Mirrorball is full of passion and love for the medium of cinema and is indeed a fitting love letter to La La Land.
Its predictability shouldn’t distract from the enjoyment that the pure cinematic imagination behind the camera elicits. It is a movie of crises both moral and mortal, oozing with CGI, and thoroughly enjoyable.
Disney remakes have often gotten a bad rap for their consistent reliance on the originals and overuse of CGI. However, Mulan is a remake that is able to transcend beyond Disney’s other remakes with a confident and bold earnestness.
Never Have I Ever season 3 is charming and hilarious as it has been in past seasons and still sports a diverse ensemble cast. However, the show doesn’t always treat its marginalized characters that well.
A story of a magical dragon brings great representation for Chinese culture.
Those saying it’s a bad movie simply because it’s bad as a slasher should be reminded that the likes of Jordan and Alexandra often don’t get their tales told, let alone in such major releases helmed by veteran actors like Bacon.
The Sandman features a plethora of LGBTQ+ characters and is openly expressive about it!
The assassins in Bullet Train are quirky, deadly, and diverse. Yet, they all seem to be some type of caricature. While the movie is fun and action-packed, it’s also packed with stereotypes that don’t make for the best representation.
This Agni Kai looks cool and is funny as well!
Everyone needs a BFF and a “wing person” like Yumi (Chloris Li). Li brings the “straight person” persona, literally and figuratively balancing James Aaron Oh’s perfectly timed comedic delivery as the unlucky-in-love.