Mulan Review

Mulan Review

I’ve been saying that Disney is just being ridiculous with their live action remakes, it started off as a cool thing, but has now become too much. Not every movie needs to be made into “live action” (Looking at you Lion King). I also feel they made a huge mistake with making this film a digital purchase, it had a lot of blockbuster potential and could’ve paved the way for more female lead Disney movies. Continue reading “Mulan Review”

Extraction Review

Extraction Review

With nothing new coming out right now, it was a refreshing feeling to have something new come out. The days of Chris Hemsworth being Thor are numbered and none of us are prepared for that day. However, he’s going to be a staple in action films for years to come and we have at least that to look forward to!. Continue reading “Extraction Review”

Jawaani Jaaneman Review

Jawaani Jaaneman Review

Don’t watch a lot of Bollywood movies now a days but figured since nothing new is out I’d give one a shot. It was a coming of age story where a guy gets a huge reality check from his party lifestyle and now needs to take responsibility for past mistakes. It’s a subject we’ve seen before and in all honesty wasn’t anything different.

So it was a lighthearted movie which was mainly funny and wasn’t overly emotional for most of the movie. The growth for the main character and his long lost daughter was nicely done and was realistic. It showed that it’s the connections and relationships with the people around us that truly matter and bring out the best in us.

As I’ve mentioned, we’ve seen this movie before. There were a lot of cliché moments for a story like this and most of the side characters were lost or unnecessary. There were plenty of moments of unnecessary conflicts. Plus, when the baby momma came back, she was painfully unlikeable!

It’s an easy watch, but very forgettable. I give this a6/10


  • Main characters relationship growth
  • Mostly funny and enjoyable
  • Throwback to classic songs


  • Nothing special
  • Plenty of forgettable characters
  • We’ve seen this story before

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge Review

The original Mortal Kombat movie is one of the truest video game adaptations when looking at the source material. Mortal Kombat itself never had much substance till the movie came out, believe it or not before the movie Kano was portrayed as an American character. But there hasn’t been an adaptation or Mortal Kombat since (Annulation is an abomination and it doesn’t exist!) till now and this was fun! Continue reading “Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge Review”

Onward Review

Onward ReviewTheatres are closed and I was really looking forward to watching Onward but won’t get a chance to. However, thankfully Disney allowed this go to digital basically right away and I am so glad they did! Majority of Pixar movies besides Coco and Inside Out have been sequels so it was great to see an original story again and it was a great one! Continue reading “Onward Review”

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