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Oscar Nominations 2021 — Thoughts, Snubs, & Predictions
After an unprecedented year for film, the 93rd Academy Awards are around the corner. Everything from the year 2020 (which wasn’t that much) to the first two months of 2021 were eligible for consideration, and the Oscar nominees are finally out.
'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Review — An Impeccable Achievement
Being a film critic comes with many privileges. Getting the chance to view the long-awaited Snyder Cut of Justice League early, which fans have spent years clamoring over, is one of the most meaningful blessings of my career.
'Yes Day' Review — Harmless Fun
Miguel Arteta directs Yes Day, a family comedy starring Jennifer Garner and Édgar Ramirez as a mother and father who always say no to their children. One day, they decide to have a Yes Day, where no matter what the kids ask them to do, they will always say yes.
‘WandaVision’ Series Review — A Risk That Pays Off
After an entire year without a new installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Phase Four kicks off with a brand new miniseries on Disney+. WandaVision is a superhero sitcom starring Elisabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as Wanda Maximoff and Vision, two superheroes living a suburban life in Westview, when something sinister begins to unfold.
'Coming 2 America' Review — Slightly Disappointing
To answer the question on your mind, yes, the barbershop guys are back. I have no idea how they're still alive after 33 years, but it's great to see them again.
‘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.