All in all, I’m a big fan of Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping because it was a ton of fun. Its that simple. Sometimes, that’s all there is to it. … Read More Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Movie Review
All in all, I liked the Hillbilly touch to the movie and how strong the characterization was for the main cast. Their plot seemed simple and complicated at the same time and makes one root for the success blue collar little guys who manage to pull off a scheme of this magnitude. It was’t as intense as other heist movies but it held its own in the genre. There was no need for villains or other family issues, just good, just a good old fashioned heist brilliantly executed, filled with tons of good humor. Plus, Sadie’s surprise for her daddy at the pageant really got me to tear up. Awww!… Read More Logan Lucky: Movie Review
Goosebumps is the big screen adaptation of R.L. Stine’s children’s book series of the same name. Instead of picking out a particular title, Sony Pictures Entertainment, backing the movie with $58 million budget chose to go all out and created a single story concept that encompassed all of the characters in all of the books.… Read More Goosebumps: Movie Review
I was a major fan of Ben Stiller’s 2001 hit Zoolander and was one of the first to pledge to see the sequel as soon as its released. After all, it took long enough (15 years) and the trailer was hilarious as heck. Sure, about 90 percent of the first movie made absolutely no sense… Read More Zoolander 2: Movie Review
Being JaDine fans, my squad and I already locked down the date to watch this movie long before Viva Films finalized the release date. We already planned to watch the film on its first weekend out but eventually, our excitement got the best of us and we settled on seeing it on opening day instead.… Read More This Time: Movie Review
Team OTWOL (On the Wings of Love) released the final trailer for the last three weeks of the show and my heart just shattered into millions of tiny pieces. After Teaser #1 showed the meeting of Clark (James Reid) and Leah (Nadine Lustre) at the corner of the hotel they originally met (obviously after a time jump)… Read More OTWOL Finale Teaser: #KayaPaBa?
Let me tell you, as I write this review, my eyes are still swollen from all the crying I did after seeing this two hour long comedy-drama film starring no less than the Star for All Seasons, Vilma Santos, Angel Locsin and Xian Lim. Let me also tell you that despite all the tears, every… Read More Everything About Her: Movie Review