Derek Fleek is an online movie critic and promoter of the site Popcorn Monsters. His favorite genres are horror (modern and classic), comedy horror, and occasionally a good drama. His favorite movie is Pulp Fiction and his favorite director is Quentin Tarantino. You can find more movie reviews at his website.
It deserves every blood-drenched bow as a courtesy from horror fans.
an unintentionally funny and overly serious look at the drug once dubbed in the 1930s as public enemy number one.
All its shortcomings are forgiven once in tune with its cornball, gag-show of hilarity.
The Boy In The Striped Pajamas is a highly recommended, if modestly executed, film.
It's disheartening, tiresome, and fails to resonate as a classic.
This 1975 Disney classic is pleasant enough to warrant a one-time viewing, especially if you grew up in the 70s.
Though it succeeds in its visuals, The Spirit’s dialog is generally misused, disposable, and lacking in emotional resonance.
Irresistibly cute, noticeably charming, and wholly entertaining.
Mike Leigh’s moderately improvised tale of Poppy is unbearably aggravating and one of the most overly-promoted films of 2008.
Lovable characters, handcrafted animation, morally replete fairy tale, and catchy award-winning music.