Annabelle: Creation Review

By: Stef Atega | 2 years ago

The creepy Annabelle doll made its first appearance onscreen in The Conjuring - where her case was presented as more of a side story rather than the main plot. It was a year later when a prequel came out which put the do

A Family Man: Review

By: Stef Atega | 2 years ago

Although indicated in the title, A Family Man is not a family movie. It is the story of how a man struggles with balancing his career and his time with his family; one which has been repeatedly told in numerous movies.

Dunkirk: Review

By: Carlos Zotomayor | 2 years ago

Who knew that after years of toying with our brains, the weirdest thing director Christopher Nolan could come up with is a historic movie? There isn't any spinning totem at the end or a surprise visit from Batman - this

War for the Planet of the Apes: Review

By: Stef Atega | 2 years ago

The third installment of the Planet of the Apes reboot franchise is more of a survival film. I found that to be a bit disappointing because I expected an epic battle between the apes and the humans. Yes, you do get to s

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

By: Carlos Zotomayor | 2 years ago

The Transformers movies are best known for three things: explosions, giant transforming everyday objects, and being about as good as Satan with an upside down crucifix. This fifth installment not only has all three eleme

Despicable Me 3: Review

By: Carlos Zotomayor | 2 years ago

When you stumble upon something cute, you want to milk it for all it's worth. That's why the internet was built on animal videos and babies biting their brothers' fingers. As long as you have a beating heart in that fat h

The Mummy: Review

By: Stef Atega | 2 years ago

1999's The Mummy had a certain charm that I didn't mind watching it over and over on TV. Despite the mediocre narrative, it was a fun movie to watch; and I chalk it up to how well the cast performed. ...which brings

Wonder Woman: Review

By: Stef Atega | 2 years ago

A lot of pressure was riding on Patty Jenkins' take on Wonder Woman. Not only would the film be DC and Warner Bros.' attempt to redeem themselves after the disappointing Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the medioc

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge: Review

By: Carlos Zotomayor | 3 years ago

For someone who isn't keen on the idea of swimming in open water, I love the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. If you keep in mind that they don't accurately portray 18th century piracy, what you end up with is a lighthea

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