Advertisements Sometimes, especially as a geek, people insist that certain movies are must-sees. And I am notoriously bad at watching movies, so let’s talk about some of these must-see movies I haven’t seen.
Advertisements I was scrolling through Letterboxd and the upcoming films and a few caught my eye, so I decided to share them.
Advertisements Since I subscribed to HBO Max for other content, I decided to watch the 20th-anniversary special film for Harry Potter. After having been away from the fandom for a while, here is what it was like to return to Hogwarts.
Advertisements Mental health and movies have a tempestuous relationship. Often times depictions are very inaccurate or stereotyped. But there are some films worth watching that portray mental health accurately and respectfully.
Advertisements The Half of It is a new coming-of-age movie on Netflix about an introverted girl who helps a football player write love letters to his crush and the love story goes awry.
Advertisements Knives Out is a new film from Rian Johnson about the mystery of a novelist’s death and the many motives of the people in his life. An inquisitive detective is anonymously hired to join the case which leads to a complex mystery full of secrets and comedy.
Advertisements About a year ago I did the TV Show Tag and I was wondering why there wasn’t a movie version as far as I knew. Well, that changes today!
Advertisements This is a spoiler free review, as the best part of a murder mystery is the whodunnit. While everyone was out watching Thor or waiting for Justice League, I went and saw the latest representation of the Queen of Crimes best-selling novel, Murder on the Orient Express. As someone who knows the story pretty […]
Advertisements Let’s talk about Merida, the true first familial love story by Disney
Advertisements TED Talks are a universally known series of talks on a large variety topics. I have seen many, many TED talks, but I wanted to see what talks existed around common topics in geeky land.