Soul—Pixar Never Fails to Delight With the Metaphysical

The last film I got to see in theaters before the initial theater shutdown back in March was Pixar's Onward which hit every mark and instantly became one of my favorite Pixar films. With Pixar's fantastic reputation of creating films that I absolutely adore, I was extremely excited for their second film on the 2020 …

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Wonder Woman ’84—A Fun Addition to the DCEU That Builds on the First

I think it is a fair assessment to say that 2020 has been hard on everybody. One of of the less-important yet harder parts for me has been the pandemic's rampage on the movie industry with this year originally set to be one of the best years in entertainment of which that slate included the …

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Mulan (2020)—A Fantastic Remake Of Disney’s Animated Classic

One of Disney's greatest decades in animation was the 1990's with classics like The Lion King (1994), Aladdin (1992), and Beauty and the Beast (1991). For me, one of my favorite films during this time was 1998's Mulan, and now, Mulan has taken its place as the most recent of the 90's Disney lineup to …

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The Umbrella Academy (Season 2)—Another Glorious Season of One of the Greatest Comic Book Shows of All-Time

One of the best Netflix shows that took the world by storm last year (2019 was a fantastic year to be a Netflix subscriber) was the first season of The Umbrella Academy, based on the Dark Horse comic book of the same name by Gerard Way. Filled with great quirky humor, lovable characters, and a …

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Artemis Fowl—A Foul Disgrace to Moviemaking and the Fantasy Genre

The popular YA book series from Eoin Colfer was one of my favorites growing up as it was a very different take on the fantasy genre than what the Harry Potter , The Lord of the Rings, and Inheritance Cycle series gave us. Artemis Fowl was inventive, funny, and an overall enjoyable book series that …

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Da 5 Bloods—Spike Lee’s Newest Joint Just Misses the Mark of Greatness

My third favorite film from 2018 was Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman, just falling behind Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse and A Quiet Place. Between the acting, directing, writing, timeliness, and every other aspect the film delivered on, it is safe to say that BlacKkKlansman was a masterpiece of film making. Over his long career, Spike Lee has …

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Onward: Yet Another Fantastical Win for Pixar

Pixar has proven themselves time and time again as being one of the greatest film studios of all time (the Cars sequels notwithstanding). Their newest outing, Onward, continues the tradition of excellence. When people think of animated films, they normally think they are kid films, however, Pixar consistently delivers great animated adventures meant for adults …

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