With news that Toy Story 4 crushed its opening box office with a $118 million dollar opening weekend, it shouldn’t be a surprise that the
Disney rebooting Aladdin into a live action remake is always a risky endeavor, but under it’s safe predictability is it a let down or a win?
Endgame has an amazing slow burn, because that when THAT moment (and there are a couple of those) happens, everyone in the audience will immediately transport back to that age when they read their first Marvel comic or saw their first Marvel film/TV show, screaming with childlike glee cheering on the heroes and booing the villains.
Avengers Endgame is getting a ton of praise, but is it that good?
Captain Marvel Reviews are rolling in and it’s a mixed bag. The freshmen movie for Brie Larson isn’t as grand Avengers, but it’s still good.
Mary Poppins is perfectly imperfect in every way. Following the 1964 classic starring the amazing Julie Andrews isn’t easy, but Disney did it.
Ralph is back and this time he’s causing havoc to the internet, but he’s not along and with some fantastic additions this might be one review you want to read.
As far as holiday movies go Disney plays it safe with The Nutcracker and The Four Realms and we have to say being an adult seeing this movie right before Halloween is weird, but if we remove our black-colored glasses and forgo our often times pessimistic ability to downgrade kids films like these we actually can see where this is a very charming family-friendly film that any child especially those who love the ballet will love.
Leave your Sesame Street/Yo Gabba Gabba-aged kids with a sitter, this one is strictly for the grown-ups. The Happytime Murders mark Brian Henson’s return to
I grew up with Winnie the Pooh so naturally, when talk of a movie was underway I was hesitant especially with the premise being about Christopher Robin all grown up, would they go dark or light? Would it remain true to Pooh?
Did the mamma mia 2 writers even watch the first movie? We have to ask ourselves after noticing some blatant continuity errors.
Let’s just start this off by saying we didn’t really know what to expect from Ant-Man and The Wasp, which honestly made it better. Was it as good as the first? That’s debatable. Best Marvel movie of the year? No, Infinity War still has that beat and rightfully so.
For the past centuries, many people argued about the role of women in the society, the mentality that men are more superior than women lasted
The usual films have this characteristic of being too focused on the characters that highlights their conflicts which makes the story even more dramatic than
This is simply one of the most entertaining films of 2017 featuring Margot Robbie as Tonya Harding, one of America’s best figure skater who won
Tragic, humorous, and stunning at the same time, this movie brought some new perspective regarding how people makes their own decision whether for themselves, for
A comedy, film based on a true story of the making of one of the best unexpected comedy film in 2003 entitled The Room. This
An intense horror about racial identity and the new type of slavery, this film surely created an impact not only towards the subject of racial
One of the most emotional animated films from Disney Pixar and now, it’s one of my favourite animated films right next to Toy Story, Finding
An anime film about friendship, bullying, depression, and suicide, this movie shows an important message of the reality of each individual who deals with anxiety