I mean it’s only February so it might be too early for this but having vaguely positive remarks about Sonic the Hedgehog might be the most surprising review I write this year. Sonic the Hedgehog to me has just become this unruly beast of inherent cringe but it’s that reputation that has almost made the … Continue reading Sonic The Hedgehog Movie: Chaos Controlled?
"Life is never fair, and perhaps it is a good thing for most of us that it is not."-Oscar Wilde I have this residing tinge of guilt, not caused by my actions but as consequence of my inaction. The truth is, in regard to fairness I have found myself unimaginably fortunate. It really is taken … Continue reading A Silent Voice That Needs to be Heard
May Noteworthy followers: Unique Particle (Look at the Trees)Karandi (100 Word Anime)Terrance Crow (Crow's World of Anime)Scott (Mechanical Anime Reviews) May in retrospect was so wild I have a hard time believing that all of this happened in one month. The birth of shortcut my short film exploration series which is fun and different; something … Continue reading K at the Movies 2019 Review – Part 2
We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried, most people were silent. I remembered the line from the old Clone Wars, Grievous is trying to persuade Kenobi that he should do his duty and, to impress him, takes his multi-armed form and says, “Now I am … Continue reading The Rise of Skywalker: A Desperate Plea For Attention
Christmas movies, there’s too many of them. I’m no Grinch or Christmas Scrooge it’s just there’s thousands of these flicks. For every Rudolph and Home Alone there’s hundreds of these cheap, silly, pandering, insipid, lazy, uninspired, and just downright stupid movies. As you can see from my past entries that I’ve found some interesting Christmas … Continue reading Too Many Strange Christmas Guests? (X-Mas Special)
Knives Out is a movie, and I saw it, and I recommend seeing it, I guess? Rian Johnson’s Whodunit murder mystery features an eccentric family and their fancy estate gained from the twisted murderous tales of Harlan Thrombey suddenly find themselves living in such a tale. A star-studded cast, a convoluted yet indulging mystery, and … Continue reading Twisting The Knife? Knives Out Review
The Villain of Frozen II After the great bamboozle that was Hans Christian Anderson being the villain of his own story, Frozen II figured there was only one twist that could top that…. there being no antagonist at all. The lurking evil wasn’t some mystical magical forest entity or some cosmic event. The real evil … Continue reading Frozen II: The Big Review (Part II)