Over the Moon, the Netflix animated feature co-produced with Pearl Studio, feels like déjà vu. Specifically, it takes me back to the 90s, to the man named Don Bluth.
While at the most part a standard zombie fare, #Alive finds some life through its delving into isolation and loneliness.
My parents used to warn me of the dangers of the jungle. They were avid hikers, so I’d inadvertently find myself wearing track pants and bathed in insect… more
Tomohiko Ito’s animated feature film merges teen rom-com with heady sci-fi that asks some pretty serious questions about youth and humanity.
Ejen Ali: The Movie isn’t just fun and thrilling, but the rare example that franchise-based feature films can challenge and intrigue.
Wira entertains. Wira also frustrates.
Doctor Sleep can be disappointing. But it can also be a poignant exploration of the pasts that haunt us, changing the way we view The Shining.
Is it a serious crime thriller? An offbeat mystery comedy? It’s both, and painfully so.
Stephen King is scary. Stephen King is silly. But most of all, Stephen King understands that the best horror gives you characters to be terrified for. And for this, IT: Chapter 2 mostly works.
Boboiboy: The Movie 2 is the most frustrating movie I’ve watched this year.