The first time Henry Cavill stepped foot on-screen as Superman, everyone was sold. He was the complete embodiment of Supes. He looked like he walked right out of the comic books. It truly doesn’t matter if you liked Zack Snyder’s version of the character or not. No one can discredit Cavill’s love and dedication to the character. In this case, for some strange reason, Warner … Continue reading Will ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Be The Last Time Cavill’s Superman Takes Flight?
The road to Zack Snyder’s Justice League has been a long one. The Snyder Cut fans have fought long and hard to have their director’s vision come to the big screen. After many campaigns, and a successful HBO Max deal, the fans FINALLY got everything they have been dreaming of with this trailer. Zack Snyder is a man with many talents, one of them being … Continue reading Snyder Cut Official Trailer Sends Everyone Into A Frenzy
There are films that come out each year that will stay with you. More importantly, there are films that come out that start a conversation. Promising Young Woman will most definitely start a conversation because of how it addresses everyday misogyny and the treatment of women. Writer-director Emerald Fennell presented a very refreshing revenge thriller in a neat little bow. For a directorial debut to … Continue reading Why Promising Young Woman Is One Of The Most Important Films Of The Year
The Witches directed by Robert Zemeckis is a fun, family friendly, adventure film that modernizes Roald Dahl’s book. Everyone can look back on their childhood and remember something that absolutely terrified them. Some may have been scared of clowns, vampires or even werewolves (specifically to me, Michael Jackson in the Thriller music video) but the young boy in this film has an encounter with witches. A Robert … Continue reading The Witches (2020) Movie Review
2020 has definitely been a challenging year, not only for movie theatres, but for the studios as well. Almost everything we were blessed to see (apart from the Snyder Cut) has been moved to 2022 or later. We’ve had some great casting news as well, but everything just seems bittersweet at this point. DC FanDome felt like a dream and all those trailers seem like … Continue reading DC Recap: What’s Happening in the DCEU?
UNpregnant is one of the best films of the year! It is a buddy comedy, that rekindles the relationship between two former best friends, Veronica (Haley Lu Richardson) and Bailey (Barbie Ferreira), as they journey across state lines to get an abortion. It is adapted from the novel, under the same name, written by Jenni Hendriks. First of all, this film is incredibly important because … Continue reading UNpregnant Movie Review
After nearly a decade, since Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was released in 2003, there has been confirmation from Disney that there will be, not one reboot, but TWO reboots, of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. One is a stand-alone film in the Pirates franchise and it is not considered a sequel, reboot, or spin-off. Margot Robbie is set to star and Birds … Continue reading Why the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Franchise SHOULD NOT Be Rebooted
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is a fun Netflix Original Film, that takes Lars Erickssong (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit Ericksdottir (Rachel McAdams) on a musical journey, to the iconic Eurovision stage, in order for them to achieve their goals. The film captures the essence of Eurovision perfectly and shows the world united through music. Director David Dobkin does some great work in this … Continue reading Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Review
Little Fires Everywhere is a Hulu Original series, that is adapted from Celeste Ng’s novel. The series explores the residence living in Shaker Heights, specifically the picture-perfect Richardson family but when a mother and daughter, move into their rental home nearby, things take a dramatic turn. It has a very strong narrative structure, it is well written and shows the complexities of each character extremely well. … Continue reading Little Fires Everywhere Review
Since the beginning of this pandemic, the Entertainment Industry has been in constant motion and have been changing dates, for majority of the films slated for 2020. Earlier today, the Television Academy announced, that the ‘Creative Arts Emmys’ will go virtual, the annual Governor’s Balls that follow those shows and the Primetime Emmys will be canceled for the first time in history. Since the Emmys and the … Continue reading Oscars Postponed to April 2021