“Halloween Ends” is a slap in the face to the entire John Carpenter franchise and its fans. The movie is a waste of time and energy.
The “Dragon Ball” franchise’s latest movie outing, “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” is a love letter to fans of one of their greatest story arcs. Focusing on the relationship between Gohan, voiced by Kyle Herbert, and Piccolo, voiced by Christopher Sabat, the movie further delves into the importance of their relationship.
Netflix’s “Holidate” is a good movie to watch if there’s no new interesting options. It is however a little predictable and has some obvious punch lines. This film is about two individuals who are tired of being single on holidays.
“Run” had the potential to be an exciting quarantine movie with a crazy twist, unfortunately this thriller was anything but unpredictable. But with many plot holes and extreme predictability, the acting stands out as spectacular.
Disney’s 2020 remake of the animated classic “Mulan” is a rushed film that does nothing for fans of the original, nor for people who were hopeful for something new. The film tries to take a new direction but is constantly held back by the changes made.
Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures released the action packed thriller “The Hunt” on video-on-demand, giving audiences something fun to watch while home. COVID-19 has changed the way audiences consume media so some companies are giving their movies a chance to survive by releasing them online. “The Hunt” is among these movies.
The Angels of Townsend Agency make a comeback with Elizabeth Bank’s “Charlie’s Angels,” but it doesn’t live up to the expectations of fans of the original 2000 movie.
“Last Christmas” is a good movie that brings unique ideas to the romantic-comedy genre, but it doesn’t justify paying to see it in theaters. Viewers should wait to stream it with family during the next holiday season instead.
“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” is an adventurous, special-effects-driven and revealing leap back into the wizarding world of J.K. Rowling.
By Juan Calvillo Michael Myers and Laurie Strode return for a slasher that rewrites the history of the “Halloween” franchise into something fun and forward thinking. Acknowledging only the 1978 horror movie that started the franchise, 2018’s “Halloween” continues the struggle between the boogeyman Myers and the object of his murderous obsession, Strode. From the onset, this film gives longtime fans of the horror genre the sense of nostalgia, using…