• The Little Mermaid

    The Little Mermaid

    Halle Bailey stars as Ariel in The Little Mermaid, with hopes of mending the broken relationship between humans and fishmen, however, can one stubborn mermaid fix what’s been broken for generations, let’s dive into the review and explore the outcome. Released on the 26th of May 2023 by distributor Disney+, The Little Mermaid is directed by none other than, Rob Marshall. For those that don’t know, Rob Marshall has been with the Disney family for years and is best recognized for his work in films such as Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) and Mary Poppins Returns (2018). The premise of The Little Mermaid follows a young mermaid…

  • The Super Mario Bros

    The Super Mario Bros. Movie

    Brace yourself for a heart-pumping, visually captivating, and spontaneous adventure in – The Super Mario Bros. Movie. Featuring nothing but the best in voiceovers from a phenomenal cast starting with Jack Black, Chris Pratt, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day and so much more. Adapted from Nintendo’s Mario video game franchise, The Super Mario Bros. Movie was released on the 5th of April 2023 by distributor Universal Pictures, and produced by Nintendo and Illumination Entertainment. The film features an origin story for the brothers Mario and Luigi, Italian-American plumbers who are transported to an alternate world and become entangled in a battle between the Mushroom Kingdom, led by Princess Peach voiced by…

  • Mummies


    Come and Wonder at Juan Jesús García Galocha’s directorial debut with the – Mummies, featuring voiceovers by Joe Thomas, Eleanor Tomlinson, and Sean Bean. Released on the 24th of February 2023 in Spain and selected theatres in the United States by distributor Warner Bros. Pictures. Mummies embark on the story of three mummies – Thut, Nefer, and Sebhek who end up in present-day London and embark on a journey in search of an old ring belonging to the Royal Family of the Pharoah, stolen by the ambitious archaeologist Lord Carnaby. The mummies end up in several hilarious situations as they try to understand and adapt to 21st-century London in an…

  • Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

    Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

    Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson explore the true musical origin of one of the kids’ beloved fairy tales characters – Pinocchio, who navigates his way through mortality and other dark themes in — Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. Released in the United States of America on the 9th of December 2022 by distributor Netflix, the film is delivered in a Stop Motion animation that can only be described as flawless, setting itself on a completely different level to its Disney predecessor which was released in the same year. A father’s wish magically brings a wooden boy to life in Italy, giving him a chance to care for the child. However,…

  • Paws of Fury

    Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank

    After much deliberation with my consciousness, I have decided to watch – Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank by directors Rob Minkoff, Mark Koetsier, and Chris Bailey. The film itself was released on the 15th of July 2022 by distributing companies – Nickelodeon Movies, Paramount Pictures, and Huayi Brothers which should speak for itself, however, the reviews online kept me from watching it right away. I was so excited when I read about who would be at the helm of this film, as it’s from the directors that have worked on giants like “The Lion King”, “Oliver and Company” and so much more, movies that I grew up watching…

  • Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Director Kyle Balda returns with the second installment of our favorite adorable twinkies Minions: The Rise of Gru. Production companies; Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures released the film on the 1st of July 2022 with an opening weekend that made over $107,000,000 in the US and Canada. As the name of the film suggests, this film aims to fill the audience and die-hard fans of the Minions franchise on how Gru came to be. We start the film in 1976, which even to-date people say the 70s was the best decade to be alive; so we know things are about to get real funky as we first meet Belle Bottom…

  • The Bad Guys

    The Bad Guys

    Director Pierre Perifel’s latest animation film, The Bad Guys merge bringing in the new with the old in art style and perspective. The Bad Guys distributed by Universal Pictures was released on the 31st of March 2022 by Universal Pictures. The film is based on the Australian author of children’s books, Aaron Blabey. Straight off the bat, the first element that caught my attention about this film was its old yet crisp art style which had me reminiscing a lot about my childhood. The characters themselves are all animals with their unique traits that I believe someone, somewhere out there in the world, most definitely has some kind of phobia…

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    Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

    Director David Yates returns with the third installment of “The Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and written by J.K. Rowling; what a beautiful film this is. The introduction to the film was truly magical, it felt as if I were enchanted from the very beginning. Amazing CGI which is unbelievably easy on the eyes, and the pacing of the film is flawless, I wanted to see more.   I fell in love with this film and in my opinion, I regard the third installment as the best so far.   With Johnny Depp no longer playing “Gellert Grindelwald” obviously I had my pupils on who’d be his replacement and as…

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    Turning Red

    Ladies and gentlemen, if your “Pixar” and “Disney” fan then you have come to the right place as today I’ll be reviewing “Turning Red“, the animation film that has taken the young and youth by storm across all social media platforms. The story’s focus is on a 13-year-old Asian girl called “Mei Lee” growing up in Canada and is about to start the next part in her life “Puberty” whereas she discovers new things about herself and may want to hide some of these things from her parents because no matter how naughty or terrible children are, they still want to be looked at as innocent until proven otherwise by…