Science Says the First Born Child Is the Most Intelligent

According to a new study by Leipzig University, the first-born children get an IQ boost from having to teach their younger siblings. Receiving undivided attention also benefits the IQ. These differences in intelligence is thought to occur from nurture and upbringing, rather than biology. The study estimates a 1.5 drop in IQ points per sibling.…

Kong: Skull Island Is One Dope Adventure/Monster Movie

It doesn’t feel that long ago since Peter Jackson brought a King Kong movie to us in 2005. Personally I thought the movie got lame when they went to New York and dicked around there for a bit. Actually I have the same complaint about Jurrasic Park II. Those end urban finales always lacked the…

Movie Review: La La Land – Is it worth the hype?

Musicals are a polarising genre. Either you love them and everything they entail, or you’re wondering why people are wasting their time saying the same thing over and over again. La La Land has pulled a ton of oscars and golden globe awards. Emma Stone was the single white person to get a best actor…

Movie Review: Fences – Uncomfortable but Powerful

Whenever I think about Denzel Washington I conjure up a bunch of cheap action movies most of the time, but after watching Fences, a film he directed and acted in, I don’t think I’ll ever think of him the same way again. The film is based on the pulitzer prize winning play of the same name.…

Movie Review: Gold – It’s Just Ok

What’s up with all these depressing movies about old school businessmen wandering around being depressing? I think I’m gonna have to start cutting these films out of my life. Going into this film I was hoping for more fun, like what I found in War Dogs, however I was in for just an OK experience…