Is it going to win an Oscar? Probably not. Is it going to stay with me forever and ever and ever? No. But did it serve its purpose as quality entertainment with an engaging storyline and a badass protagonist? Yes. Very much so.
In three words, Love, Simon was cute, heartwarming, and hilarious.
I was expecting this movie to be amazing. Fantastic. Life-changing. It was better. Black Panther just became one of those Marvel movies that stand out.
A few thoughts: Lots of action. Kind of funny. It was inspiring. Engaging. Relatively easy to understand considering I have never studied military language. So, yeah, I liked it.
As a fan of the Maze Runner film franchise, it was only natural for me to practically skip my way to the movie theatre last night. The original release date had been delayed, so my anticipation had built up over the last few months as I eagerly waited for the tickets to go online. Once they did...you [...]
The Post is about the first female publisher of an American newspaper, Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep). Together with the editor, Ben Bradlee, Katherine rushes to catch up to The New York Times and expose government secrets about the Vietnam War. It was engaging, interesting, and extremely empowering for all the females (and males) in the audience.
Every time I see a trailer with Liam Neeson, or whenever I hear his voice, I have learned to associate it with a suspenseful action movie. The Commuter was no different.
It's a feel-good movie with fantabulous songs, and while many critics say that this movie is 'artificial' or 'disjointed,' the response from the general public is mostly positive. This is one of those cases where we, as people, love it while the critics' opinions are overwhelmingly negative.
Well, that's a very short title. It actually means so much, but I'll get into that. So, the synopsis for this movie in three words: demonic hungry clown. There's this very lovely clown named Pennywise the Dancing Clown who wreaks havoc on this small town by kidnapping children and occasionally snacking on them. You guys [...]
Every single time a new Marvel movie comes out, it's like there is a preternatural stillness in the air. Perhaps it is anticipation. Perhaps it is merely curiosity because the question at the end of each one is always, what's next? For me, it's always one of breathless excitement.