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  • Hotel Artemis Movie (Review) no spoilers

    Posted Mon at 10:20 PM by Red Wulf

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    In the near future, 2028, the world has gone downhill and crime has risen. In Los Angeles, a man and his brother along with a team are trying to rob a bank. When they leave the bank, they have a run in with some police a Read More...

  • Tag- A fun movie about friendship! (Movie Review)

    Posted Mon at 9:49 PM by Red Wulf

    32 Views

    Tag, the fun game where you are It and need to Tag someone else to make them It. It is a fun kids game but the movie, Tag, is based on a group of friends who never stopped playing as they grew up. Getting together each y Read More...

  • Deadpool 2 Movie (Review) No spoilers

    Posted Jun 3 by Red Wulf

    99 Views

    Deadpool is back and he is bringing up a new team with him. Deadpool has a life-changing event where he loses his girl and tries to find his way back to her. Along the way, a mutant from the future, Cable, appears after Read More...

  • Upgrade Movie (Review)

    Posted Jun 3 by Red Wulf

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    Upgrade is a movie about a man, Grey, who gets into an accident. His wife is with him and gets killed by a group of men and Grey becomes paralyzed as a result. Shortly after he is offered a chip, Stem, that when implante Read More...

  • A Quiet Place (Review)

    Posted Apr 28 by Red Wulf

    61 Views

    The world is invaded by creatures that hunt you through sound. If you make a noise, they find you and kill you. A family scrounges for items to survive within this world, but their world is about to change.   &n Read More...

  • Avengers: Infinity War (Review) NO SPOILERS

    Posted Apr 28 by Red Wulf

    77 Views

    Thanos is on a mission to collect all the Infinity Stones to clear out the populace of the universe so he can rule. The Avengers come together to stand up against Thanos from getting all the stones and gaining the power Read More...

  • Ready Player One (Review)

    Posted Mar 31 by Red Wulf

    1 Like 134 Views

    Welcome to the future, where everything is crap and everyone who is anyone tries to escape into the OASIS. Within this culture, a young man by the name of Wade Watts is competing against everyone else in OASIS to gain th Read More...

  • Tomb Raider 2018 (Review)

    Posted Mar 26 by Red Wulf

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    Lara grew up with a strong bond with her father, but he left 7 years ago for an adventure and hasn't returned. As she goes about her daily life, she scrounges to make money even though she is faced to get her inheritance Read More...

  • Pacific Rim: Uprising (Review)

    Posted Mar 26 by Red Wulf

    131 Views

    Ten years have passed since the battle of the breach, former Jaeger pilot Jake Pentecost makes a living by stealing and selling Jaeger parts in California. While trying to steal parts, he meets a young girl who has built Read More...

  • Fullmetal Alchemist Live-Action (Review)

    Posted Feb 27 by David Borcher

    783 Views

    With the anime rated as one of the top of all time to see followed by equally as good brotherhood, let's dive into Fullmetal Alchemist Live-Action film and see how it stacks.     **Possible Spoilers Ahead* Read More...

  • Altered Carbon (Review)

    Posted Feb 20 by Alejandro Andreu

    129 Views

      Altered Carbon is a new cyberpunk show on Netflix and it's ready to show you some futuristic moments. This show brings a lot to the table with very little not to like. It's the beginning of the cyberpunk g Read More...

  • Bright Movie (Review)

    Posted Jan 28 by Alejandro Andreu

    265 Views

        Bright, a new movie out on Netflix that brings fantasy and urban city life together. For me, it was like an urban Shadowrun. This movie brings some interesting concepts together with its Training D Read More...

  • Justice League Movie (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Alejandro Andreu

    201 Views

        Justice League the movie has come and gone and here is my opinion about this movie. So let me start off by saying I have watched all the current DC movies and I have enjoyed the vision of wher Read More...

  • 1922: A Netflix movie (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    102 Views

    1922 is a movie based on a Stephen King Novella about a family that lives on a farm. The wife wants to move to the city and sell the farm but her husband wants to stay on the land instead. His wife threatens to leave and Read More...

  • Movie of the Year: Coco (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    241 Views

    A young boy, Miguel, goes to pursue his dreams after following the motto of his idol, Ernesto De La Cruz, which is "Seize the Moment." He goes to enter a contest of music on the eve of Dia de Los Muertos and ends up cros Read More...

  • Thor: Ragnarok (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    92 Views

    The God of Thunder returns, just in time to have prophecy dreams of his world Asgard falling to ruin. He does his best to stop Ragnarok from happening but ultimately, Hela, Goddess of Death is unleashed from her prison a Read More...

  • The LEGO Ninjago Movie (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    108 Views

    In the world of Ninjago, a teenage boy named Lloyd tries to make a name for himself by doing good. His challenge is that his dad is a supervillain that harasses the city constantly trying to take over, and Lloyd is secre Read More...

  • Happy Death Day! Time to die...yet again...(Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    60 Views

    Trea wakes up on her birthday in a strange dorm room after a rowdy night of drinking and having Sorority fun. Her day is pretty typical with going to class and meeting with her Sorority sisters. When night falls, she goe Read More...

  • IT 2017 (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    66 Views

    From book to made for TV mini-series to the big screen, It has been around for a long while, and it's not going away anytime soon.     An unknown creature sleeps in the Town of Derry, every 27 years it wak Read More...

  • The Golden Circle: Kingsman meet the Statesmen (Review)

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

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    How excited I was when I saw the Kingsman coming back to the big screen and seeing their amazing work as they thwart crazy baddies plans to rule the world.     Enter the crazy Poppy who wants to take over Read More...

  • Birth of the Dragon - (Review) A UGeek Must See!

    Posted Jan 27 by Red Wulf

    66 Views

    1960s San Francisco, Birth of the Dragon is a modern take on the epic and the still controversial showdown between a young Bruce Lee and the kung fu master Wong Jack Man. The battle that gave birth to the Legend of Bruce Read More...

  • The Hitman's Bodyguard

    Posted Jan 26 by Red Wulf

    59 Views

    The world's top protection agent is called upon to guard the life of his mortal enemy, one of the world's most notorious hitmen. The two have been chasing each other for years and now have to work together. The body guar Read More...

  • The Dark Tower Movie

    Posted Jan 26 by Red Wulf

    57 Views

    Once again, the book turned movie has hit again. The Dark Tower is based off a series of books written by Stephen King. The story follows a young boy who has a special gift that is seen as a mental disorder. He has dream Read More...

  • Valerian!

    Posted Jan 26 by Red Wulf

    80 Views

    Welcome to space and the future! Valerian and his partner Laureline go on an adventure in the city of a thousand planets to find out the threat that is growing inside the space station. The film is visually beautiful. Read More...

  • UGeek UGRe-view: Transformers: The Movie (‘86)

    Posted Jan 26 by jason auger

    54 Views

    Hi, UGeeks Orpax here with a new blog, The UGRe-viewwhere each week we will write a blog about a classic movie, anime or game from our past and see if it can stand the test of time or help you discover something new Read More...

  • "Spider-man Homecoming" Easter Eggs

    Posted Jan 26 by David Butler

    55 Views

    SPOILER ALERT Spider-Man Homecoming      With Spider-Man's move into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the character's first solo outing was bound to include plenty of fun nods to the other famo Read More...

  • Wonder Woman (Review)

    Posted Jan 26 by David Butler

    81 Views

              Starring Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, the wait is no more. The movie has finally hit the big screen with Patty Jenkin's stellar adaptation.      Gadot Read More...

  • Gambit Teaser 2018 Fan Made Video

    Posted Jan 26 by Alejandro Andreu

    50 Views

    This amazing fan-made teaser of Gambit could be a glimpse into what a Gambit movie could look like. What do you think UGeeks?    Re-posted from 6/27/17

  • "Spider-man Homecoming" Trailer 1 Breakdown

    Posted Jan 26 by David Butler

    56 Views

         Spider-Man is back again and this time, yet again, he is being played by another person. Tom Holland being a younger actor plays the much younger then we are all used to Peter Parker. This is a Read More...

  • All Eyes On Me (Review)

    Posted Jan 26 by David Butler

    81 Views

     SPOILER ALERT This is my first ever blog and I would love to know what all you guys think about it.        As everyone knows All Eyes On Me is finally in theaters. My love for Read More...

  • Alien: Covenant (Review)

    Posted Jan 25 by Alejandro Andreu

    65 Views

      Naturally being an Alien's fan I had to go see Alien: Covenant. Going into this movie I expected good but after it was done I was in shock on how much I enjoyed this movie and the storyline that will lead int Read More...

  • It's time for Baywatch!

    Posted Jan 25 by Red Wulf

    60 Views

    Old adaptations of movies, t.v. shows and books are being made every day. Sometimes Hollywood casts back a good number of years to pull up classics like Baywatch. A show about the life of beach lifeguards, and the drama Read More...

  • It's time to be a Guardian...of the Galaxy!

    Posted Jan 25 by Red Wulf

    76 Views

    So, in the beginning, there were two people who got together and made a beautiful baby Starlord. One was his mother, a human but who was his dad? Well, if you are ready for answers, then you are in for an out of this w Read More...

  • Kong Skull Island (Review)

    Posted Jan 25 by Alejandro Andreu

    65 Views

    So when I heard about another Kong movie, I wasn't too excited because of some of the previous workings. But I gave it a chance with a couple of my buddies and all I can say is holy freaking shit. This isn't& Read More...

  • There is a Ghost in the Shell

    Posted Jan 24 by Red Wulf

    76 Views

    So as an anime fan, naturally I was excited and skeptical about the live action remake of Ghost in the Shell starring Scarlett Johansson coming out. The remake DID change some things about as far as Makotos backstory Read More...

  • What is Life?

    Posted Jan 24 by Red Wulf

    61 Views

    Space. The final frontier, or is it? Life proves to be a sci-fi movie in space. There have been dozens before this one and dozens more after. Essenially, the movie is about life found on Mars but closer to home when a sp Read More...

  • Pet (Review)

    Posted Jan 24 by Alejandro Andreu

    75 Views

      So here is a movie very unique to its own. When you think you understand you really don't. And for that reason alone I loved it. Pet gives you a narrative that you think you understand almost all the way Read More...

  • Trolls (Review)

    Posted Jan 24 by Alejandro Andreu

    75 Views

      So going into this movie I didn't think too much about it. My little girls wanted to see it and so here we went and I was pleasantly surprised. Not only is Trolls such an amazing movies because Read More...

  • Train to Busan (Review)

    Posted Jan 24 by Alejandro Andreu

    61 Views

      So I'm not gonna lie I'm a pretty big zombie fan. Not just any zombie movies do it for me, though. But Train to Busan is unique in so many ways. My daughter and I watch the walking dead every yea Read More...

  • Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV (Review)

    Posted Jan 24 by Alejandro Andreu

    69 Views

      Ok so let me begin and say I'm a huge final fantasy fan. But when it has come to their movies not so much. The only final fantasy movie I did enjoy was Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. This time around Read More...

  • Suicide Squad (Review)

    Posted Jan 24 by Alejandro Andreu

    59 Views

      So I know there is a lot of hate for this movie. And I truly don't understand it but here we go. Suicide Squad is a movie that brings a lot of villains together for the sake of a government that wants Read More...

  • The Secret Life Of Pets (Review)

    Posted Jan 23 by Alejandro Andreu

    60 Views

    Ok so I went to see The Secret Life of Pets with my girls in a packed theater thinking I wouldn't enjoy this. But OMG my girls and I were laughing the whole way through the movie. Such an amazing story with awes Read More...

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Review)

    Posted Jan 23 by Alejandro Andreu

    54 Views

      Spoilers ahead   One year after their battle with the Shredder, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo, still live&n Read More...

  • Synchronicity (Review)

    Posted Jan 23 by Alejandro Andreu

    61 Views

    UMust Watch...Synchronicity     From the creators of The Signal (Sundance 2007) comes Synchronicity, a mind-bending 'Sci-fi Noir' in the tradition of Dark City, Blade Runner, and Alphaville. Read More...

  • Get out to see Get Out!

    Posted Jan 21 by Red Wulf

    93 Views

    As far as up and coming movies go, Get Out was kind of under the radar. I had seen the trailer when I went to see Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. From first look, the trailer was intriguing but also touched on a subjec Read More...

  • John Wick Chapter 2 (Review)

    Posted Jan 21 by Alejandro Andreu

    157 Views

    Went to go see John Wick "Chapter 2" with my father, and omg is all I can say. For of all this movie does so many things right. From the action using real life stunts to Keanu really showing his training in both hand t Read More...

  • Arrival (Review)

    Posted Jan 21 by Alejandro Andreu

    88 Views

    So I finally had the chance to see Arrival with my daughter. She and I are huge alien fans. And when I saw the trailer for Arrival I instantly thought of Contact the old alien movie from 1997. They seem a lot alike bei Read More...

  • The Lego Batman Movie, Stop Reading and Go See!

    Posted Jan 21 by Red Wulf

    152 Views

    The Lego Batman movie has landed and it is amazing as Lego movies has come to be expected to be. There is a lot of humor, it's action packed, and keeps your interest throughout the whole movie. The main premise of the Read More...

  • Split (Review)

    Posted Jan 20 by Alejandro Andreu

    1 Like 72 Views

    Spoiler Alert Ahead  So I came into this movie with open arms. Being a fan of M. Nights earlier workings. Well not all of his work, more like the first three or four movies he made. I wanted to give Split a chanc Read More...