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…

Hereditary: Heads Off

They said it was worth seeing, so I decided to give this a go. Well, Hereditary, well played. Well played. I was questioning my sanity for awhile during the movie, and even a tiny, harmless noise of plop could send me running out of the theater. I did not run out of the theater, just…

Movie Review: Bloody, Used Death Note

Netflix decided to remake Death Note, and people lost their minds. Don’t laugh. In Seattle, a teenager named Light Turner found a book called Death Note. After witnessing his classmate being harassed and being bullied himself, he was angry at the way the world ignored violence and harassment done to innocent people. Then during detention,…

Movie Review: the Hitman’s Bodyguard

Boy oh boy. Did I have too much fun laughing during this movie or what?! The Hitman’s Bodyguard came out of nowhere, and I loved it. Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson together are gold. The story is about two enemies, a bodyguard Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds) and a hitman Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson),…

Train to Busan: Hide and Seek

By Devina It is impressive as it is laughable. We meet a conflicted Fund Manager, whose name I can’t remember, who wants to take his only daughter Su-Ahn to Busan because she wants to see her mother on her birthday. He’s not a very good father, he misses her important moments and doesn’t know what…

Eye in the Sky: Bread on the Ground

by Devina Welcome to one of the most morally confusing cinematic experiences ever. Now, if you wanna hear Professor Snape talking – which was why I agreed to seeing this movie, go see it. You will go “oooh” and “aah” listening to him say anything. So we are introduced to Operation Egret, a group of…