Garrett

Review: Revenger (Garrett’s View)

A boring mash-up of 90’s plot and early 2000’s action.

Episode 75: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Garrett and Carson swing by to talk about Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Review: Roma (Garrett’s View)

For all of its filmmaking mastery, the story at its core always feels an arm’s length away.

Review: Blindspotting (Garrett’s View)

Blindspotting is a poignant generational film that will serve as a snapshot of these times and only grow in its relevance as the years pass.

Episode 74: 2018: Year in Review

Garrett and Carson recap all things 2018.

Review: The Favourite (Garrett’s View)

The Favourite is director Yorgos Lanthimos at his most subdued which results in a far more accessible film than his two previous.

Review: Bird Box (Garrett’s View)

Bird Box is a better take on M. Night Shyamalan’s The Happening but a far worse take on John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place.

Review: Vice (Garrett’s View)

Vice is like watching The Big Short solely from the perspective of the CEOs of the Wall Street banks that caused the crisis.

Review: Cam (Garrett’s View)

A Black Mirror-esque thriller that evokes more of an “oh, ok” response than a “wow!”

Review: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Garrett’s View)

The world of animation is where Spider-Man truly belongs. Into the Spider-Verse is unquestionably the best Spider-Man film to date and is the best animated film of 2018. And amazingly enough, should be in the discussion for best superhero film of all time.