As I have established in my review for the Father of the Bride (1991), both of these are movies I grew up on. Not only that, but we had them taped on VHS (remember those?) back to back, so every time the first movie would finish, this one would start playing. And I believe almost […]
I think we can all relate to some things, no matter who we are and where we come from. And one of them is having “family movies” – films, you not only grew up on, but continue to watch even today every once in a while, to remind yourself why you like them. And every […]
The headline says it all, really, as I so wanted to love Personal Shopper! Really unconventional idea about an unconventional job told in a very “European” way. So far, so good, right? On top of that, Kristen Stewart, who I would hope, has managed to fully shake the “Twilight” image and like her co-star and […]
I couldn’t say I am the biggest fan of X-Men series, but, strangely, I have seen all the movies. You can also say I have really enjoyed most of them. Prior watching X-Men: Dark Phoenix, I tried my hardest to judge this movie based on what I have actually seen and not everything I’ve heard/read […]
Frozen 2 is strange one for me. On one hand, it’s perfectly fine sequel, has some great moments and I wasn’t bored while watching it, on the another hand, it doesn’t have the “magic” of the first Frozen (2013), respectively, doesn’t feel as “natural” as its predecessor. The first one almost felt like a hit […]
Well, that certainly was… an experience…? Pete’s Dragon is that kind of movie, you need to come to terms with when it was made. Not because of anything highly inappropriate (although in some scenes the movie does get a bit darker, mainly with Pete’s hillbilly family and them looking to possibly kill him in the […]
Praising Terminator: Dark Fate for being the best Terminator sequel since Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) (even though I still believe Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) gets a bad reputation and especially considering the two movies that came after that film, wasn’t bad at all, but I do need to re-visit it to see how […]
Let me be clear, did I have massive expectations that this movie, based on a board game, will actually be great? No. Did I expect to be this average? Also no. And that is the main issue with Battleship. This could have been a dumb, fun movie. Instead, it’s a long movie, that is just […]
Salon Kitty is a strange movie, by “infamous” director Tinto Brass. If that name rings a vague bell for you, he’s best known for another outrageous film, Caligula (1979) that is still considered one of the most controversial movies of all time. But I thought it was quite a good movie, even though at certain […]
This movie could have easily been subtitled “John Wick: Chapter 3 – John Against the World” and that would sum up this third movie quite neatly. As with its predecessor (my review for John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) can be found here), the assassin world is getting bigger (I am starting to feel like the […]
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