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Mortal Kombat Review: A Faithful and Brutal Reboot!

When it comes to fighting games, two series have defined the video game genre. The first is none other than Street Fighter while the other is the gruesome yet extravagant Mortal Kombat. Since 1992 Mortal Kombat has captured the enjoyment of many gamers, and the series has branch into other mediums such as comics and […]

Godzilla vs. Kong Review: A Monster of a Spectacle!

In 2014 a legend returned from the depths. The colossal icon Godzilla came back to the big screen in a new blockbuster from Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures. While the film played homage to the kaiju it also became the focal point to a new cinematic universe known as the Monsterverse. This continuity would not […]

Nobody Review: Twisted, Brutal and Simply a Blast!

When thinking of action heroes, the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger always come to mind. A name that does not strike this moniker is actor and comedian Bob Odenkirk. Among his versatile resume, Odenkirk’s most notable role is on the hit television series Breaking Bad as well as its the series spin-off Better […]

Justice League Review: Justice is Served in this Cinematic Masterpiece!

Three years ago, a team of superheroes united on the big screen. The Justice League, DC Comics iconic team, made their debut in the 2017 blockbuster that continued the events of Man of Steel and Batman v.Superman: Dawn of Justice. It should have been a triumphant moment for the filmmakers and fans alike, but the […]

Raya and the Last Dragon: Disney Film is a Delightful Journey!

In the realm of Disney, the studio have created a variety of magical worlds. From enchanted kingdoms to whole new worlds, the house of mouse have enticed moviegoers with a number of magical realms and it is a concept that the studio utilizes even to this day. This is certainly the case with the studio’s […]

Wonder Woman 1984 Review: Refreshing and Wondrous!

In this age of superhero movies, many characters have graced the silver screen such as the King of Atlantis Aquaman or the once unknown Guardians of the Galaxy. Yet among these characters is in fact one of the most iconic heroes of all time: Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman has been a cornerstone for comic books for years, and has played a major role in pop culture with various appearances on televisions as well as video games. The heroine finally made her live action debut in Batman v.Superman: Dawn of Justice which led to her getting her own movie in 2017. Now the warrior princess is back in the new blockbuster Wonder Woman 1984. Directed by Patty Jenkins (director of the first film), Wonder Woman 1984 is as much a prequel as it is a sequel as it centers on the heroine’s time in the 1980s. The movie certainly took its time getting to theaters as it was originally supposed to arrive on November 2019, but was pushed back to June 2020. However, due to a global pandemic, the movie left the summer and was slated to debut in the fall-only for the movie to be pushed back yet again. So, at long last, the movie has arrived in not just in theaters but also on Warner Bros’ streaming service:,HBO Max. With all these delays, one could only hope that this sequel would live up to the hype; and after seeing the movie for myself, it is in this Film Adventurer’s opinion that Wonder Woman 1984 did not go as expected-but that is a good thing.

Digimon Adventure-Last Evolution Review: A Solemn Conclusion!

Over the years there have been many animes to resurface in the confines of pop culture. Among these titles is none other than the popular franchise known as Digimon. What started off as virtual pet became a major franchise with a variety of shows, games and movies to its name. While the series continued in Japan, Digimon’s time in the states had been all but over as the franchise quietly left the limelight. That was until 2016 when the series made its international return with Digimon Tri. Tri was a series of six films that told the story of the original DigiDestined reuniting with their digimon partners. The series had its up and downs but one of things that surprised me was that Tri did not serve as ending to the original adventure. Well it seems that a conclusion was inevitable as it comes in the form of the new movie Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. Directed by Tomohisa Taguchi, Last Evolution serves as a finale to the original show as well as marking the 20th Anniversary to series itself. The film came out in Japan back in February and was scheduled to be seen in theaters this past March. However, due to a certain pandemic, plans of the film’s release changed and after a few delays the movie finally arrived on digital platforms. Now that it is out on both digital and blu-ray, I finally got a chance to see the new movie and while it may not have been what I was hoping Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution was certainly a noteworthy conclusion.

Honest Thief Review: Neeson Action Flick is a Typical, yet Endearing, Thriller.

Liam Neeson has certainly had a notable career. From playing a Jedi Master to a Lego with a split personality, the Irish actor has had many noteworthy roles over the years and tends to stand out no matter what part he plays. One genre that Neeson continues to make a name for himself in is that of action movies. Neeson is no stranger to blockbusters but his presence does not give off the vibe of that of an action star. However, the actor has managed to make the leap into the genre as the likes of the Taken trilogy have proven to be successful. Now Neeson is at it again with a new action thriller called Honest Thief. Directed by Mark Williams, Honest Thief takes a different turn for Neeson’s action tenure as the actor plays a former criminal. Seeing the trailer this new movie looked to be just another action flick starring Liam Neeson, and after seeing this crime thriller for myself I can that Honest Thief is indeed just that-though that was not that it was a bad thing.

Tenet Review: An Immersive Spectacle!

If there is one filmmaker who is an innovator to his craft it would be none other than Christopher Nolan. For over a decade the acclaimed filmmaker has made some of the most memorable blockbusters (not to mention some of my favorite films) like Inception and The Dark Knight Trilogy, and each of his films bring a sense of style to their respected genres. Now Nolan is back with a new twist filled blockbuster by the name of Tenet. Much like Inception, Tenet takes a known genre like spy movies and blends with a surreal concept such as time travel. Originally the movie was supposed to be released in July, just in time for the tenth anniversary of Inception, but the global closure of theaters prevented it from making its that date and so the film was move to start the fall season. Regardless of when the film came out, seeing what Nolan had in store for Tenet was enough for me to check out this blockbuster-and the movie did not disappoint.

Trolls World Tour Review: Dreamworks Sequel Misses The Beat.

When it comes to Dreamworks the animation studio has had its share of successful series like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon. However, in recent years the studio has had difficulty establishing a new franchise that can live up to Dreamwork’s more popular series; well that was case until a few years ago when Dreamworks released Trolls: a movie based on the classic toy line. In a way Trolls took Dreamworks back to its roots by being an energetic musical and though it may not have been groundbreaking the film certainly made an impression by being an enjoyable experience. Needless to say, Dreamworks found success with the 2016 feature and with it came a new franchise for the studio. After a few television specials the colorful creatures would make a cinematic return in the new film: Trolls World Tour. Directed by Walt Dohrn, Trolls World Tour continues the adventure of Poppy and Branch by expanding the world of trolls. A sequel for Trolls was not unwarranted as there was plenty to explore in this zany world, and that idea alone was enough to get me interested to check out the new film. After seeing it for myself, I can say that Trolls World Tour brings the music-but it falls flat in certain areas.

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