Tag Archive "adventure"

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming a happy event – Movie Review

It’s hard to walk into a superhero movie these days expecting anything easygoing or optimistic. But the review and the reality is unquestionable. Spider-Man: Homecoming is the most fun you will have at the multiplex ...

Movie Review: The Mummy’s a Messy Monster

There are so many confusing and disappointing parts to the new reboot of The Mummy it’s difficult to describe. While it’s a pathetic story and a glamorous CGI horror trip, it’s also a fun (albeit ...

Movie Review: Wonder Woman’s a True Winner

Wonder Woman isn’t only the best superhero movie and blockbuster of the year. It also might be one of the most important superhero films ever made, and it’s possibly one of the best, period. Regardless ...

Movie Review: Pirates 5 Sinks to New Lows

There aren’t many film series where a fifth installment is anything more than a desperate grab at the audience’s wallet. But Disney’s latest seafaring extravaganza Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is ...

Movie Review: Snatched is a Mother’s Day Disaster

It’s crude, it’s shallow, it’s lazy and stupid. And yet somehow, the new wannabe adventure comedy Snatched is supposed to be the choice in theatres to celebrate Mother’s Day. Instead, it’s cinematic catastrophe. The so-called ...

Theatre Review: Senza Luce is a Sensational Light

It’s rare to find a new, completely original story in contemporary musical theatre. But there’s a blessing in Oakville with Senza Luce, and it’s world premiere production now playing at Sheridan College’s Trafalgar Campus. The ...

Movie Review: Furious 8 is Loud and Proud

If it’s awesome action and great popcorn munching you’re after, here it is. The Fate of the Furious, the latest Fast and Furious movie, has everything its fans are craving. Exploding cars, cool buds hanging ...

Movie Review: New Smurfs are Nothing Special

In the crowded Animation genre, most movies try to be as loud and grandiose as they can hoping to stand out. Smurfs: The Lost Village, happily does the opposite, and is a gentle, simple movie ...

Kong: Skull Island Skips the Subtlety

Enormous in size and difficult to describe, Kong has a presence that’s impossible to ignore. His latest movie, Kong Skull Island, is a visually remarkable film that echoes the highs and lows as it’s 1933 ...

Movie Review: Logan’s Legacy at Last Complete

Visceral, violent, and vitally important, Logan (the newest X-Men adventure) is boldly different from multiple genres and infectiously dynamic. It’s a masterpiece to behold with it’s beautiful scenery and acting, and most of all, a ...

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