Pacific Rim: Uprising Review

Pacific Rim Uprising is the same as its predecessor in every way, only two steps in a worse direction. It takes place ten years after the conclusive events of Pacific Rim, only now there is a new enemy that threatens humanity. We focus in on out semi-main protagonist Jake Pentecost (John Boyega), who was once a promising soldier now turned to a life of crime. … Continue reading Pacific Rim: Uprising Review

A Wrinkle in Time Review: A Wrinkled Mess

Seeing as Disney didn’t get the memo sent by the writers of Tomorrowland, that when you write a film that’s too universally idealistic and preachy it loses any sense of realism to viewers, they made the same mistake again. This time with the fantasy/adventure movie A Wrinkle in Time. The film stars Storm Reid as Meg Murry, a self-conscious young girl whose scientist dad (Chris Pine) … Continue reading A Wrinkle in Time Review: A Wrinkled Mess

The Shape of Water Review

From the talented mind of Guillermo del Toro comes one of the most highly praised and cherished films of 2017, The Shape of Water. Taking place during the early Cold War years, the story focuses on a mute U.S. government lab employee named Elisa (played wonderfully by Sally Hawkins). Living a quite isolated life, things change forever when she discovers a classified government secret in the … Continue reading The Shape of Water Review

Alice: Through the Looking Glass Review

  Alice through the Looking Glass managed to feel even more dull, drab, and overall worse than the previous Alice in Wonderland. Even to the point where I cannot remember laughing once throughout the whole film. The story takes place three years after the events of the first film, as Alice (Mia Wasikowska) is returning from a voyage at sea, only to find out her … Continue reading Alice: Through the Looking Glass Review