Who knew that facts alone could be so emotionally charged?
Only Two Episodes of the Bite-sized Disney Plus Animated Series ‘Zootopia+’ Actually Hits but It Hits Hard
There are only two episodes that I felt actually made the world feel bigger, and both these episodes are working on two different frameworks altogether.
Whimsical and campy, ‘The School for Good and Evil’ subverts fairy tale narratives and ask you to question deeper
As light and as frivolous as ‘The School for Good and Evil’ can be, it manages to question the morality of this world, the one-dimensional look into the binary of good and bad.
The movie subversively puts forward the notion that Georgia and David are the villains of the film despite its tone and genre.
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Woman King’ and how it reimagines Africa’s past for a new global cinematic audience
Honestly, I’ve never seen anything like it before on the big screen and I was just sitting in my seat in the movie theater transfixed to the screen and enjoying every minute of it.
Surprising at every turn, ‘Decision to Leave’ masterfully merges the genres of the crime thriller and romance
Park Chan-wook delivers another mind-blowing experience at the cinema.
It’s relentless and it gets exhausting at some point as it starts to feel repetitive, and it’s a shame because there’s a lot of good filmmaking involved in ‘Smile.’
Florence Pugh channels her character from ‘Midsommar’ and then takes it to a different level in ‘Don’t Worry Darling.’
The documentary ‘Fanny: The Right to Rock” is a big middle finger to sexism, racism, homophobia, and ageism
The documentary is not just a historical review of the band’s beginnings and struggles to be taken seriously, it also examines their talents and their impact in the industry.