Once Upon a Deadpool Movie Review: A Chopped Up and Muddled Deadpool 2 that Remains Fun

Once Upon a Deadpool is weird. And not in the way I expected. It is a PG-13 version of Deadpool 2 portrayed as a storybook that Deadpool is reading to Fred Savage in a perfectly recreated set of The Princess Bride. That's weird. The weird that I didn't expect was the odd choices of censorship. … Continue reading Once Upon a Deadpool Movie Review: A Chopped Up and Muddled Deadpool 2 that Remains Fun

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Ralph Breaks the Internet Movie Review: Ralph Breaks My Expectations

I love the first Wreck-It-Ralph, but I was worried when Disney revealed that the movie would be focused on the internet. It seemed like an unnatural and cash-grabby thing to do. But while watching the movie, it was obvious that this was the natural evolution of these characters, and the internet feels like the natural … Continue reading Ralph Breaks the Internet Movie Review: Ralph Breaks My Expectations

Shrek Retold: Witness The Strangest and Most Beautiful Thing to Grace the Eyes of Mankind

If you were wondering why depression rates dropped so rapidly on November 29 at approximately 8:00 Mountain Time, you've come to the right place. The reason the world was stuck in a happiness bubble for an hour and a half was the premiere of Shrek Retold. Shrek Retold is a scene-by-scene remake of the 2001 … Continue reading Shrek Retold: Witness The Strangest and Most Beautiful Thing to Grace the Eyes of Mankind

Green Book Movie Review: Mortenson and Ali shine in the feel-good movie we need right now

Green Book really is something special. Despite the devastating ideas and events that the movie focuses on, it remains accessible and fun to watch. It has a story and pace that could easily be a bore, but Viggo Mortenson and Mahershala Ali, along with a fantastic script, make it compelling and surprisingly funny. The story … Continue reading Green Book Movie Review: Mortenson and Ali shine in the feel-good movie we need right now

2018’s The Grinch Movie Review: You’re a Meh One, Mr. Grinch

Chuck Jones' original short film adaptation of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! has become a staple of the holiday season, and for good reason! It stays faithful to the book's morals and simple plot, and adds amazing voice acting and charming animation. This is the kind of adaptation that Dr. Seuss' wanted. He … Continue reading 2018’s The Grinch Movie Review: You’re a Meh One, Mr. Grinch

Mid90s Movie Review: a unique and subtle coming of age story

Because this movie is being advertised as an awards contender, I was totally unprepared for what kind of movie this really was. It is not pristine, it's not particularly well shot, the actors aren't doing their best to nab an Oscar, it's very short, and it isn't really structured like a movie. Despite its short … Continue reading Mid90s Movie Review: a unique and subtle coming of age story