A Quiet Place II manages to avoid the sequel slump by not only justifying its need to exist by establishing a possible future for these characters but it’s also more thrilling, scary, and expertly paced. I was on the edge of my seat! Cillian Murphy also makes a great stand-in for Krasinski. Gimme A Quiet Place 3 now!
Cruella is stylish, fun, and most importantly what these Disney live-action re-imaginings should be: it pays respect to the original source material but ultimately charts its own path and can stand on its own.
We get a glimpse of classic Disney villainy that has been sorely lacking in the modern-day dull and nuanced grey area villains. Cruella isn’t necessarily a good person, but it’s certainly fun to see the story from her perspective. Emma Stone is transformative and Emma Thompson is a more psychotic Miranda Priestly.
Overall, definitely in the top tier of these live-action Disney films.
Fans of horror and the Universal Monster movies were burned with the disaster that was 2017’s The Mummy, so it’s no surprise folks were initially skeptical of this remake of a monster classic. Believe me, I was there with you.
This is without a doubt the best movie of the year (so far) and without a doubt one of the best horror movies I’ve seen in awhile.
This movie is genius. The twists and turns alone are clever enough…
Rewatched with Zack Snyder’s commentary. He also revealed the Snyder Cut for Justice League and Henry Cavill also was a surprise drop-in. So, I guess you could say it was worth my time.
Man of Steel is a film that divided hardcore Superman fans, but I love it because it dives into the psyche of a character who’s way more than just a Boy Scout. Cavill does a great job capturing a god-like character who has an internal struggle between…