When the amazing first trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse came out, there was no doubt in my mind that we were in for something special. The art style was striking, the original music was banging, and the main character was finally Miles Morales! I was instantly in love. Some people were a little more … Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the best superhero movie of all time. Here’s why.
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
Harry Potter will always have a special place in my heart. I started reading the books because my parents said I could watch the PG-13 ones if I finished them. The idea of viewing a scandalous PG-13 motion picture enthralled me, and I immediately picked up the first book at the library. I blew through … Continue reading Harry Ranking Hullaballoo: All Ten Films in the Harry Potter Universe Ranked
When I walked out of The Crimes of Grindelwald, I was exhausted. The movie clocks in at 2 hours and 14 minutes, the exact runtime of the first Fantastic Beasts movie. Despite this, Crimes of Grindelwald feels much longer and bloated than it's predecessor. This is because of the overhaul of subplots that are sprinkled … Continue reading The Crimes of Grindelwald Movie Review: The Latest Entry Into the ‘Wizarding World’ is a Magical Mess
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
Did you see Dreamworks’ How To Train Your Dragon and say: “That was good, but I wish it was live action and forgettable”? Then I’ve got the movie for you! Alpha is the story of a boy named Kada that is raised in a tribe of unusually well groomed pre-historic people. When they go hunting, … Continue reading Alpha Review