Movie Review

Lady Chatterley’s Lover Review: A Gorgeously Sensual Love Story.

Stories of unhappy marriages that lead to affairs are not a fresh tale for cinema. It has been done multiple times. Some have been hits while some were misses. Lady Chatterley’s Lover is another story of a young wife in…

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’ Review: A Riveting Recrafting Developed By Self-Worth

SPOILERS FOR PINOCCHIO AHEAD! READ AT YOUR OWN WILL! Honestly, I might just call 2022 the year of Pinocchio. This year has brought multiple renditions of the little lively wooden boy, from Disney’s shocking live-action reboot of its classic 1940…

The Son Review: Father, Son, House of Zeller

For all of its good intentions, ‘The Son’ ultimately falls flat and pales in comparison to ‘The Father.’

The Guardians Of The Galaxy: Holiday Special Review: A Delightful Christmas Gift

Oh how i’m happy to see them back… after 5 long years, the Guardians of the Galaxy finally got another solo project, a very short one, but so heartfelt and emotional that’s a delight to watch without a doubt. I…

Strange World Review: A Solid Yet Uninspired Disney Animated Romp

It’s certainly “strange” that Strange World’s marketing seems to be incredibly minimal; after all, it features a gay main character, which Disney would normally be trumpeting from the treetops. This lack of marketing concerned many. Was the studio really trying…

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Rian Johnson’s second ‘Knives Out’ whodunit puts Benoit Blanc on a case that is far funnier than the first, but its high ambitions are its downfall.

Disenchanted Review: Wicked And Dull

It’s been 15 years since the first movie, do we really need a sequel to a Disney classic that I particularly love? No, and this movie proves that we didn’t need a sequel, it was good as it was, but…

Bones And All Review: Not Tasty

Luca Guadagnino’s newest movie “Bones and All” based on the novel of same name by author Camille DeAngelis, is a romantic drama with hints of horror all packaged into a road trip movie following two cannibalist outsiders driving with no…

The Wonder Review: Florence Pugh dominates the screen in this slow-burn thriller | TIFF 2022

Florence Pugh is on a roll. She’s already a Marvel superhero and an Oscar-nominated actress, and has major parts in films directed by the likes of Denis Villeneuve and Christopher Nolan next year. However, she is often at her best…

The Menu Review: A Full-Course Meal

Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes cook up a wonderful meal in ‘The Menu,’ in theaters November 18.