‘Rick & Morty’ Season 7 Episode 8 Review: A Numbericonic Adventure with Ice-T

For an episode that does not focus on Rick, Morty or any of the other family members and is essentially a filler episode, it was quite enjoyable. Rise of the Numbericons: The Movie is a sequel to the ending of the episode “Get Schwifty,” from season 5, which featured the rapper “Ice-T” (voiced by Dan … Read more

‘Candy Cane Lane’ Review: A Charming and Whimsical Tale

Eddie Murphy has always been an icon of Comedy movies, surrounded by so many fans that support and enjoy his work and lately, Eddie has been working on mostly streaming service movies such as Coming 2 America, You People, Dolemite Is My Name, the upcoming Beverly Hills Cop 4, and now, Candy Cane Lane, which … Read more

‘Family Switch’ Review: A Surprisingly Heartwarming Story

This movie had lots of reasons to be bad, it’s literally Freaky Friday all over again but now with a family, and yes, this story is extremely derivative and there’s basically nothing new provided in this movie. But hey! I loved it! Family Switch made my day so much better, simply for how heartwarming this … Read more

‘Rick & Morty’ Season 7 Episode 7 Review: Another Hit

Episode 7 is another hit for the season that ends up being fun but also allows serious character development as well. This episode focuses on Morty and Summer with Rick kind of taking the back seat for this one. Which Allows Summer And Morty to have some character development with there relationship, while also being … Read more

‘Genie’ Review: A Lazy Yet Enjoyable, Emotional, And Funny Holiday Film

This is my second Christmas movie review for the year of 2023, it’s not a very promising year for Christmas movies besides The Holdovers, which automatically became an instant holiday classic and comedy. Starting off this Christmas season with Dashing Through The Snow was not as pleasant as it could be… but hey! Genie is … Read more

‘Wish’ Review: A Dull And Derivative Tribute To Disney’s Legacy

As what is supposed to be a culmination of 100 years of storytelling and animation, Wish struggles with standing on its own as an original feature and attempting to be an amalgamation of the stories that preceded it. Young Asha makes a wish so powerful that it’s answered by a cosmic force, a little ball … Read more

‘Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget’ Review: A Finger Lickin’ Good Sequel

I must begin this stating how I am the biggest fan of Chicken Run you’ll ever meet, but in this review I’ll try not to be based and give a very concrete opinion about Chicken Run: Dawn Of The Nugget, but honestly, this movie is simply one of the best animated movies I got to … Read more

‘Leo’ Review: A Boring Movie That Should Have Stayed In The Classroom

I love Adam Sandler movies, I love Happy Madison Productions’ movies, but cmon, this was so bad. I never created any type of expectation for Leo, I know it’s a movie aiming towards young audiences but still, even recent movies like Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie and Under The Boardwalk were better, those two movies … Read more