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The Big Short (2015) Review

Four years ago, I sat down and decided to see The Big Short only knowing it was about the 2008 financial crisis. With my schedules of also doing book reviews, school, work, and personal projects, I generally can’t watch as many movies as other film critics, but I decided this one would be worth my... Continue Reading →

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Being an Entertainment Critic for Five Years

Hi, whoever's decided to read this. I've been reviewing movies and books since I was 15, and if you read the title, by math that means I'm now 20. A lot of my friends at Grade 10 had way different hobbies than me. Some loved all things volleyball, and others loved cooking or engineering or... Continue Reading →

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Halloween (2018) Movie Review

I'm going to soon be seeing the new Halloween Kills, so I thought it would be proper to finally write a review of the predecessor. I saw this film when it was released, but, well, there's a bit of a reason why it's taken me this long to review. Honestly, the Halloween franchise has tripped... Continue Reading →

Armada by Ernest Cline Book Review

Well, that took significantly longer to read than Ernest Cline's beloved debut. Taking place in the present day rather than 2045, this is the story of Zackary Lightman, a teen from Yawnsville, or Beaverton, Oregon. He spends his days trying to avoid getting his reputation expanded at school as a temper fuelled danger, by trying... Continue Reading →

Venom (2018) Movie Review

I'm seeing Venom: Let There Be Carnage tomorrow. I can't wait. Three years ago, I was dragged to my local cinema to see this, the first entry, with my longtime comic book fan of an uncle. And I had no idea what to expect. I'd heard of Venom but hadn't seen any trailers, and I... Continue Reading →

Dear Evan Hansen (2021) Movie Review

While watching this flick, I was completely unaware of the so-called controversy, of Ben Platt being too old for the role of a high-schooler and one of the producers of the show being Ben's father and therefore inciting nepotism. And I find those concepts quite ridiculous. Rebel Wilson was in her early thirties, older than... Continue Reading →

Free Guy (2021) Movie Review

Ryan Reynolds had to grow on me, but he did. And considering the late 2010s seemed to be his big A-list breakthrough, I'm grateful I just reached the age where I became interested in what he generally works with. Reynolds tends to play characters with hilarious aplomb as he survives and laughs his way through... Continue Reading →

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