Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children gives a tad more depth to the characters but lacks the connections the novel has. Continue reading Flawed Yet Still Very Enjoyable | Review of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ (film)
By Cynthia Ayala
Hello there avid readers. So I have decided to do something completely unprecedented. You know, instead of doing homework and being academically productive, I have decided to take this Columbus Day holiday to be lazy and give myself a day of rest. Because everyone is entitled to a day off every so often right. So this weekend I decided to re-watch Stardust on Netflix. Don’t believe I have a review of it so here we go!
Stardust stars Claire Danes, Michelle Pfeiffer and Charlie Cox as the three main actors of the film. Based on the novel of the same title by Neil Gaiman, the film is a romantic comedy/adventure film about a young man who on his way to capture a fallen star in order to win the hand of the woman he loves. But while this is a romance film, it’s also a film about coming of age, about finding where you belong in the world and where everything fits in. It’s a fun film that received many well deserved reviews. Continue reading “A Look Back at Stardust”
By: Cynthia Ayala
A brilliant and masterful film that has brought new life into the world of X-Men. With an amazing story about finding hope when everything looks hopeless, ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ is sure to captivate everyone’s fancy.
Continue reading “The Perfect Movie to Revamp X-Men | Review of ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’”
By: Eric Eisenberg Despite the fact that it opened at number two here in the States when it first came out (trailing Josh Trank’s Chronicle), the horror flick The Woman in Black was actually a fairly big success. After making $20 million in its first weekend, it went on to score a total of $54 million domestically and $127 million worldwide (not to mention that … Continue reading The Woman In Black Sequel Finds A Director