Enter the Fat Dragon is a movie that came out in 2020 that stars Donnie Yen. I really liked the concept of the movie but in the end I think they have a bit of an identity crisis. At certain points I thought maybe Donnie Yen wants to become the next Jackie Chan but he doesn't really need to. It does have it's own identity but it's heavily inspired by a lot of other movies.
The Sleepover is a Netflix exclusive that recently came out. It's a lot more fun than you would have expected. Sure there are a lot of cheesiness and a ton of it is predictable but you have to consider what the target audience for this movie is. It's a family film that is sure to entertain kids and adults alike and I for one was entertained by this movie.
Project Power is a super power movie came out recently exclusively to Netflix. I can't really classify this movie as a superhero movie because all of the powers that each of the characters contain are dependent on a pill that they take. Still there's elements of a superhero movie in this movie but they did put a twist to it that is unique. The only problem is that the movie doesn't really have anything absolutely spectacular about it.
Spies in Disguise is a movie that wasn't really talked about last year when it came out. I keep forgetting how good we have it with animated movies nowadays. We get spoiled at the fact that these family flicks are always pretty well crafted although always follow a generic formula. Still these are family films catered to children so they don't even have the concept of formula. They're not supposed to break the mold.
Killer Bean Forever is a movie that was suggested to me by a friend of mine. She's been going on about it forever and I always kind of brushed it off without thinking too much about it. I finally decided to take the dive not knowing what I was getting myself into because it's a free YouTube movie to watch.
Saturday Night Fever is an iconic movie that came out back in 1977. This movie is over 40 years old yet some of the themes still hold true today. Obviously a lot of people will be offended with a lot of this movie. The worse of the worse things happen in this movie including blatant racism, rape and homophobia to name a few. You have to realize that this was a reality of the times back in 1977. Still the emphasis isn't on the horrors that happened back in the 70s. This movie is more about our relationships with one another. Many of those themes are still relevant today.