Review: THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE (2019)

Review: THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE (2019)

The Art of Self Defense is one of those “literally me” movies written about in this Last Movie Outpost article. It starts out as a cringe comedy about an awkward man in awkward social situations. It doesn’t necessarily toe that line, however. For this reason, we will...
Re-Review: BARBIE

Re-Review: BARBIE

The season of Barbie is over. The juxtaposition dream of a one-two punch at the theater of a whimsical movie based on the most popular doll of all time and a serious movie about the man who invented the atomic bomb has passed. Margot Robbie defaulted back to the girl...
Retro Review: STEELE JUSTICE (1987)

Retro Review: STEELE JUSTICE (1987)

Steele Justice (1987) is a Martin Kove action movie from 1987. It tried to ride the action movie wave of the time. Alas, Kove was not able to harness his Karate Kid cred and ascend to the heights of Arnold Schwarzenegger…or even Jeff Speakman, for that matter....
Review: GAIA (2021)

Review: GAIA (2021)

I never watched The Last of Us because I’m afraid of Pedro Pascal’s nose, but it seems to me that Gaia (2021) could be a prequel to the HBO series. Gaia is about South African versions of Gemma Arterton and Harold Perrineau, who work as forest rangers. They run into...
Bond On: THE SPY WHO LOVED ME

Bond On: THE SPY WHO LOVED ME

The false dawn of Lazenby was behind them. After Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, and Diamonds Are Forever, Roger Moore was in the role. Live And Let Die was a smash hit. Things were looking...