I’ve always been a fan of M. Night Shyamalan, from his blockbuster hits to his other, highly criticized works, I’ve always supported him. I can safely say that he’s one of my favorite writer and director, so I was excited with his new release Glass. After seeing the film with my husband, I wanted to share my thoughts of the film.
Luna was the first to introduce me to the realm of Harry Potter. I was sold on the idea of possessing magic and even more excited of the existence of a school for wizards. During middle school I was beginning to lose my sight and had lost interest in reading, so having a book Luna and I enjoyed helped me find a new love for reading. Despite the series being set in a fantasy realm the scenery come from inspirations from London, England.
Spider-Man is a huge iconic character within the Marvel Universe appearing in numerous Marvel comics and was added to the Marvel’s cinematic universe (MCU) by being introduced in Marvel’s Avengers: Civil War in 2016. Many Spider-Man fans have accepted the third attempt of bringing the character to the big screen after Sam Raimi and Marc Webb adaption of the character.
Many fables have found a home within the creative videos of Walt Disney. One that is known throughout generations is the tale of a wooden puppet becoming a real boy. The tale was created into an animated film by Disney but there has been other artistic creation of the tale. Besides being an animated feature, Pinocchio has been a live-action film, animated film, and adapted from novels.
It’s no surprise that cinemas feature superhero films each year with its growing popularity. DC comics has always kept up with Marvel comics, one of its biggest competitors by producing numerous movies and television shows featuring the characters from their comic books. Currently, Aquaman is in theaters and I have decided to give it a review.
What do you think is best, to watch a film based on a book first, or read the source material? I was elated to watch Mortal Engines, a film adapted from the Mortal Engines series written by Henry Keazor. The dystopian fantasy was exquisitely brought to the big screen despite skeptics of the film. Read on to see what I thought of the underestimated film.
For every arcade fanatic Wreck-It Ralph and Ralph Breaks the Internet focuses on characters from vintage arcade games such as Sugar Rush Racing and Fix-it Felix are not games that exist outside of the movies franchise but are insured by Nintendo’s Donley King and Capcom’s Need for Speed Racing. There are references to real games throughout the film such as Pacman, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Sonic the Hedgehog.
During the winter holidays people enjoy celebrating it with their family by either going to see the musical, The Rockettes or the ballet, The Nutcracker. Disney has decided to take the familiar story of The Nutcracker and adapt it for the big screen. Adding a new classic to their holiday films.
At a young age we are taught, that beauty should only be skin deep, and that it shouldn’t be the only trait we value others for. In Disney’s full-length abated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, we learn that true love’s kiss can triumph over the quest of vanity.
What would you do if you inherited a genie and were granted three wishes? Would you let the power corrupt you, or would you use its power to make your dreams come true? Would you be tempted to bend the rules hoping that the genie’s power can warp reality to fit your desires? In the Disney film Aladdin, Aladdin is given that choice to use the genie to earn fame, riches, or the woman of his dreams, a passionate, strong-willed, and fiery Princess.