). Seeing this, Loki hands over the space stone.
Down on earth, since we last saw the Avenger…
Rampage Review
Brad Peyton’s entertaining and action-packed adaptation of the 1980’s arcade game Rampage hits the big screen with a familiar path of destruction we have seen many times before.  Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) is an ex-Army special op turned primatologist who trains gorillas in the wildlife sanctuary of the Wyoming Zoo.  Davis is especially close to George, an albino gorilla whom he saved from poachers as a baby and raised. Together they have an unshakable bond that can only be described as brotherly.  This bond is put to the test when a genetic experiment crashes into the wildlife sanctuary and its mysterious green mist infects George giving him increased strength and he has increased in weight and height and unpredictable fits of rage.  Davis doesn’t know what happened to his gentle buddy, but he is trying to keep the incident quiet because if it got out, George will put be down. 
Meanwhile, Kate Caldwell (Naomie Harris), a discredited genetic engineer, and former ge…
A Quiet Place:

John Krasinski’s thriller, A Quiet Place is a breath of fresh air to the genre, but it leaves you with more questions than answers.     In a post-apocalyptic future, the world is quiet. Other than nature, there is NO sounds/noise. No cars, buses, music, talking, singing, laughing etc., because if it were, the strange alien creatures who hunt by sound, will kill you. This is the tone of the entire movie. The story opens up with the Abbott family tip-toeing around a general store looking for food, supplies but mostly for medicine for Marcus (Noah Jupe) who is sick. Then you see the youngest brother Beau (Cade Woodward) drawing a rocket on the floor and his older sister Regan (Millicent Simmonds), who is deaf, watching. He later finds a toy rocket to bring home to play with.  As the family prepares to leave, Lee (John Krasinski) sees the toy rocket little Beau has in hand and speaking through sign language, quickly took the batteries out of the toy and told him it would…
Blockers review: Kay Cannon’s Blockers is a sexual charged raunchy coming of age comedy that will have you on the floor laughing your butt off! Julie (Kathryn Newton), Kayla (Geraldine Viswanathan) and Sam (Gideon Adlon) have been friends ever since elementary school and now, its prom night.  Julie tells her besties she decided it was time for her and cutie boyfriend Austin (Graham Phillips) to go all the way and what better time to lose her virginity than prom night. Kayla, the outspoken athletic one of the crew, thinks that is a great idea and also states that she will lose her virginity to her date Connor (Miles Robbins). Not wanting to be left out, or to show her true self, Sam reluctantly joins in and states she will do the same with Chad (Jimmy Bellinger).  The girls have now agreed that #Sexpact2018 is a go!
Later that evening Julie’s mom Lisa overprotective, single mom Lisa (Leslie Mann), throws a pre-prom party for the kids and their dates.  Kayla and Connor, Sam and Chad …
Pacific Rim: Uprising

Steven DeKnight’s Pacific Rim: Uprising is a promising sequel with amazing special effects that fell flat on its face like a punch from a Rock’em Sock’em robot with bad actor chemistry and a non-existent storyline.  Uprising takes place ten years after Staker Pentecost (Iris Elba) sacrificed himself to close the breach and end the envision by the Precursors.  His son, Jake (John Boyega) who was once a member of the Pan Pacific Defense Corps (PPDC), is now living the high life as a scavenger in what used to be Puerto Rico and could care less what is going on in the world.  Jake is particularly good at getting things that other scavengers can’t. Especially, parts of decommissioned Jaegers for those who want to build their own bootlegged version.  While scavenging parts in a nearby jaeger graveyard, Jake crosses paths with Amara (Cailee Spaeny), a spunky, mouthy and intelligent young girl who is also there to get parts to finish building her own Jaeger. The two ar…