Monthly Archives: December 2017

Review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Surprisingly, I actually enjoyed this Star Wars movie! Despite the negative fan reception, The Last Jedi possesses all the ingredients to a worthwhile movie: a functional story, meaningful stakes and a compelling conflict.

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Review: The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water is fantastic, in every sense of the word. It captures my imagination in ways I didn’t anticipate, and then some. It is, as del Toro described, an ode to cinema, beauty, and love.

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Sexual Abuse

I think it’s time I explored the nuances and challenges of these sexual abuse allegations, and illustrate the thought process behind my revelations.

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Review: Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You!

Obviously, Pokemon movies aren’t exactly a paragon of artistic depth, nor are they supposed to be. But sitting with an audience of young children who are talking over the movie, I’m left with the impression that the movie fails on a functional level.

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Review: Thor: Ragnarok

Marvel. The word itself inspires a sense of awe and wonder, signifying something that is both challenging and intriguing. But awe alone is not enough to carry a superhero movie; just look at Batman v. Superman. For Marvel Studios, the success

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