I get that a lot of people are angry at Liu Yifei for her statement against HK protesters. However, I will still support the movie because it has nothing to do with the actress’ political opinion. There were hundreds of people who worked on this film, and I think they deserve support for their efforts. This may just be me, but count me in when the film opens in theaters on March 2020. I have a good feeling about this film. I think its going to be epic, controversy or no.
Apart from the cheesy slowmos and beauty shots, I would say that A Little Thing Called First Love was a passable drama, perhaps lacking in overall substance but not bad enough for me to abort viewing.
Let me just say that I cannot have enough good things to say about OCN psychological thriller Strangers from Hell, which I decided to watch while I was waiting for Melting Me Softly to […]
All in all, Goosebumps 2 was a pretty cool kiddie horror that had equal amounts of jump scares and laughs. The cliffhanger ending also hints at a third part which is fine by me. I’d still go see it.
I am sufficiently confused and curious and I have a good mind to watch it when Servant comes out on November 28. I think it has right the right amount of crazy to keep me satisfied. Fingers crossed.
Eli was a solid addition to Netflix’s original horror films. While it was not an entirely original concept to blow audiences’ minds, it knew what it wanted to achieve and did not stray the course with excessive bravado. It just delivered a well executed horror movie that shocked and scared in all the right places. That’s all we can ask for.
OMG! I am completely blown away by the trailer of The Grudge reboot set for release in 2020. The film, adapted from the Japanese cult classic from 2004, is produced by Sam Raimi, the dude […]
Halloween is just around the corner so you may be wondering which horror movies to check out to set the mood for the season. To help you out, I’ve compiled this list of neat zombie […]
I hope though, that even though The Aeronauts has decided to change some parts of the story, it will still remain truthful to the original experience of the Glaisher and Coxwell to pay tribute to their contributions to science, especially at a time when people were wary to venture into the unknown. What these pioneers did took courage and became the springboard for advancements we are enjoying today so I hope the movie manages to capture the wonder of discovery and inspire the viewers with these ideas.
If you are not easily offended and simply want a series that has great animation, entertaining script bordering on the ridiculous, go ahead and catch up on this animated show on Netflix. Just be warned that its crude humor is not for kids.