As a horror buff, I was intrigued by people claiming ‘The Sadness’ was the most disturbing movie they’ve ever seen or to watch with caution. So, I finally put the internet to the test and watched it for myself… to varying results.
There’s enough evidence to insinuate that What We Do in the Shadows is intentionally queer-coded.
Nope succeeds tremendously in dealing with higher concepts in an engaging and highly entertaining manner without sacrificing theme or personality.
The new biopic ‘Elvis’ highlights the beginning and end of the career of this rock and roll legend. The audience is taken on this journey knowing the tragic ending but not so much about what led him there. A large topic of discussion is the influences on Elvis that made him who he was as a singer, musician, and performer, which were blues, gospel, and country. Many of the songs that rose him to fame were songs by Black artists he heard growing up in primarily Black settings.
Yes, “Nope” is definitely about the modern obsession with turning tragedy and horror into a spectacle for people’s enjoyment. But it’s also about the power of looking, who has the right to look, and what happens to those who are looked upon.
‘Hollywood Stargirl’ (2022) is a teen romantic drama film that centers around the title character’s experiences in Los Angeles. This film serves as the sequel to the 2020 film ‘Stargirl’, but unlike the previous film, the events in this movie are shown from the title character’s perspective instead of Leo Borlock’s.
Growing up without a dad, I got a lot of my fatherly advice from the prototypes I saw on the silver screen. It’s these characters and films that gave me a glimpse into a dynamic I had never known but also made me realize that I was missing out. Here are my top 10 paternal films.
‘Don’t Make Me Go’ is what you would expect, Wally and her father, Max, clash tremendously and don’t understand each other. Although, it’s very heartwarming.
Mr. Malcolm’s List is a pleasant promenade through a fantasy Regency-era England filled with people of color. For fans of Bridgerton, this is the PG version of the show, but with completely colorblind casting and a much lighter tone.
This magical reboot introduces a new set of Charmed ones, much to the ire of fans of the original series.