A Bad Moms Christmas- Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Nov 17, 2017 - 10:52:16 AM
One of the taglines for this movie: Celebrate The Holidays Like A
Mother. Three women who feel under-appreciated and over-burdened by
their families decide to rebel against the challenges and expectations
thrust open them during the winter holiday season. As they try to
redefine how to make the holidays special for their families, they must
also host and entertain their own mothers and hopefully discover a way
to mature their relationship...
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween: Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Nov 16, 2017 - 2:38:12 PM
When a young woman in high school decides to attend a frat party on
Halloween in an area with a violent past, it is up to her grand aunt and
friends to keep her out of trouble. During the course of the night as
party-goers continue to go missing, everyone finds themselves believing
in the legend of the haunted camp grounds.
Madea is the most
outspoken leader of a group of seniors that includes her brother Joe and
friends Hattie & Aunt Bam who all end up working together to try
and keep her grand niece safe...
Happy Death Day: Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 29, 2017 - 5:20:10 PM
The tagline for this movie: Get up. Live Your Day. Get Killed. Again. A
self absorbed college student must relive her birthday over and over
again as it is also the day that she dies. The tagline for this movie:
Get up. Live Your Day. Get Killed. Again. A self absorbed college
student must relive her birthday over and over again as it is also the
day that she dies. The tagline for this movie: Get up. Live Your Day.
Get Killed. Again. A self absorbed college student must relive her
birthday over and over again as it is also the day that she dies. The
loop will end only after she discovers her killer’s identity but each
day she gets weaker.
Theresa ‘Tree’ Gelbman is a college student
living in her sorority house who finds herself in a time loop on the day
that she dies and decides to find out who is killing her with the hope
of stopping it.
Stranger Things (Season 2): Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 29, 2017 - 9:00:23 AM
The second season immerses us in the mythology of the creatures from the
netherworld and the young people in our world who must fight against
Stranger Things (Season 2)
One of the taglines for this
season of the series: It Only Gets Stranger. A year after odd events
occurred in a small town, a small group of residents of varying ages
with knowledge related to it must band together to combat greater
threats from a parallel dimension...
Flatliners (2017): Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 28, 2017 - 11:57:48 PM
One of the taglines for this movie: You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Died.
When five students of medicine embark on a daring experiment to map
electrical activity in the human brain for a time period after death, it
becomes a life altering experience for those who go through with it.
However, problems soon arise for those who have survived the process and
now they must each figure out a way to put an end to the threat they
have invited into their lives.
Courtney Holmes is a promising med
student looking to use an unused backup basement of the hospital she is
learning at, to find out what the brain goes through just minutes
following death. Sophia is a pressured medical school student looking to
do what ever is necessary to show her overbearing mother that she has
what it takes to be a doctor...
Flatliners (1990): Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 27, 2017 - 4:02:37 PM
Some Lines Shouldn’t Be Crossed
medical students concoct a plan to experiment with near death
experiences through temporarily stopping brain activity for different
lengths of time before being resuscitated. Some of them go through the
process, but after the experiment is deemed a success a frightening
side-effect could cost them everything in their present as their past
comes back with a vengeance.
Nelson Wright is a brilliant medical
student convinced that he can unlock the secrets of the hereafter with
the help of his medical school friends and some borrowed hospital
American Made: Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 27, 2017 - 11:35:46 AM
One of the taglines for this movie: The CIA. The White House. Pablo
Escobar. One Man Played Them All. A former commercial airline pilot
becomes a gun runner for a government’s clandestine operation that would
lead to him working as a drug smuggler for a notorious cartel. As he is
forced to pull double duty for two opposing forces, he must maintain a
public image as a legitimate businessman in the town his family resides
Seal is a former Trans World Airlines pilot hired by the C.I.A. to fly
missions to Central & South America and ended up becoming a drug
smuggler for the Medellin Cartel...
The Foreigner: Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 26, 2017 - 12:09:03 PM
The tagline for this movie: Never Push A Good Man Too Far. A
restaurateur with a long-buried past begins a vendetta when his teenage
daughter is killed in a senseless act of terrorism. As he searches for
the identity of the terrorists, he is brought into conflict with a
government official whose own past may link him to the elusive political
Ngoc Minh Quan is a restaurant owner in London
who happens to be a former special forces operator during the Vietnam
War looking for revenge on the people responsible for the death of his
American Assassin: Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 24, 2017 - 2:00:58 PM
A recruit for a government intelligence agency is
enlisted by the agency’s deputy director with his mentor to investigate a
wave of attacks on military and civilian targets. When the three
decipher a pattern in the violence they must team with a local agent in a
foreign country to stop an enigmatic operative bent on inciting a new
Mitch Rapp is seeking vengeance for the death of his
girlfriend due to a terror attack and becomes a new recruit for a black
ops unit in the C.I.A. with the codename Orion. Irene Kennedy is Deputy
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency who has offered Mitch a
chance to work for the Orion unit...
Geostorm - Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 22, 2017 - 6:25:26 PM
Heaven Forbid Those Same Things Should Ever Control Us.
The satellite designer behind a global climate control system must race
to stop a planet wide weather catastrophe. It will take two teams, one
on the space station and one on the planet, to save the world from
Jake Lawson is a former space station
commander hired to fix a malfunction on the climate control system of
Batman vs. Two-Face - Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Oct 21, 2017 - 6:20:50 PM
The tagline for this movie: Everyone Must Face Their Demons. When a
crime wave hits a city, it is up to two masked vigilantes to figure out
who is behind the increase in criminal activity and why. As the duo find
clues to who the mastermind is, they must try to make sense of how it
is at all possible when the evidence points to someone who was cured of
Bruce Wayne is the rich playboy businessman who has a
secret crime fighting life as Batman and must now confront the fact
that his best friend is the mastermind behind the current crime wave in
Sharon Turner: I’m Grand Bahamian & I support assisting Dominica’s storm victims
- Oct 1, 2017 - 1:29:37 PM
Personally, I have no problem with us assisting the
children of Dominica. I do not believe that providing help to those in
need will suddenly make us destitute or less able to be helped, and I
live in Grand Bahama where things have been tough for years. Were it not
for foreign aid, from the United States in the North to Jamaica in the
South, our island would have suffered even more pain than it did during
Frances and would still be in darkness after Hurricane Matthew last
year. When we saw those foreign guys on those poles fixing our light, we
didn't block them at the border or tell them get out of our country
because you are not Bahamian. We didn't block our borders in West End to
foreign groups who came in bringing relief supplies. Their countries
have major problems too...
Neo Yokio - Show review by Rouén Robinson
- Sep 28, 2017 - 8:27:38 AM
Neo Yokio - The first season of the series does not have a tagline.
In a city of culture and finance, a young exorcist must uphold the
family tradition of protecting clients from demons. As he makes his way
through the diverse city state cultivating his personal brand, he soon
finds out there is more to life than his view as he interacts with
people of varying experiences and backgrounds.
Kaz Kaan is a vain
and wealthy magistocrat who wants to free himself from the title of
Neo-Riche due to the fact that he has to work for his money in the
family business of exorcism. Charles is Kaz’s mecha butler who looks
after him and attempts to keep him from being trapped in his vapid and
decadent lifestyle, but he holds a secret that
Kingsman: The Golden Circle - Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Sep 26, 2017 - 1:33:32 PM
Kingsman: The Golden Circle - One of the taglines for this movie:
Reports Of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated. After their
headquarters are destroyed by an insidious criminal organization, a
clandestine espionage agency must team with it’s foreign counterpart to
put an end to the criminal organization’s leader. As the world is held
hostage, these two teams must focus on their shared interest of
safeguarding the globe if they are to have any hope of victory.
‘Eggsy’ Unwin aka Galahad is an agent of Kingsman trying to juggle his
duties as a secret agent with his responsibilities as a boyfriend of a
princess which can weigh on him. Merlin is quartermaster of the Kingsman
who supplies them with their tools and weapons...
Death Note:Review by Rouén Robinson
- Sep 23, 2017 - 8:07:30 PM
The tagline for this movie: Justice Is Coming. A high school student
stumbles across a mystical notebook that has the power to kill any
person whose name he writes in its pages. He uses it to start a secret
crusade to rid the world of criminals but soon finds himself pursued by a
brilliant detective who always solves his case.
Light Turner is
an extremely intelligent high school student dealing with the death of
his mother who comes across a magical notebook with the ability to kill
people written in it. Mia Sutton is a cheerleader who begins a romantic
relationship with Light and becomes so obsessed with the power of the
magical notebook that she is willing to kill anyone who gets in the way
of its use.
Save Dean's Voice
- Sep 21, 2017 - 12:00:21 PM
My brother Dean has ALS.
He's only a few years older than me, and he's been dealing with the
dreaded disease for 9 years. I had no clue what it was at first, and
when I read, "fatal, 2 - 4 years life expectancy," I cried for days. It
was Dean who had to live with it, day by day as his body changed and
he began loosing his ability to do things we all take for granted.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
(also known as ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease, or motor neuron disease) is a
disease that gradually paralyzes people because the brain is no longer
able to communicate with the muscles of the body that we are typically
able to move at will. Over time, as the muscles of the body break down,
someone living with ALS will lose the ability to walk, talk, eat,
swallow, and eventually breathe..."
Spread the word: The Bahamas is still open for business
- Sep 14, 2017 - 9:24:58 AM
NASSAU, Bahamas -- In the aftermath of the crippling blow delivered
by Hurricane Irma to most of the islands of the Caribbean that depend
heavily on tourism as the mainstay of their economies, it is critically
important for The Bahamas to get the word out worldwide that our country
is still up-and-running as one of the major tourist destinations in the
The telephones at Weber Shandwick, the New York-based
public relations company that the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism signed a
major contract with “to provide communications support in the US and
Canada, as well as project work in the UK and Latin America” for The
Bahamas, should have been ringing off the hook, so to speak, the day
after it became clear that relatively speaking The Bahamas’ ability to
The Hitman's Bodyguard - Review by Rouén Robinson
- Sep 10, 2017 - 10:45:48 AM
One of the taglines for this movie: Everyone’s Out To Get Them... If
They Don’t Kill Each Other First. When a disgraced protection agent is
called upon to secure the well being of a notorious assassin, it becomes
a challenge for them not to attack each other during the time they are
expected to work together. On their adventure to stay alive long enough
to make it to the trial of a merciless dictator, circumstances force
them to learn more about each other in ways that could lead to an
unexpected understanding of their different world views.
Bryce is a former triple A rated executive protection agent who is
trying to get back his elite status after the assassination of a high
profile client which he blames his ex-girlfriend for. Darius Kincaid is a
world renowned professional...
The Tick - Movie review by Rouén Robinson
- Sep 8, 2017 - 9:21:03 PM
One of the taglines for this series: Say Hello To The
Hero You’ve Been Waiting For. An accountant with a history of mental
problems comes to the realization that the city he lives in is being
controlled by a super villain everyone believes is dead. He becomes the
reluctant ally of an enigmatic and somewhat dimwitted superhero as he
tries to get proof to the conspiracy he has uncovered in order to bring
the super villain to the attention of the city.
The Tick is a
nigh invulnerable powerhouse of justice with no idea where he originated
but wants nothing more than to rid The City of evil with the help his
friend and sidekick Arthur. Arthur Everest is an accountant who
witnessed the death of his father from collateral damage of a battle
with The Terror and is secretly gathering evidence to prove the villain
is still alive...
Joseph Darville: Once again the Serpent’s Head Must Be Severed!
- Sep 2, 2017 - 1:08:55 PM
The regurgitation or the “Spy Bill” sends shudders up my spine. Mind
you, personally, I have absolutely nothing to hide. Actually, under the
previous administration, I was very sure my phone was tapped and my
emails hacked. But obviously, they found nothing untoward there to come
at me for. To add to my contempt for what they were illegally doing, I
even chided them with a few tasty words whenever I became aware of the
What boils my insides is the fact that with all the
hope and expectations we had and hoped for with the new administration,
we seem to be going down the same road of dictatorial and despotic
rule. Now, don’t get me wrong, I am quite aware of and in...