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 →

Luca (2021) Movie Review

I liked Luca better than Toy Story 4. Let's start it off that way. I'm not a devotee to the original trilogy, but I still just found the movie too big for its britches, having some sweet moments and surprises but relegating too many beloved characters to the side, displaying more than a few moments... Continue Reading →

Old (2021) Movie Review

M. Night Shyamalan has a reputation for oddball spiritual sci-fi horror, and this movie is plastered with what he's known for. A Philly family takes a vacation down to Anamina Resorts (which doesn't exist, unsurprisingly. No resort company would ever agree to have this sort of film include their name). There's the father, Guy (Gael... Continue Reading →

Black Widow (2021) Movie Review

My first foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe was almost ten years ago when I was dragged to see the first Avengers movie. Boy did I love it. Everyone loved it, save for my grandmother who was dragged along, and who is used to movies in the era when she was my age and not... Continue Reading →

Don’t Breathe (2016) Movie Review

Since the trailer for the sequel was recently uploaded (and I was wondering when it would arrive for a long time; I don't think trailers for big movies normally show up only one month before premiering) I thought I would bring my thoughts on the original, a horror film that's really stuck with me, for... Continue Reading →

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