This film SLAPS! I am all for medieval romance and drama, especially if it is focused around a powerful woman. Being a rendition of Hamlet, I love how the film instead chooses to follow the story of Ophelia, his romantic interest. This was an interesting choice as a way to adopt a beloved classic into … [Read…]

It Comes Review

First of all, this film was horrifying. Just straight up scary. Some might say I got the heebie-geebies. Others might say “was it actually that bad?.” To which I would respond: Yes. That being said, it was incredibly appealing as far as the compelling visuals and storyline. From the intro to the credits, the artistic … [Read…]

Ophelia Review and Synopsis

Ophelia Review and Synopsis Synopsis- Something is rotten in medieval-era Denmark, where political intrigue swirls around the imperial court like dark magic. Amid it all, the queen’s brightest lady-in-waiting, Ophelia, finds herself drawn to Hamlet, the charismatic and elusive crown prince. As their secretive love affair takes flight, betrayal strikes the court, threatening to derail … [Read…]

Extreme Job Synopsis/review

Extreme Job Synopsis- Director Lee Byeong-heon (TWENTY) returns with his latest comic caper and South Korean box-office smash hit EXTREME JOB. A zippy, charming and very silly police comedy, the film debuted in South Korea in February of this year and soon became one of the biggest box office hits of all time, racking a … [Read…]

Red Joan “changed the course of history.”

The physic student Joan Stanley (Judi Dench) from Cambridge changed the course of history when she provided classified scientific information—including details on the building of the atomic bomb—to the Soviet government for decades. It wasn’t until more than fifty years later the secret service arrested her in the age of eighty years old. She claims … [Read…]

Moana in Hawai’i is Better Than Moana on the Mainland

Moana toped the charts when it first came out. It is the first Polynesian/ Pacific Islander Disney Princess movie. Over the years Disney has become more culturally diverse in its movies and I think that is something we can all agree to love and appreciate. Moana took first place as my favorite Disney movie the … [Read…]

Unstoppable: Bethany Hamilton Viewing

As I talked about before in my last post, before viewing the film Unstoppable: Bethany Hamilton, there was a red carpet even to honor Bethany and everyone else who worked together to put this film together. After the red carpet event, the very first public viewing of this new documentary, directed by Aaron Lieber, was … [Read…]