In Always and Forever, life-altering decisions shape not only Lara Jean’s love life, but her future in a charming conclusion.
Last Thursday delivered the first Mortal Kombat trailer to preview what director Simon McQuoid and his cast were working on while fans of the best selling video game series waited with baited breath. And what we’re seeing is a brutal, bloody show.
Now we’ve gotten our first trailer for Cruella and I can already see the amount of people looking to see if they can pull off two-tone hair.
Despite the beautiful black and white color palette, what I got was something entirely different.
The question arises: When do you move to stream movies on Netflix, Hulu or on demand?
To say last year was a difficult one for someone like me, a movie fan, to endure would be a small understatement. With theaters shutting their doors for a time, blockbuster movies moving to the next upcoming year and film schedules shifting, it was a time of uncertainty for film studios, fans, and the entertainmentContinue reading “My Top Anticipated Films of 2021”
Wonder Woman 1984 is not without its shortcomings and problems.
After Marvel’s upcoming slate was placed to whet the appetite of the virtual audiences, the Star Wars galaxy was next
Disney’s Investors meeting did an amazing job, giving us a peek into the future of the MCU.
Romantic comedies have a soft spot in my movie selection and given that part of my November is devoted to the charming genre, I was hoping to add a newer, more recent film into that catalog. Insert The Broken Hearts Gallery. After a break-up, a young woman (Geraldine Viswanathan) decides to start a gallery whereContinue reading “‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ is the feel-good movie we need in 2020.”