Uncharted film review (2022)

There are some cool set pieces, especially the expeditions they go on searching for lost treasure, which remind me of the Uncharted games. Tom Holland does his best as well, but ultimately, none of these performances do the characters justice, and the story doesn’t feel like it’s honoring the game series due to poor writing. Let’s get right to it, shall we? Personally, the Uncharted … Continue reading Uncharted film review (2022)

Every Marvel Cinematic Universe film, ranked

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has provided not only some of the best superhero films I’ve ever seen, but some of my favorite movies of all time, period. It’s hard to rank them, but here is every MCU film ranked from worst to best. Before 2008’s Iron Man, there were some solid superhero films, such as Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, the first two X-Men movies, and … Continue reading Every Marvel Cinematic Universe film, ranked

Spider-Man: No Way Home film review (2021)

Spider-Man: No Way Home is full of fan service, but it’s actually handled with purpose and honor. It opens up a number of questions, but it never feels confusing, rushed, or crowded. It’s everything I wanted it to be and more, delivering one of the greatest adventures in the MCU and Tom Holland’s best turn as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Well, I finally saw Spider-Man: No Way … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home film review (2021)

4 predictions/theories for Spider-Man: No Way Home

After a wait that seemingly took forever, the first official teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home is here. I already had some theories and predictions for it, but I have even more now after watching the first look. It goes without saying that I’m incredibly excited for Spider-Man: No Way Home. In fact, it’s my most anticipated film of the year for a number … Continue reading 4 predictions/theories for Spider-Man: No Way Home

Cherry film review (2021)

Although an incredible performance from Tom Holland, The Russo Brothers’ latest effort is overwhelmingly disjointed, has horrible pacing, and it feels more like a series of stories instead of a focused one, which never grab at you and make you feel invested. I was pretty high on this one prior to its release. After seeing The Russo Brothers’ recent track record (Captain America: The Winter … Continue reading Cherry film review (2021)

Onward movie review (2020)

Onward slightly lacks some of the magic Pixar usually brings, but it’s beautifully animated and it tells a touching story about family that everyone will enjoy. Pixar continues to roll with these original stories and as a fan for so many years, I can’t really complain since, at this point, the company can virtually do no wrong. There have been some slight disappointments throughout the … Continue reading Onward movie review (2020)