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Scoob! at Home? Scooby Dooby Don’t: Movie Review

Having Warner Bros. new Scoob! be the first new major release movie in almost a month should be exciting news. Instead, it’s a major animated nightmare. Scoob! is the ho-hum villain under the mask and ...

Onward

Onward to Adventure and Outstanding Heart: Movie Review

Disney and Pixar’s Onward is an adventurous delight that’s going to dazzle your entire family. Don’t be fooled by it’s hokey premise or colourful gloss – this is far superior to your standard animated entertainment. ...

Cats the musical

Movie Review: Cats is a Feline Fiasco

If you’ve read anything about the multiplex this holiday season, you’ve probably heard that Cats is quite the experience. If you haven’t, rest assured Tom Hooper’s adaptation of the once-megabit musical about, well, cats, is ...

Avengers: Endgame

Movie Review: From Avengers: Endgame to Eternity

Avengers: Endgame is a milestone in filmmaking. This movie, as an artwork, is one that will be revered in history books for ages to come. Simply put, it is among the most extraordinary creative works ...

Movie Review: Disney Remakes the Daring Dumbo

Dumbo the Flying Elephant is a rare creature indeed. Few of Disney’s classics have the same recognizability and charm of the 1941 original.

Movie Review: Wonder Park is Woefully Plain

Don’t let the amusing title and bright lights fool you. Wonder Park is a massive missed opportunity to create a shameless and joyful movie. What should have been colourful escapism is instead a boring, creepy ...

Movie Review: The Marvellous Mrs. Captain Marvel

All eyes are on Disney and Marvel studios as they prepare to release the indescribably anticipated Avengers: Endgame next month. Until then, audiences have been offered Captain Marvel – possibly the savoriest appetizer in the ...

king

Movie Review: The Kid Who Would Be King-an uneven Hero’s Journey

There was a brief period in the mid 2000’s where a movie like Joe Cornish’s The Kid Who Would Be King came out nearly every other week.

Mary Poppins Returns

Movie Review: Mary Poppins Returns with More Magic

Anyone looking for the best family movie of the holiday season need look no further. Mary Poppins Returns is an extraordinary amount of fun that carries on the legacy and the magic of what inspired ...

Movie Review: Grindelwald’s Crimes are far from Fantastic

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has a high standard breathing down its neck. Being part of J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world, it belongs to one of cinema’s biggest properties.

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