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5 August 2019
What happens when you put The Rock and Jason Statham in a movie together?
2 July 2019
Was the (Phoenix) Force strong with this one?
9 May 2019
Eat your heart out, Jacqueline Wilson!
5 December 2018
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald review - an average follow-up that works hard to worldbuild and set up for the next movie(s)
Two years from returning to the Wizarding World, did the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them live up to expectations?
30 September 2018
Move over BlackkKlansman, here's another period movie that still holds a place in today's society.
5 April 2018
Feeling the Avengers Assemble and Avatar vibes.
24 February 2018
Long live the age of racial diversity in Hollywood.
25 November 2016
We had the Twilight Saga. We had The Hunger Games. We even had Divergent and The Maze Runner. Now, to add to the list of YA (young adult) book-to-screen adaptations is (drum roll please)… Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, based on Ransom Riggs' novel of the same title and directed by Tim Burton, who's known for his gothic, dark movies and adds something fresh to the YA market – it can also be seen to be influenced by various other movies, while largely following the original novel.
23 November 2016
If there was one film that I considered (and still consider) to be unique in plot and setting, it would be The Maze Runner – a 2014 film based on the young adult (YA) dystopia book of the same name by James Dashner, and another YA film in the long line of book-to-film adaptations. I have found that it is similar to the likes of The Hunger Games and the ending comparable to that of The Divergent Series: Insurgent.