I have tons of opinions that change constantly. I watch a lot of movies and play video games.
The High Note is a movie that came out quietly in 2020. It kind of got lost in the mess that was that year but it shouldn't have. This movie should have gotten a lot more recognition than it did. There's a glimpse into different perspectives that we don't normally see in movies. I thought the overall package was really well made. The ending has a weird and kind of unnecessary twist though.
Magic Camp is a Disney Plus exclusive that came out in 2020. It's sort of a coming of age story that comes from a magic camp. The whole vibe of the movie screams School of Rock however there are are certain elements of the movie that differentiate these movies from one another. This movie for instance is targeting children whereas School of Rock targeted a general audience.
The Kitchen is a very cool concept. It sort of reminds me of a similar idea with the movie Widows (2018). I loved Widows so I thought I'd get into this one just the same. It doesn't hurt that I'm a sucker for underdog stories. This had the potential to be a pretty good one.
Robin Hood (2018) is a very different take on the old classic Robin Hood story. I wasn't too sure if I wanted to watch this movie but my nephew had talked a pretty big game about this movie. I did enjoy King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) and The Kid Who Would be King (2019) so I guess you can say I'm a sucker for remakes of old medieval movies. I thought this movie would be similar and I wasn't wrong.
Cobra Kai: Season 3 is the latest season that has been released in 2021. I guess it's my first official review of 2021 with a 2021 show. I mentioned in my last review of season 2 that it was a bit of a departure from the first season. I was worried that the third season would continue with this direction. In a sense the it did but at least it kind of found itself and I'm not used to the nonsensical soap opera antics of this franchise.
Cobra Kai: Season 2 starts off right after the very well made first season left off. I was hesitant to watch the first season of the series but after watching it I was totally hooked and decided to binge watch this second season. After checking this season out I have to say there were some directional changes that I wasn't too happy to see but for the most part it kept with the essence of the first season.
I've never been known to make New Years resolutions because they never really pan out. In addition, I don't like to put that much pressure on myself throughout the year. Why put this goal on yourself that you know you're supposed to do anyways? If something is important for you to become a better person you should be doing it no matter what. You shouldn't have to have a resolution to do something like that. If it's a resolution then you're just doing it for that year and then you won't be doing it anymore.
The King of Staten Island is a movie that came out in 2020 that some believe is very close to the true life story of the lead actor Pete Davidson. You have to go into this movie in a certain mindset in order to enjoy this movie though. The main character isn't the most likeable person. Although the people all around him are extremely likeable. It made me kind of pissed that he treats the people around him so horribly.