Movie Review: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Spoilers!)

When the trailer to this movie first came out, it got my attention because of the unique animation style as it made it feel like as if it was ripped out The of the actual pages of a comic book. Aside from this, I was eager to finally get to know the character of Miles Morales (Shameik Moore); how they would handle the characterization of … Continue reading Movie Review: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Spoilers!)

Movie Review: Ralph Breaks the Internet (Spoilers!)

Aside from “Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them: The Crimes of Grindelwald” (which was a HUGE disappointment in my books), the sequel to “Wreck it Ralph”, “Ralph Breaks the Internet”, was the only other movie that I was really looking forward to this November. I thoroughly enjoyed the first installment, and I loved that John C. Reilly’s Ralph and Sarah Silverman’s Vanellope von Schweetz … Continue reading Movie Review: Ralph Breaks the Internet (Spoilers!)

Movie Review: The Incredibles 2 (Spoilers!)

Before superheroes came into their own in the cultural zeitgeist of today, fourteen years ago, audiences were treated to a different kind of superhero movie with Disney Pixar’s “The Incredibles”. At the time, the notion of superheroes reigning supreme was just something that happened just once in a while, allowing us to be witness to this superhero family, and allowed its writers to talk a … Continue reading Movie Review: The Incredibles 2 (Spoilers!)

Animation Break: Makoto Shinkai’s 5 cm Per Second (Spoilers!)

Welcome to the very first “Animation Break”! Well, technically, the first “Animation Breaks” started with me reviewing Mamoru Hosoda’s films, namely “Summer Wars”, “The Girl Who Leapt Through Time”, and “The Boy and the Beast”. I still have his “Wolf Children” to review, but I decided to go ahead first with taking a look at the works of another name that I have heard being … Continue reading Animation Break: Makoto Shinkai’s 5 cm Per Second (Spoilers!)

Movie Review: The Boy and the Beast (Spoilers)

I love Studio Ghibli films, but for some reason, I tend to gravitate towards the work of Mamoru Hosoda more often. As of this moment, “The Boy and the Beast” is the third film of his that I’ve seen, which means I only have “Wolf Children” left to watch, as I don’t really watch “Digimon” or “One Piece”, as his two other films are films … Continue reading Movie Review: The Boy and the Beast (Spoilers)