Cinderella (2015)

Finally got to watch this one again since it was released onto Disney plus a couple days ago. It is one of the many Disney classics being made into live actions. Its counterparts being as of 2020: Mulan, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. They have had a couple reboots of other films that have… Continue reading Cinderella (2015)

It Takes Two

    My Review: This movie from the nineties brings back all the memories. Honestly, it’s a fun watch even now. It has what a lot of romcom movies lack: kismet. It’s actually a Mary Kate and Ashley film. I don’t know if many really remember them and the storm of popularity they had for… Continue reading It Takes Two

The Intern

  Alright, so, this movie was pretty good. I’ve never been into the sort of ‘romcom’ ‘life’ genre; it’s too mushy, but this was not bad. The dialogue was smart, the characters were interesting and fun, and the plot stayed steady throughout the course of the movie. Except the end, that felt a little rushed.… Continue reading The Intern

10 Cloverfield Lane

Wow, this movie is amazing. So, take everything that is awesome about horror and psychological thrillers and add a touch of the post-apocalyptic feeling and you have 10 Cloverfield Lane. It’s one of those movies that makes the mind think and work through so many possibilities but still leaves you guessing. There’s not a lot… Continue reading 10 Cloverfield Lane

Jungle Book (1994)

This live-action rendition of the book is a marvel. It has wonderful characters and a story that can be enjoyed by both children and adults. Anyone who has seen the animated Disney story will see all the small nods towards it in this film, but it stays its own story. The CGI and green screens… Continue reading Jungle Book (1994)

Spaceballs

You can’t get much better than the satirical genius of Mel Brooks. Despite the obvious comedy and goofiness the film holds a level of cinema that’s seen only in a classic film. For those who aren’t familiar with Brooks he’s a forefront leader in comedic satires; the reason is that he doesn’t abandon the things… Continue reading Spaceballs

Reign of Fire

  So, this movie is one of my favorite post-apocalyptic films. It’s very well-done with a direct and easily understandable plot. It has top notch actors such as Matthew McConaughey, Christian Bale and Gerard Butler. While it may be true that popular actors don’t always make a movie, this film would have been lost without… Continue reading Reign of Fire

Deadpool

  Hot off the presses! So, I just saw this movie in theatres and I was lucky enough for once to not have any annoying, distracting fellow viewers who distracted me. I was fully able to enjoy this movie which I have to say is hands-down epically awesome. This R-Rated superhero film starring Ryan Reynolds… Continue reading Deadpool

When a Wolf Falls in Love with a Sheep

  This film has to be one of the most unique and creative films I've seen in a while. The sheer creative direction and style of the film is so playful and the imaginative mixture of camera slides and motions with the graphic illustrations is just too amazing. I wish I knew more about the… Continue reading When a Wolf Falls in Love with a Sheep

Innocent Steps

  Alright, so this movie was sweet and bitter and heartfelt and a little mushy. It's about Na Young-sae, a renowned dancer, who was purposely injured in a competition and is now hiding away in a slump. When his manager shows up telling him that he's soon going to have a new partner from China… Continue reading Innocent Steps