I have tons of opinions that change constantly. I watch a lot of movies and play video games.
Break is a French movie that came out back in 2018. Initially I thought this was going to be a breakdance movie because of the name and the fact they mentioned that there was some sort of bboy battle. This was kind of a trojan horse to lead me to this movie. It is hardly a breakdance movie but it's not an entirely terrible movie either.
Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You is definitely not the documentary that it's trying to sell itself to be. It is more of a concert video than full out documentary. Sure there are glimpses in seeing what goes into the production of her grandiose productions but there are only snippets.
Palm Springs just came out in December of 2020. I have to admit it was one of my anticipated movies of the year when I first heard about it through a trailer. I'm a sucker for Groundhog Day movies. The most recent ones that came out was Happy Death Day and Happy Death Day 2 U. They put a nice little horror element to it but it wasn't really scary. Palm Springs adds a few new twists to this genre as well.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold came out quietly in theatres in 2019. It's a big surprise to me that there was little fanfare for this movie as Dora The Explorer was a very popular cartoon for kids back in the day. Now she's grown up and still exploring. I think those that grew up watching that show might want to check this movie out.
Schulz Saves America is a comedy series by Andrew Schulz that came out in 2020. The material that is talked about is very much like a comedy newscast much like the daily show or other shows of that nature. His episodes are however much shorter and are focused on specific topics for each episode.
Life in a Year is a movie that I could see being targeted directly to adolescents so obviously I'm not going to get it. Bare with me as I explain why I think it hit the right notes but also fails in my eyes. I can see how a lot of people may enjoy this movie and it does the right things to cater to its target audience. Movies aren't supposed to be real they're supposed to give us ranges of emotions and immerse us into their worlds.
Stage Mother is a feel good movie that game out in 2020. It's currently streaming on Amazon Prime for free as I write this. I wasn't too sure what to make of this movie but in the end I was delighted by a heartwarming story with an upbeat perspective. It's got a story that we kind of need nowadays.
Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of the big launch titles for the PlayStation 5 in 2020. I've been a little worried playing it because so far everything that I've bought from for the PS5 including the PS5 have been buggy. There's a good chance that this game isn't quite as finished as it should be seeing as they had to hit a certain deadline to coincide with the PS5 launch.