The Burnettwork’s Millennial film critic, Omar, had a hard time getting into the story behind MANK. It looked great and had terrific performances but where did things fall short?
The Burnettwork’s Millennial film critic, Omar, compares the 80s comedy TRADING PLACES (with Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy) to screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s.
In his review of THE REF, our film critic, Omar, breaks down how Denis Leary delivers the laughs in this underwatched holiday treat.
A 21st century version of a classic “whodunnit” story, THE UNDOING is grounded with strong performances and a plot featuring unexpected twists and turns which eventually lead to a strong “must watch” recommendation.
In his review, Omar, a fellow Imagination Connoisseur with a passion for vintage films, tells us he found a lot to like in Guy Ritchie’s revival of THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. Unfortunately, a clear plot was not one of them …
Our roving reviewer, Omar, thinks the strong performances, intriguing artistic design and music makes Sylvie’s Love worth watching.