Tag Archives: Angelina Jolie

Eternals (2021) Review

ETERNALS ASSEMBLE!   There is no question that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (better known as the MCU) has been a dominated juggernaut superhero superpower within the cinematic realm; projecting a continuative narrative of a shared cinematic universe of various heroes of men, gods, and monsters told within a fantastical blockbuster spectacle. The success of this lucrative franchise, of which that

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Come Away (2020) Review

AN OVERSTUFFED AND PREPLEXING ORIGIN TALE OF SORTS   The stories of both Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland have been beloved tales for generations to hear about; conjuring up imaginative fantasies of courageous adventures in Neverland and bizarre wonders in Wonderland. Throughout the years, the tales written by author / playwright J.M. Barrie and author Lewis Carroll have enchanted

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Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019) Review

TWICE UPON A DREAM   In 2014, Walt Disney Studios, following the success of their live-action reimagines of Alice in Wonderland and Oz, the Great and Powerful, released Maleficent; a new twist on the classic fairy tale story of Sleeping Beauty. Loosely inspired by the iconic original fairy tale by Charles Perrault and Walt Disney’s 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty,

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Kung Fu Panda 3 Review

THE KUNG FU AWESOMENESS RETURNS   Back in 2008, DreamWorks Animation released their newest animated feature Kung Fu Panda, a tale that’s mixed martial karate, Chinese ascetic mythos, and hilarious cartoon frivolities. The movie, which was well received from critics and moviegoers, went on to gross over $630 million at box-office, became the highest grossing animated movie that year, and

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Maleficent Review

NOT EXACTLY ONCE UPON A DREAM   (One of my old reviews from my previous movie blog) Over the last several years, a resurgence of fairy tales stories has caught the stardust eyes of Hollywood with studios reimaging these classic tales into feature films. 2010’s Alice in Wonderland was the first, presenting a sequel to the original Lewis Carroll classic.

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