Dumbo (2019) Review: A Dull, Lifeless Product (Spoilers)

Disney continues its streak of remaking their most beloved animated flicks into 2019, starting with everyone’s favorite pachyderm Dumbo. They decided to turn the sixty-minute, adorable childhood favorite into a two-hour long, dark, depressing mess by a “style over substance” director who hasn’t made a great film over a decade. How could anything go wrong? Well, not even I predicted that literally everything in this movie … Continue reading Dumbo (2019) Review: A Dull, Lifeless Product (Spoilers)

The Nightmare Before Christmas Review

Whenever I think of stop motion animation, the first film that always comes to mind is The Nightmare Before Christmas. I’ve always found this film to be such a blast, and it fits well into my lifelong fascination with bizarre cinema. Often many people (I included) act as though it’s the Citizen Kane of stop motion. This has recently got me thinking if all the praise is really warranted? Our … Continue reading The Nightmare Before Christmas Review

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Review

Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children is an unusual little film about a young boy named Jacob (Asa Butterfield), who’s Grandpa Abraham (Terence Stamp) tells him all kinds of adventures from when he was young. After Abraham passes away, Jacob is sent on an adventure to meet these people his grandfather met as a boy. It turns out that these strange people Abraham knew are … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children 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