Film and Television Reviews

Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the scoop on upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classics.

First Man Theatrical Review
First Man   First Man Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  11/10/2018 11:43 EDT
Have you ever wondered what type of person it takes to want to travel into space?  Obviously, they need to be adventurous, brave, intelligent and strong both physically and mentally.  However, Astronauts are made up of a corps of unique individuals who all have their own strengths and weaknesses.  Now imagine what it must have taken ... Read More

A Star Is Born Theatrical Review
A Star Is Born   A Star Is Born Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  01/10/2018 16:09 EDT
An actress emerges from her shell…a new director proves his worth…a movie that entices all of the senses and emotions in one's body… A Star is Born and the fourth iteration of the movie may be the best one to date. The first film from 1937 starred Janet Gaynor (Sunrise) and Fredric March (The Best Years of Our Lives) and tells ... Read More

Night School Theatrical Review
Night School   Night School Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  27/09/2018 15:56 EDT
Summer is over, the Fall has begun.  Kids are back in school, learning and striving towards the goal of earning their High School Diplomas.  This achievement is a milestone in the lives of so many young people and seems to be a necessity in today's society to get almost any kind of job.  For those who drop out before they graduate, t... Read More

Small Foot Theatrical Review
Small Foot   Small Foot Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  26/09/2018 14:42 EDT
For years people have searched far and wide for the elusive Yeti/Bigfoot.  Some say it doesn't exist.  Others claim to have seen it.  What if it really does exist and believes WE humans are the fictional creatures?  Warner Bros. Animation brings this concept to life in their latest animated feature Small Foot. Set in the Himalay... Read More

Love, Gilda Theatrical Review
Love, Gilda   Love, Gilda Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  20/09/2018 15:48 EDT
Gilda Radner was born in Detroit Michigan in 1946. She lost her father to a brain tumor when she was 14 and dropped out of college to follow her boyfriend at the time to Canada.  There she became part of an acting troupe and eventually joined The Second City comedy troupe.  In 1974 she was part of the National Lampoon's Radio Hour alo... Read More

Peppermint Theatrical Review
Peppermint   Peppermint Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  06/09/2018 11:53 EDT
Seventeen years ago Jennifer Garner became a household when starred in the television series Alias. For five years audiences watched her play Sydney Bristow a double agent for the CIA and an agency called SD-6. During her time on the show, she became known for her action work and the physical expertise she displayed. This month an older, more ... Read More

Kin Theatrical Review
Kin   Kin Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  30/08/2018 10:19 EDT
What do you get when you cross a heartfelt family drama with some sci-fi, other dimensional action?  Well if you are first-time full-length feature Directors/writers Jonathan and John Baker (Bag Man) you end up with Lionsgate's latest theatrical release, Kin.  Reading the synopsis - Chased by a vengeful criminal, the feds and a gang o... Read More

Alpha Theatrical Review
Alpha   Alpha Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  16/08/2018 22:59 EDT
Every once in a while there comes a movie that tugs at your heartstrings and energizes your soul.  Alpha is such a movie. Directed by Albert Hughes (From Hell, Menace II Society) it tells a stunning tale of loss, friendship, and courage after a young boy Kodi Smit-McPhee (X-Men: Apocalypse) is left for dead by his tribe and has to find his way... Read More

Mile 22 Theatrical Review
Mile 22   Mile 22 Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  16/08/2018 12:00 EDT
It's a simple matter of "by the books" numbers.  Option one…diplomacy.  Option two…military.  Option three…Overwatch.  What, do you ask, is Overwatch?  They are the non-government sanctioned tactical team sent in to do the dirty work when all else fails.  They are the ones who use any... Read More

Crazy Rich Asians Theatrical Review
Crazy Rich Asians   Crazy Rich Asians Theatrical Review
(Allison Hazlett-Rose)  14/08/2018 20:37 EDT
It has been 25 years since there has been a major feature film starring an all-Asian cast and I'm sure there is some social commentary dialogue for the large gap in time between the two films.  1993's The Joy Luck Club is a dreary, serious drama about Asian culture, class discrepancies and honor while this year's Crazy Rich Asians ... Read More

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