“It’s just a matter of how you look at it,” said one character in Disney’s Christopher Robin. In a way, it feels as though the movie is imploring viewers to tilt their heads, perhaps turn the movie this way and that, for a better picture of its fillings and finish.
About two months ago, I had to say goodbye to my dearest uncle as he succumbed to cancer. His passing happened suddenly. I was nowhere near prepared to… more
What I think of Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle in a nutshell: “They should have named it ‘Story on the Edge of Completion’ instead” Mild spoilers… more
Being Ethan Hunt must be tough. It’s not just the death-defying stunts and the plethora of impossible feats that you’ll have to perform on a constant (daily? Weekly?… more
Watching Skyscraper is a mental exercise in which you’re trying very hard not to think “Die Hard did it better!” Well, Die Hard did do it better, though… more
Can one be unhappy on Happiness Road? The answer is both complicated and simple, depending on who you ask in this movie. The protagonist’s mother (Liao Hui-Jen) would… more
It was somewhere in the middle of Ant-Man and the Wasp that I finally understood why the first film featuring our size-altering superhero had its own avid following…. more
The thing with a broken heart is that whether we like to admit it or not, we have all experienced it one way or another. Personally, my most… more