Working in a movie theatre this past summer has proven to be quite an interesting experience. Not only am I the only guy who genuinely gets excited when new posters are put up but I'm also invested in how movies are essentially brought to the public. It's so funny too because I would've given anything … Continue reading my job cost me the ‘No Time To Die’ ending | storytime
As horror icons get resurrected through modern folklore or as we like to call them; soft reboots, we find ourselves asking whether or not it's necessary. In our current political climate, a new, updated retelling of 'Candyman' makes absolute sense especially with new and exciting Black voices in the horror genre. With Nia DaCosta directing … Continue reading ‘Candyman’: An Incomplete Experience.
Despite the Marvel Studios intro having been more or less the same since 2016, Phase 4 has kicked off with some exhilarating highs and some genuinely disappointing lows. From the experimental, character-driven 'WandaVision' and 'Loki' to the poorly executed and ultimately unsatisfying 'Black Widow' and 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier', Phase 4 seems to … Continue reading How ‘Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings’ Revitalizes The MCU.
"Set Your Heart Ablaze!" says the cinematic continuation of the groundbreaking anime, 'Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba'. The return of the kind-hearted Tanjiro, the strong-headed Inosuke and the horrified Zenitsu sees them heading on a new adventure aboard a very unlucky train. 'Mugen Train' premiered in theatres in Japan all the way back in October, … Continue reading ‘Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train’ Is A Triumphant Portrait of Resilience.
Goddamnit... is the only word capable of how this movie makes me feel. This goddamn movie has been out for nearly a month and I cannot think of a solid opinion about it. This is the third rewrite of my original review and quite frankly, the final rewrite. The recklessness in my writing this year … Continue reading I Loved ‘The Suicide Squad’… But I Completely Forgot It Existed.
This damn movie has been out for an entire month and considering I work in a movie theatre, you would think that I would've seen this by now. I had even seen the first half-hour at home but stopped because I genuinely wanted to watch this theatrically. After a tedious month of planning, I finally … Continue reading y’all are thinking too hard about ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’.
Natasha Romanoff blasted onto the scene in 2010's 'Iron Man 2'. Her scene-stealing nature led to her becoming a fan-favourite. Naturally, people wanted more and begged Marvel for a solo movie. Eleven years and an unnecessary death scene later, she finally gets her time to shine. Only the movie is constantly shadowed by its strong … Continue reading ‘Black Widow’ Is Too Little, Too Late.
To feel comforted is to feel nostalgic, safe and loved. Whether it's mom's homemade shepherd's pie, a piece of entertainment that speaks to the soul or even a favourite blanket. If something is comforting to you, it is because it's feeding what makes you... you! To put it in simple terms, Pixar's latest film 'Luca' … Continue reading ‘Luca’ Is Pixar’s Greatest Comfort Movie.
'A Quiet Place' has become the go-to movie I recommend to anyone who is looking for a clever, terrifying and entertaining film. It is always a genuine treat seeing how people react to the out-of-the-box experience this movie provides. It's also very uncommon to find yourself getting emotional during a horror movie only to become … Continue reading ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Is A Relentlessly Terrifying Sequel.
After five years of excruciating anticipation for new 'Sailor Moon' content, we are now blessed with a two-part, cinematic adaptation of the 'Dream' arc from the manga. This acts as a continuation of the remake 'Sailor Moon Crystal', which started back in 2014. After two rocky first seasons, the show found its groove in its … Continue reading ‘Sailor Moon Eternal’ Embodies Love, Strength and Femininity.