If you've watched Brad Bird's Iron Giant (1999), which most people have not, the story of a kid finding a robot from outer space is no unfamiliar to you. Arguably, the 1999 film is one of the most underrated animated films of all time. Nearly 20 years later, amidst the garbage pile Michael Bay left, a similar … Continue reading ‘Bumblebee’ The Best of a Lackluster Franchise
https://media.giphy.com/media/1dNm4PHRu53TEL14mm/giphy.gif Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the fourth incarnation of Spider-man on the big screen; and with it, a lot of comparisons will be made as the new film tries to stick close to its source material while still giving something new to the table. Luckily, Into the Spider-Verse succeeds and surpasses in everything the previous films lacked—having both … Continue reading ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ A Comic Book Film
Ralph Breaks the Internet one of the rare sequels that is on par with the original or might be even better than it. With its self-aware humor, the internet just simply build on the quality of the film.
The Harry Potter franchise is on its 10th with Fantastic Beast: Crimes of Grindelwald. 8 films in the main Harry Potter franchise and two in the new prequel/spin-off. Now, its own cinematic universe called The Wizarding World. Fantastic Beast: Crimes of Grindelwald continues the story of Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) while counterintuitively breaking it apart … Continue reading ‘Crimes of Grindelwald’ Magic has Finally Lost its Magic
Freddie Mercury and his band, Queen, are one of the most iconic rock bands of all time. With songs that are as timeless as ever, Queen has engrained their place in music history. Freddie Mercury, the band's singer, has become an icon of music and stands along with Michael Jackson and John Lennon. For a … Continue reading ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Timeless music in a questionable film
It's time for another Halloween movie for another spooky season. 40 years after the original, the times have greatly changed; the culture towards the horror has shifted its perceptions of the genre. From 2017's Get Out, the genre has transformed towards films worthy of Oscar nomination (and it should've won it at that). The simplicity of … Continue reading ‘Halloween (2018)’ Are slashers film still even scary?
Love can be difficult to understand sometimes. Most films fail to dwell on a romance's roots as it romanticizes a pair's love for each other too much. Leaning towards only the chemistry of its couple, a film can forget this chemistry is just the start of love and never its end goal. A Star is … Continue reading ‘A Star is Born’ Always Remember Love