Rawlins Review: Lights Out

Starring: Teresa Palmer and others Review (*SPOILERS*): I didn’t expect too much from Lights Out. PG-13 horror movies are usually pretty lame and at a run time of just under an hour and a half, I wasn’t sure how much of balance there could have been between plot and scares. I was right to be […]

Rawlins Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Starring: John Goodman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead Review: I’ll start this review off by saying that I didn’t like the original Cloverfield movie. I can’t stand “found footage” movies. I just don’t like them. Any of them. However, 10 Cloverfield Lane isn’t a “found footage” movie so I figured I’d give it a shot. I’m […]

Rawlins Review: Regression

Starring: Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson Review: Regression started off like a pretty good movie. It had a dark, ominous tone. I like Ethan Hawke as an actor. Emma Watson is pretty hot. It seemed like it was going to be a solid movie about questioning one’s faith, the brutality of man, and the intricacies […]

Rawlins Review: Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad came out a couple weeks ago and was destroyed by critics. I’m not sure why. It wasn’t that bad. I do think it could’ve done with some tweaking, though. Inalso think Harley Quinn and Captain Boomerang need their own movies. Here are my top fove takeaways from the movie. *KAUTION: SPOILER ALERT* 1. […]

Until We Meet Again: Baseball Lessons

Choke up on the bat. Bend your knees. Tuck your chin. Squash the bug. Watch the ball hit the bat. Growing up, I loved to play baseball. Second base was my position and I was pretty good at it. I could throw, I could catch, and I was fast. My bane was batting. In baseball, […]