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‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Review — An Action-Packed Ride
Disney's newest animated film comes in the form of Raya and the Last Dragon, a fantasy action-adventure directed by Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada. The film takes place 500 years after dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity from monsters named the Druun.
‘Tom & Jerry’ Review — An Unfunny Misfire
You know that scene in the Tom & Jerry cartoons where Jerry repeatedly hurts Tom, and yet, Tom somehow keeps going? That’s what watching this movie feels like.
'Cherry' Review — A Mildly Interesting Tale
The Russo brothers have found mainstream success after directing the box office-smashing hit, Avengers: Endgame. Their latest project comes to us in the form of Cherry, a crime drama starring Tom Holland as an unnamed Army veteran who becomes addicted to opioids and resorts to robbing banks to support his dangerous habit.
‘Willy’s Wonderland’ Review — Aggressively Stupid
Sometimes, people make great movies. Other times, people ask themselves, “What would you get if you mixed Con Air with Five Nights at Freddy’s?” And then we get this.
‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ Review — Surprisingly Sweet
Michael Fimognari helms To All the Boys: Always and Forever, a romantic comedy that serves as the third and final installment of the To All the Boys film series. The film follows Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) as a high school senior couple who wonder if their lives are going down separate paths as they head to college.
‘Malcolm & Marie’ Review — Fascinating and Unique
Sam Levinson writes and directs Malcolm & Marie, a romance drama about Malcolm (John David Washington), a filmmaker who arrives home from his movie premiere with his girlfriend, Marie (Zendaya). As the night unfolds, tensions run high as the two begin to argue over their lives and experiences.
An Interview with 'Life in a Day' Director Kevin Macdonald
On February 6, 2021, Life in a Day 2020 premiered for free on YouTube. The documentary consists entirely of crowdsourced footage sent in by people all over the world, filmed on one day: July 25, 2020.
'Bliss' Review — A Miserable Experience
I had an art project due on the night of my screener, but I decided to postpone my work on that to watch this film early. Looking back, I would have just worked on my art project.