The Halloween franchise has been through so many retcons that the timeline is nearly impossible to follow. David Gordon Green’s 2018 film does exactly what we’ve come to expect from a Halloween film- retcons everything again.
I feel like the last person on earth to have seen The Shape of Water and if I’m being honest, I couldn’t quite conjure any interest in it despite the Oscar buzz and my love for Guillermo Del Toro’s aesthetic, but now that it’s on HBOGo, I figured I’d see what I thought.
I’ll begin with an apology – I’ve been neglecting my blog a little bit these days, and perhaps neglecting my relationship with cinema in general, but if anything was going to reignite my interest in movie blogging this year, it was Bad Times at the El Royale.
As rumors circulate that the latest possessor of the Ms. Marvel namesake Kamala Khan may be appearing in an upcoming Marvel film, the internet is showing its less flattering colors in response.
I have to admit, I was not looking forward to Uncle Drew.
After the groundbreaking crossover event that was Infinity War, which itself followed the cultural phenomenon of Black Panther, hype surrounding Ant-Man and the Wasp was a little less than what Marvel movies were used to.
1993’s Jurassic Park was a film so innovative for its time that it has become synonymous with Hollywood magic. It was nearly perfect, from its revolutionary special effects to its memorable performances, to its timeless concept.
Elastigirl was always going to be a feminist role model. From her very first appearance on screen, she assured us that a woman is more than capable of being a superhero.
Inspired by the true story of friends who have been playing tag for 23 years, Tag revolves around one central tenet that is repeated several times throughout the movie – “You don’t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing.”