Wonder: Born to Stand Out

When you were born to stand out, stand out. Based on a novel, Wonder by R. J. Palacio, Wonder is a story about a kid named August Pullman discovering that despite his condition and looks, brilliance and a good heart will always be recognized. August “Auggie” Pullman (Jacob Tremblay) grew up in a happy family.…

When We First Met: Photo Booth Time Travels

This is not the kind of movie I’d be watching, but Netflix is good with their “suggested for you” section. So here it is. It started at an engagement party, where Noah (Adam DeVine) was looking at Avery (Alexandra Daddario) lovingly while she was talking about how she first met her fiancĂ©, who was actually…

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

While watching Captain America: Civil War, a huge question came up; one which we all needed an answer to. Will there be a Black Panther movie? Luckily, we got an answer, and it was a really entertaining one. Don’t get me started on how hot. Ages ago, five African tribes fought over a vibranium mine…

The Greatest Showman: Standing Ovation

I finally got to see this movie, which still held a big crowd of audience on a weekday. And what a treat. It was possibly the most fun I’d had in cinemas in a long time. Going in with a friend, I was a bit worried about how this movie would turn out. The turn…

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

And I did not want to leave the jungle. Four kids got into a detention, which was to clean a room that was full of magazines and bowling balls. Then, one of them, the nerd in the group, Spencer, found an old game named Jumanji. Bored out of their minds, the kids decided to give…

Coco: Remember Me

What a masterpiece. This movie has my heart now, and I don’t want it back. ‘Coco’ started the tale after Olaf’s Adventure – for all of you who want to see more of Frozen, go see Coco – and we were introduced to the Rivera family: it began with a happy couple and their daughter…