Category: TheRalphReview

TheRalphReview: Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge (2016). Directed by Mel Gibson. Screenplay by Andrew Knight & Robert Schenkkan. Starring Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths, & Vince Vaughn.  I just got through watching Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge, and I gotta say, it was one of...

TheRalphReview: Silenced. Our War on Free Speech

A couple days before the election, I watched Mike Cernovich’s Kickstarter-funded project, Silenced. Our War on Free Speech (written and directed by Loren Feldman). I was originally going to have this review up much sooner, but as you know, Trump won and I’ve been spending most...

My Review of The Red Pill Review Will be Posted October 6th

Last night, I had the chance to watch a review copy of The Red Pill. Due to an embargo, I can’t post my official review until October 6th. I have no problem with this restriction, even thought I have a lot to say about the...

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TheRalphReview: Bernie Sanders Sells Out at DNC 2016

OK, so I’m going to do something a little bit different. I talked a lot about the Republican National Convention last week but I didn’t write as much as I had originally planned. Let’s make up for that during the Democratic convention taking place this...

The Force Awakens is a Great Movie. Who Cares About Politics?

I was going to do a regular RalphReview of The Force Awakens, but with all the various warring factions picking apart the politics of the filmmakers and the “hidden messages” in the film, I figured it was time for me to switch it up and...

TheRalphReview: Creed

Creed (2015). Directed by Ryan Coogler. Screenplay by Ryan Coogler & Aaron Covington. Starring: Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson, Phylicia Rashad, and Tony Bellew. Produced by Chartoff-Winkler Productions & New Line Cinema. Distributed by MGM.  Last weekend, I watched Creed. Then, I came here and...

TheRalphReview: American Milo

I just got through watching a short film on the man I call Master: Milo Yiannopoulos. The name of the movie is American Milo, and it was the work of Loren Feldman (1938 Media). I’m not sure what the 1938 part of his company name stands...

TheRalphReview: Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno

The Green Inferno (2013 TIFF, 2015 wide release). Directed by Eli Roth. Written by Eli Roth & Guillermo Amoedo. Starring:  Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, & Sky Ferreira. Produced by Worldview Entertainment, Dragonfly Entertainment, & Sobras International Pictures. Distributed by Blumhouse Tilt & Universal Pictures. Yesterday, I streamed The Green Inferno with Co-Host...

TheRalphReview: Jurassic World

I went to see Jurassic World today. Like almost anyone else my age (29), I was a huge fan of the original movie, Jurassic Park. The sequels didn’t do that much for me, but that first one will always have a special place in my...

TheRalphReview: San Andreas

I’ve been a big fan of The Rock ever since I was a young adolescent repeating his WWF WWE catchphrases ad nauseam. Without him in the lead, I probably wouldn’t have went to see San Andreas. It’s not the type of heavy flick that’ll win...

TheRalphReview: Mad Max: Fury Road

(Spoilers ahead, of course) I was going to review the new Avengers movie last weekend, but I decided to wait and do Mad Max: Fury Road tonight instead. I enjoyed Age of Ultron a lot, and thought it was just a shade or two below the...

TheRalphReview: American Sniper

American Sniper (2014). Directed by Clint Eastwood. Starring: Bradley Cooper & Sienna Miller. Based on the book “American Sniper” by Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen, & James Defelice. Distributed by Warner Bros. Nominated for Six Academy Awards, including: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, & Best Adapted...