REVIEW: “A Wrinkle in Time” is a Self-Discovery Movie Everyone Should See

Set in modern-day America, A Wrinkle in Time poses many relatable elements for people of all ages. With many aspects of the film to be proud of, director Ava DuVernay did a magnificent job of translating the Madeleine L'Engle novel into an enticing feature-length film. The best part of the film is undoubtedly the emotion the actors... Continue Reading →


REVIEW: Lightning McQueen Passes the Torch in the Emotional, High-Octane ‘Cars 3’

Lightning McQueen is washed up-- at least that's what he thinks following his wreck in the beginning of Pixar's Cars 3. The living Piston Cup legend realizes he's aging, but isn't ready to give up just yet in the franchise's third installment. In a movie featuring emotion, humor, dedication, resilience and wit... McQueen still proves that he's... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Jungle Book Offers Wild Occurrence in Becoming a Rare Live-Action Remake (No Spoilers)

Enthralling, visually striking and dark are a few phrases to describe the marvelous depiction of the Disney classic. A well thought-out casting selection launched 12-year-old Neel Sethi into the perfect position to carry the film as the lone on-screen talent. Bill Murray voicing Baloo, the happy-go-lucky bear was a great decision made by Director Jon Favreau and... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Zootopia (No Spoilers)

I feel safe going on the record and saying Walt Disney Studio's Zootopia is Disney's best animated, non-princess feature since Pixar's Toy Story. The movie does a tremendous job of carrying an emotion-filled storyline without needing the typical love interest. Director Byron Howard, along with screenplay writers Jared Bush and Phil Johnston put together a cohesive... Continue Reading →

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