I have tons of opinions that change constantly. I watch a lot of movies and play video games.
2020 came in with so much hope and anticipation. I was thinking it was my year to work on so many things and in a way it was. There were some hills and valleys along the way and this is why my journey into music was quite odd. When you have time to yourself you start to venture off into things that you never thought you would. I'm glad I did because I don't think I would have ever checked out some of these artists.
Soul is probably the best new release movie I've seen in 2020. It came out right at the end of the year but late than never. I'm surprised at how much more of a mature movie this is though. I'm not entirely sure if kids will get everything in this movie because it deals a lot with existentialism. Heavy topics that adults don't even talk about.
Coco is a Pixar movie that came out back in 2017. I could have swore I reviewed this movie before but it was before I was on Vocal Media. Luckily I got the chance to see the movie again. After watching it again I have a new found appreciation for this film. It talks about so much and layered in so many ways that it still got to me after repeat viewings.
Death to 2020 is a Netflix mocumentary that is based on reality. It's pretty much a rundown of the events of 2020 at the end of the year. Everyone's talked about it for the whole year and Netflix is trying to capitalize on the buzz that's going around right now. I don't blame them as it's pretty much on everyone's mind all the time and it's hard not to think about how bad the year has been for everyone.
The Rescuers is an animated movie that came out back in 1977. It's real strange but I had never heard of this title before until some friends had told me about it. They had just heard that I had recently subscribed to Disney Plus and they said that I had to check this cartoon out. I was a little hesitant because it was such an old cartoon but the selection is so overwhelming that I have to start off somewhere.
The Mandalorian: Season 2 starts off right after the first season left off. Now that we've been introduced to all of the main characters the story can continue in a much broader direction. You really do have to watch through the first season to really understand or get a grasp of all of the character relationships. This way you'll truly appreciate this second season.
Guest House is a 2020 comedy and I'm not entirely sure how they got it greenlit. There's some old school comedy that I recognize from the 90's but it's not exactly a great thing. Some of the jokes in this movie are truly outdated and needed to be reread before someone approved them. How did any studio think this would be okay to release to the public? I was very close to not finishing this movie because of how bad it was. There was this thing inside of me thinking that it has to have at least one good moment but that moment never came.
The Muppet Christmas Carol is as fun as the title indicates. It came out back in 1992 when movies weren't quite as political as they are nowadays. The movie pretty much follows the classic story to a T but with the quirky Muppet twist to things.