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My love for the X-Men goes way, way back. As a child, I watched the animated series. As a teenager, I watched the movies with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen. Now, as a 20-something, I gleefully watch the new … Continue reading
After months of waiting and countless teasers, trailers, promo photos/stills, interviews, and me blocking literally every tag related to this movie on Tumblr, it’s finally here: the new Captain America movie, and the start of Phase 3 of the … Continue reading
Usually, around Valentine’s we get sappy, cheesy or downright terrible movies in the cinemas. Obviously, 2016 is the best year ever, since this time? There’s Deadpool.
In which Eddie Redmayne spends a lot of time crying, people are surprisingly accepting and patient, and Alicia Vikander completely steals the show.
With the end of the year coming closer and closer, it’s time to start doing some roundups. And today, I’m going to start with movies. I’m going to be honest here: it hasn’t been a super great movie year for … Continue reading
I’m going to start this review off with a disclaimer: I come from a family of James Bond-haters. I come from a family that responds with “but why?” when I tell them I’m going to see a James Bond movie. … Continue reading
Crimson Peak is the newest Guillermo del Toro movie, starring Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston, and Jessica Chastain. Now, I can’t tell you much about what the movie is actually about, without giving too much away. And I absolutely think it’s … Continue reading