A modern day mystery movie starring Captain America and James Bond. Sounds like a hoot. But like the mystery that lies beneath this movie, the plot is not what it seems when it comes to quality.
I was pretty excited for this movie. It combined two things I love, Disney and original ideas. Sadly, this movie’s main problem, the characters, really bombed it for me. I have a lot of opinions about this movie, so lets talk.
For those who have always wanted to write or for those who have wanted to be smarter readers, the three-act structure can be used for so many things. I use the movie Upgrade, which follows a tight and concise structure to tell all about the wonders of all three acts and hopefully save you from the student loans of film school.
Dawn was and still is my favorite book. It was the perfect stand alone. This is why I was surprised when I saw that there was a “Read On” section of the book. Is this an unnecessary sequel or is this going to be a good follow up to the first. Let’s just say I have a lot of opinions on this book.
In a world of right and wrong Dawn and the Xenogenesis trilogy is a hard book to grasp. I had to read it twice just to understand the concept. But when the lines of right and wrong don’t seem to match, what could we possibly turn to. I have a lot to say on this topic and the book as a whole.
Frozen One was amazing, but can the new sequel live up to the hype? The first Frozen made us fall in love with the new characters and surprised us by subverting tired Disney tropes, but how does the sequel deal with this immense pressure put on by the first?
Everyone knows the tales of Snow White and Cinderella. Tales of princesses being saved by knights in shining armor have been fed to us from birth. This Fantasy YA builds on a lot of these old tales and I have many thoughts regarding this book
Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipations of One Harley Quinn)’s long title graced the big screen and I have some thoughts on this movie and DC as a whole when it comes to movies.