Attempting to put a modern spin on a classic story, The Kid Who Would be King falls short of being anything invigorating and comes off more as boring and uninspiring.… Read more The Kid Who Would Be King Review: A straightforward and boring adaptation of a classic tale →
Following a similar path to its predecessor, however, instead of tugging at viewer’s heart strings through the dying and reincarnation of one dog, A Dog’s Way Home captures the hearts… Read more A Dog’s Way Home Review: A film that tugs at it’s audience’s heart strings even with a few missteps →
Acclaimed anime director Mamoro Hosoda takes viewers on a magical and heartwarming adventure through a young boy’s family tree in his new film, Mirai. The film follows a young child… Read more Mirai Review: Hosoda’s animated masterpiece is full of child-like wonder →
The Grinch Review: A familiar rendition of a classic that’s great for both old fans and a new generation.
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas might not only be one of the author’s best stories, but also one of the best Christmas stories of all time. It truly… Read more The Grinch Review: A familiar rendition of a classic that’s great for both old fans and a new generation. →
The House with a Clock in its Walls Review: Horror director Eli Roth proves he has a solid kid-friendly side.
Would anyone have ever guessed that if Steven Speilberg’s studio, Amblin Entertainment, was making a new fantasy sci-fi film aimed for kids that they would hire Eli Roth as director?… Read more The House with a Clock in its Walls Review: Horror director Eli Roth proves he has a solid kid-friendly side. →
Hereditary is a new indie horror flick that brings an inventive atmosphere and uses excellent camera movement to create an eerie and claustrophobic setting to make its viewers never feel… Read more Hereditary Review →