All in all, Eli Roth managed to sate his penchant for blood and gore with pumpkins that spewed out their crushed insides and a decaying evil wizard who had rotten teeth, although it was not as his usual level of horror. Overall, the CGI was good and the magic was there too that would keep children and adults alike entertained for its 1 hour and 45 minute run. Its a good adaptation of the 1973 book by Jonathan Bellairs but I wouldn’t say that this was my favorite kids’ movie. Still, it was a passable one.… Read More The House with a Clock in its Walls: Movie Review
All in all, I love how Christmas-y the entire movie was. It manages to embody everything that people love about the holidays and it even got me tearing up through the corniest and cheesiest of dialogues simply because it taps into audiences’ soft spot for family and love. The elves are super cute, especially Lars and Bjorn who can’t get enough of candy canes. I loved Santa’s Fast and the Furious moment, his hatred for his commercial depictions, his brutal frankness and his musical number and the reveal on who Mrs. Claus was. It was fun and entertaining yet it was funny and dramatic at the same time and that’s a plus and a plus on my book. Personally, I think this could work perfectly as a standalone but I wouldn’t mind sitting through a sequel if Netflix decides to greenlight a follow up movie for next year. Thumbs up to the entire team behind this movie!
PS. By the way, my nephew sat through the entire movie and this is the first time he has completed watching an entire full feature film and remained interested throughout. If that isn’t a shining endorsement, I don’t know what is. Thank you or this gem, Netflix!… Read More #Netflix The Christmas Chronicles: Movie Review
I was really excited about The Holiday Calendar and I had it down on my Netflix list as soon as it was announced. Netflix has, so far not disappointed me when it comes to its romantic comedies — (The Kissing Booth, Set It Up, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before). I had great hopes… Read More #Netflix The Holiday Calendar: Movie Review
All in all, I felt that AHS Apocalypse was a strong installment to the franchise and utilized its well oiled cast very well as it always has. However, I felt at times, that the storytelling was lopsided and forced to accommodate the elements from the previous installments and the sentimentality of this connection kept the show on delivering the finale that it was hyping up for the past eight years. … Read More American Horror Story Apocalypse: Review
Its been a while since I last did a book review and what better way to make a comeback than tackling a new book in the Harry Potter franchise, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child? The book is basically the script of the much anticipated play by the same name which recently premiered in the… Read More Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Book Review
I haven’t read any of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments fantasy series in which the movie was based but I was very excited about this movie when I saw the trailer a while back. I’ve read some very strong reaction from the fans against the casting of British actor Jamie Campbell Bower as the mysterious Shadowhunter… Read More The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Movie Review
If there is one thing Now You See Me has in bounty, it is swag, yards and yards of swag and an epic amount of coolness that makes audiences want to watch the movie immediately after watching its theatrical trailer. I am happy to say that by the end of this feature, this popcorn movie… Read More Now You See Me: Movie Review