Aquaman: the Water is Boiling Hot

Aquaman: Half Hero Half King. All we needed to get us to watch this movie was Jason Momoa on the cover. Literally, that was it. I mean, just look at him. Most of my friends couldn’t care less about Aquaman, especially since we were somewhat brainwashed into thinking that he wasn’t as important as the…

Elite Review: Everyone’s Bloody Guilty

Three teenagers got scholarships to attend a school for the rich and corrupt. Samuel the sweetheart, Nadia the conservative, and Christian the wild card joined the elites and struggled while the rich bullied them. Eventually, they started making friends and changing, somewhat becoming more and more like the people they never thought they would be…

Plan Coeur (the Hookup Plan) Review

Elsa (Zita Hanrot) has been struggling to move on from her ex, Max, who is somewhat a part of her group of friends. Her best girlfriends, Charlotte and Emilie, keep telling her to move on and forget about her past relationship with Max. And when things get a bit frustrating, Charlotte decides to hire an…

The House with A Clock in Its Walls: Tick Tock Humanity

Decades ago, young Lewis Barnavelt had to move into his uncle Jonathan’s strangely decorated house after his parents died in a car crash. He was greeted warmly by his uncle and his neighboring best friend, Florence Zimmerman, and he found a bit of comfort in his uncle’s warmth. However, Lewis noticed strange things around the…

Goosebumps 2: the Horror in the Lack of Jack Black

I won’t lie, I went to see this movie for Jack Black. And boy was I disappointed. Goosebumps 2 is mainly about Slappy the puppet’s revenge. In my honest opinion, Slappy is the ultimate horror, when I was a little child reading Goosebumps, he was the worst. So when two best friends found Slappy and…

Book Talk: A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway

One of my closest friends told me that one of his favorite books was A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. Considering we started a book club recently, we decided to read it together and discuss it as a group one fine morning at a Starbucks. I’ve read a couple of Hemingway’s, and I have only…