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Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the critical reviews off upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classsics from our critics Tomatometer-Approved Critic, Allison Rose.


 
Wrath of Man   Wrath of Man Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  5/6/2021 7:07 PM EST
If hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, what must wrath of man look like?  If you ask Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes), it looks a lot like a very angry Jason Statham (The Transporter Series).  Well… let's face it, how often do we see Statham happy in a movie?  It is a rare occasion indeed and in MGM Pictures Wrath of Man,... Read More

Limbo   Limbo Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  4/29/2021 3:48 PM EST
We have all heard the expression, "being in limbo" and I'm sure many of us have experienced the unpleasant sensation ourselves on at least one occasion.  But what does it actually mean?  Well, if one was to look up the definition of the word limbo, they would find the following: an uncertain period of awaiting a decision or reso... Read More

Mortal Kombat   Mortal Kombat Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  4/23/2021 7:27 AM EST
It has been almost thirty years since Midway Games introduced Mortal Kombat to the world of video games, first as an arcade game, then as a personal home video game (currently on its 11th version), and eventually branching out to comic books, animated shows, and live-action feature films.  The first feature film, premiering in 1995, is not onl... Read More

Voyagers   Voyagers Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  4/8/2021 6:30 PM EST
If one wanted to try and modernize a classic novel that has been read and dissected by high school English classes all over the country, what book should it be and how would one go about updating it for movie theater audiences? Enter Voyagers…essentially, Lord of the Flies in space, with teens of both sexes sailing along through the darkness... Read More

Godzilla vs Kong   Godzilla vs Kong Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  3/29/2021 12:00 PM EST
It is the age-old battle… predator vs. prey, man vs. beast, lizard vs. ape, or more precisely Godzilla vs. Kong.  In the world of filmdom, the latter predates the former by twenty-one years.  However, the debate as to which creature would win in a fight has raged on three times along.  Of course, this month's feature film ... Read More

Nobody   Nobody Theatrical Review
(Alyn Darnay)  3/25/2021 4:24 PM EST
This film is like turning over a rock, you never know what's underneath until it's seen. That's the great joy in this film; only you can probably guess what's coming from the first scene when a battered Bob Odenkirk is sitting in an interrogation room feeding a stray cat. It's a beautifully constructed sequence that leaves the possibilities wide op... Read More

Nobody   Nobody Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  3/22/2021 9:20 PM EST
Have you ever felt as if your life was mundane and monotonous?  Have you felt invisible or expendable around your family and friends?  Have you ever been ignored at work?  Nothing exciting ever happens? You live the same routine day in and day out with nothing thrilling ever happening?  You're caught in a rut?  A Hamster ru... Read More

The Courier   The Courier Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  3/18/2021 8:22 PM EST
The world has been in an arms race since before World War II.  By 1960, The United States and the Soviet Union were front and center as both countries boasted nuclear weapons at their disposal. The "Cold War" was in full effect and spies from the U.S., Britain, Soviet Union, etc. were working to gather as much information about their... Read More

Boogie   Boogie Theatrical Review
(Allison Skornick-Rose)  3/8/2021 8:33 PM EST
Through the years there have been tons of sports-related movies. Football, baseball, hockey, basketball…you name it, it has probably been done.  Heck, there is even a movie about bobsledding. So, when another sports film heads to theaters, you have to wonder what makes it different from all the rest?  The latest endeavor, distribut... Read More

Coming 2 America   Coming 2 America Theatrical Review
(Alyn Darnay)  3/4/2021 3:27 PM EST
Let's get this out of the way right from the beginning; I thoroughly enjoyed this film. It's fun, as only Eddie Murphy can deliver it, it's nostalgic, conjuring up the magic the first film brought to us back in the late '80s, and it sticks to its original themes of love, family, and tradition. It's still the acceptable Cinderella story for our mode... Read More

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