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Amari is the founder, owner, editor, and head writer, handles web design, is a jack of all trades, and is a master of a few things. He has been writing reviews since 2010 and operating a website since the summer of 2012. He also oversees the contributors and writers for the website and collaborates with them regarding what will be covered.

Background & Experience

Amari has spent most of his life fascinated with media. He was there whether it was books, television, movies, or live performances if something was engaging, thought-provoking, or emotionally stirring. This made opportunities to volunteer at film festivals, take part in a student film in college, and even get invited to write about “The Wonder Egg Project” all fuel for his passion for all things media. 


Amari holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Thomas Edison State University, focusing on Media and Communications Theory.

  • Kill (2024)
    “Kill” may seem like your straight forward beat em’ up, but it provides so much more than that, to the point of putting all action films released after it on notice.
  • Kill You Lover (2024)
    In “Kill Your Lover,” we get a literal depiction of a toxic relationship as a couple finds themselves at a crossroad with one wanting to work things out and the other wanting to leave.
  • The Sintern (2024)
    A young woman investigates a church whose pastor may have killed her mom.
  • Interview With The Vampire: Season 2 Episode 6 – Review/ Recap
    As always for Claudia, just when it seems she may have a reason to be happy, her joy is snatched right from her, and it’s always thanks to another vampire.
  • Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation: Season 2 Episode 22 – Review/ Recap
    As Rudy and Paul finally catch a glimpse of what may be Zenith, they are met with a Hydra whose power for Rudy may only be second to Orsted.
  • The Chi: Season 6 Episode 14 – Review/ Recap
    As “The Chi” continues to test how big of a cast can it have before it cannot handle keeping up with so many characters, Alicia begins to pull weight to position herself as Douda’s successor.
  • Swimming Home (2024)
    Starring MacKenzie Davis and Christopher Abbott, between them we watch a increasingly estranged couple, potentially towards the end of their relationship, try to enjoy a vacation featuring a young woman enamored by Abbott’s character.
  • All That We Love (2024)
    Starring Margaret Cho and Kenneth Choi, in “All That We Love,“ we watch as an estranged ex husband and father with the best/worst timing, tries to reconcile with his ex wife and daughter.
  • Sacramento (2024)
    As two long time friends, deal with how they have become estranged, one is dealing with the weight of pending fatherhood, which is leading them to become an anxious mess.
  • A Better Paradise: Volume 1 (An Aftermath) Episode 1 – Review/ Recap
    As Dan Houser, of “Grand Theft Auto” fame embarks on a new venture, we’re introduced to “A Better Paradise,” which is a sci-fi tale of a world slowly but surely becoming a dystopia.
  • The Wasp (2024)
    Starring Natalie Dormer and Naomi Harris, prepare for twists, reveals, and a shocking ending that reminds you the writing needs to match the performances for any surprises to work.
  • She Loved Blossoms More (2024)
    Three brothers, mourning their mother, are tasked with creating a machine that could bring her back. However, as they make progress, things and people end up sacrificed.
  • #AMFAD: All My Friends Are Dead (2024)
    Friends with secrets and drama between them begin to get killed off right before an infamous music festival.
  • Don’t You Let Me Go (2024)
    After her best friend’s wake, a woman travels back to a weekend they shared to relive experiencing her friend one last time.
  • A Mistake (2024)
    Starring Elizabeth Banks, we watch as a doctor handles the death of a patient from her protégé’s guilt, the administration’s desire to lessen the blow, to parents who just want answers.
  • Interview With The Vampire: Season 2 Episode 5 – Review/ Recap
    Daniel pauses the story’s progression of what happened in Paris, and shifts gears to talk about San Francisco, especially with Armand away.
  • Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation: Season 2 Episode 21 – Review/ Recap
    As Roxy and Rudy get reacquainted, feelings bubble up and distract Rudy as the search for Zenith continues.
  • The Other, Gold (2024)
    In a multi week spanning movie, Farrah tries to navigate her feelings and frustrations as another wave of COVID hits, as well as the realization some of her relationships might be over.
  • Some Rain Must Fall (2024)
    Starring Yu Aier, a housewife slowly watches her world fall apart and finds herself in constant search for something to grab onto that will hold her up.
  • Winter Spring Summer or Fall (2024)
    Starring Jenna Ortega and Percy Hynes White known for “Wednesday”, in this Tribeca Film Festival release, the two are seniors unsure of where their relationship could or should go.
  • Incision (2024) Movie Review
    “Incision” seems to forget to give you reasons to get invested, beyond familiar faces and the assumed empathy for people being victimized.
  • The Chi: Season 6 Episode 13 – Review/ Recap
    As some familiar faces and new faces are introduced, so comes the question if they will add to “The Chi” or make it so bloated it affects the center stage stories?
  • Love Kills (2024) Movie Review
    “Love Kills” loses its luster as you figure out it is using sex and violence to compensate for a lackluster story.
  • Guy Friends (2024) Movie Review
    In “Guy Friends,” a young woman discovers, despite thinking she is a guy’s girl, she’s really just someone multiple guys are waiting for their chance with – and they all make a move when her relationship goes awry.
  • The Young Wife (2024) Movie Review
    At times feeling like a visual album, “The Young Wife” delivers both the anxiety and sense of overstimulation that can come when two worlds collide via marriage – especially when there are unresolved issues.
  • Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation: Season 2 Episode 20 – Review/ Recap
    Multiple reunions make this a heartfelt episode but don’t expect the final reunion to be with Zenith.
  • Interview With The Vampire: Season 2 Episode 4 – Review/ Recap
    As Santiago grows jealous and causes discord, Claudia clings to what little she has to avoid throwing herself into the fire.
  • My Old Ass (2024) Movie Review
    Megan Park delivers another coming-of-age story, but this one focuses on a young woman meeting herself in the future and questioning the sexuality she thought she was firm in.
  • The Chi: Season 6 Episode 12 – Review/ Recap
    As the beginning of the end may come for Victor, Papa too seems ready for his chance to fly too close to the sun. All the while, Emmett struggles with making deals with new devils, hoping to get the old ones off his back.
  • Close To You (2024) – Movie Review
    Starring Elliot Page, known for “The Umbrella Academy”, in this NewFest Pride release, Page plays a transman returning home for the first time in 4 years since transitioning and dealing with their friends and family awkwardly trying to reintegrate back into his life.
  • RSVP (2024) Movie Review
    Starring Natasha Marc and Robert Ri’Chard, in this BET+ release, a man decides to get revenge for his fallen wife, and you’re sadly left taking his word due to a lack of character development.
  • The Good Doctor: Season 7 Review
    In its final season, “The Good Doctor” tries to end things on a high note but continues to commit to many of its flaws or trips in its pursuit to leave a lasting impression.
  • The Ms. Pat Show: Season 4 Review
    “The Ms. Pat Show” continues to blur the lines between being a sitcom and drama as it gives its live and at-home audience what feels like a top-notch play.
  • Interview With The Vampire: Season 2 Episode 3 – Review/ Recap
    Armand’s past with Lestat is explored as Claudia pays her dues at the Theater of Vampires and Louis makes things bad for himself.
  • Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation: Season 2 Episode 19 – Review/ Recap
    Rudy and Elinalise begin their journey to rescue Zenith, and you’re led to wonder if you should worry about it being too easy?
  • I Don’t Know Who You Are (2024) Movie Review
    Starring Mark Clennon, based on the experience of director, writer, and editor M.H. Murray, in this theatrical release, we experience the aftermath of a man being assaulted.
  • The Chi: Season 6 Episode 11 – Review/ Recap
    “The Chi” continues to bring in new characters, who seemingly will fit in well, as it pushes to develop its non-romantic relationships.
  • Hit Man (2024) Movie Review
    Starring Glen Powell, known for the recent hit “Anyone But You”, in this Netflix release, he plays an everyday guy thrust to pretend to be a hitman for the New Orleans Police Department in a movie based on a real person.
  • The Good Doctor: Season 7 Episode 10 – Review/ Recap [Series Finale]
    In “The Good Doctor” series finale, it is do or die when it comes to Dr. Glassman and Claire, and a ten-year time jump reveals the results.

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