I, Tonya: An Artistic Look at a Controversial Story (95%)

I, Tonya deserves an Olympic gold medal for its successful combination of comedy and drama. The film is based on the life of US figure skater Tonya Harding and the attack on her competitor, Nancy Kerrigan, prior to the 1994 Olympics. Writer Steven Rogers and director Craig Gillespie took an artistic and entertaining approach in telling

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018): Just Another Useless Remake (40%)

The 2018 reboot of The Grinch felt like nothing more than another thoughtless Hollywood remake created with the intentions of capitalizing on an already popular story. The original adaptation, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, was an animated TV special released in 1966. Since it was a TV special, the runtime was approximately 20 minutes and

A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV): A Silly and Surreal Experience (80%)

The Netflix original series A Series of Unfortunate Events artistically captures the bleak yet hilarious world that was first created by Daniel Handler (AKA Lemony Snicket) in his novels. Even though the story focuses on the lives of three orphan children whose parents died in a fire, the casting, art direction, and writing make this show entertaining

A Simple Favor: FAVE! See in theatres! (85%)

A Simple Favor is a captivating mix of mystery, thriller, and comedy that deserves all the praise it is receiving! This movie had me snickering nonstop from start to finish, even though I was still engaged with the thriller plot line. The movie begins with an unlikely friendship forming between Stephanie (Anna Kendrick), a mommy

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