Erika Johnson

I'm a Data Analyst, from the land of Matthew McConaughey. I'm an avid movie-goer and love seeing films in theaters. My most recent favorite films are Good Time, Only Lovers Left Alive, TENET, and England is Mine. When I'm not at the movies, I'm either reading or watching obscene amount of true crime and historical documentaries.

Napoleon Review

REVIEW: Napoleon

Ridley Scott’s biopic Napoleon attempts to tell the story of Napoleon Bonaparte’s (Joaquin Phoenix) storied life. Napoleon rises to fame in France during the revolution and meets his love, Josephine (Vanessa Kirby). Josphine profoundly impacts his life and supports him through his eventual ascension as Emperor of France. The film speed runs through several years of …

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Dumb Money Review

REVIEW: Dumb Money

Dumb Money, based on the book, “The Antisocial Network” dramatizes the GameStop saga of 2020/2021, where r/WallStreetBets users, a group of retail investors, or “dumb money”, drive the price of the stock up to an excessive amount, causing a Wall Street meltdown. The film follows three distinct points of view – Keith Gill (Paul Dano), …

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Jules Review


Milton (Ben Kingsley) lives a monotonous, quiet life in a small town in rural Pennsylvania. He goes about his typical routine, watching the same television shows every evening, taking care of his garden, attending council meetings, and repeatedly calling his daughter, Denise (Zoe Winters). One evening, a UFO crashes into his garden, and no one …

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Mayhem Review

REVIEW – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Ninja Mayhem

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem introduces a new iteration of the Ninja Turtles. Splinter (Jackie Chan) has hidden the Turtle Bros from the world, hoping to shelter them from cruel humans. However, Leonardo (Nicolas Cantu), Donatello (Micah Abbey), Raphael (Brady Noon), and Michelangelo (Shamon Brown Jr) want to be normal teenagers and do teenage …

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Past Lives Review

REVIEW: Past Lives

Celine Song’s Past Lives follows the relationship between two childhood friends, Na Young/Nora (Greta Lee) and Hae Sung (Teo Yoo). As classmates, they compete for top marks in school and walk home together every day. This changes when Na Young’s family immigrates to Canada. Twelve years later, Na Young, now Nora, hunts Facebook for former …

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Black Knight Review

REVIEW: Black Knight

After toxic air pollution turns Korea into a desert wasteland, only 1 percent of the population survives. Using social status, the remaining citizens are segregated into separate living districts. Thirty years after the disaster, in 2071, people wear respirators to go outdoors and rely on deliverymen, or “knights,” to protect and deliver daily necessities like …

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65 Review


Sixty-five million years ago, Mills (Adam Driver) took a job as the pilot on a two-year-long exploratory mission so he could afford to pay for his daughter’s medical treatments. While on this mission, Mills’ ship runs into an uncharted asteroid belt, causing the ship to crash onto Earth, leaving Mills and a young passenger, Koa …

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Marlowe Review

REVIEW: Marlowe

Set in late 1930s Los Angeles, private detective Philip Marlowe (Liam Neeson) is hired to find the ex-lover of heiress Clare Cavendish (Diane Kruger), named Nico Peterson (Francois Arnaud). While on the job, Marlowe is pulled into a web of lies involving Clare’s mother, screen actress Dorothy Quincannon (Jessica Lange), club manager Floyd Hanson (Danny …

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Welcome to Chippendales Review

REVIEW: Welcome to Chippendales

Hulu/Disney+ miniseries, Welcome to Chippendales is a semi-biographical drama about the origin of Chippendales, and its founder, Somen “Steve” Banerjee (Kumail Nanjiani). The series starts in the 1970s where Indian immigrant Banerjee aspires to become a successful businessman and idolises people like Hugh Hefner. He tries various club ideas and meets Club Promoter Paul Snider …

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