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Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding's holiday movie is more than a Game of Thrones and Crazy Rich Asians crossover.
The holidays are right around the corner, so who doesn’t love a good rom-com to feel all warm and fuzzy inside? Luckily, Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding’s new film, Last Christmas, might just do the trick.Essentially a girl-meets-boy tale with some mystery and
Because we just can't let it go.
After a six year wait, Frozen’s sequel is finally here! Set three years after the events of the first film, Frozen 2 finds our favorite foursome—Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf—comfortably set in their own lives. But when ravenous elements devastate the entire kingdom
Especially for the true-blue fans!
The Downton Abbey movie has arrived. After a two-year wait since the series ended, fans were finally able to head to theaters to catch the Crawleys and the Downton Abbey staff go back to their old antics.The plot revolves around a royal
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Maleficent's tale as old as time gets a new set of twists and turns to add to its classic magical world in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Taking off from the last film, the sequel starts off with Prince Philipp and Aurora's engagement.
The certified blockbuster hit starring Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo exceeds all expectations.
I’ll be honest: I’m not a fan of romantic films. There are a few I do like (Love Actually, Begin Again, When Harry Met Sally) but it’s been a while since I’ve seen a romance flick that I thoroughly enjoyed—especially a local
Is it the best Spider-Man movie? Maybe not.
“Basically for me a hero has to be somebody who sacrifices or takes chances to help others but still have human traits—still not be perfect.” —Stan Lee on The Larry King show, 2000The events of Avengers: Endgame may have put moviegoers through
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Rocketman is a wonderfully fanciful musical biopic that chronicles the riveting life of music icon Elton John (played by Taron Egerton). Straying from the straight chronological format of a normal biographical film, it makes use of fantasy to depict Elton’s seemingly charmed life
It's the perfect way to celebrate Independence Day!
Bone-tired and grey, Quezon's Game begins with an ill and aging Manuel L. Quezon looking to his wife and asking, "Could I have done more?" The story then flashbacks to a younger Quezon attempting to do exactly just that. Just in time
Sophie Turner shines as the tormented Jean Grey.
If you look up "Dark Phoenix reviews" on Google search, you’ll be jarred by the low Rotten Tomatoes score right off the bat. It’s reportedly the lowest rated X-Men movie, apparently garnering a rating worse than X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Dark
You don't need to be a rom-com fan to love it!
I’ll be honest: I’m not an avid watcher of romantic-comedy flicks. I find them predictable, formulaic, and with repetitive character tropes, considering the amount of movies that come out in this genre every year. Having said that, the Netflix Original film Always
This film is basically a tribute to the franchise we've loved in the past decade.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) culminates in its 22nd movie, The Avengers: Endgame, which finally premieres today after a long wait. It's a three-hour film that promises to answer all our questions and to put our wonders and theories to rest after
Warning: spoilers ahead.
After having recently churned out a few successful rom-coms like Set It Up and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Netflix is once again trying to imprint their mark on the genre with their latest release, Someone Great. A break-up film starring
Noah Centineo is back with a new romantic comedy!
The internet’s boyfriend A.K.A. Noah Centineo is officially back on the small screen for yet another kilig-inducing romantic comedy flick on Netflix. In The Perfect Date, he plays the role of Brooks Rattigan, a senior high school student who tries to fund
Captain Marvel is cool, but that's probably about it.
Summer is just a few months away and it’s the season for blockbuster films yet again. The first superhero film of the year features Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) as Captain Marvel, an ex-US Airforce pilot turned Kree super-soldier. The film is set
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Starring Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, and newcomer Emma Mackey, Netflix's Sex Education tells the story of an awkward and sexually repressed teen who's convinced by the school's resident badass to set up a sex therapy clinic with her. His credentials? A few
Read our review here!
A little known DC hero prior to Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, Aquaman is the origin story of half human, half Atlantean Arthur Curry (played by the unmistakable Jason Momoa). The film begins by recounting Arthur's past, starting
The Fantastic Beasts sequel will have you on the edge of your seat.
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Fresh out of the shower, big-boned Sierra Burgess stares at her pale, freckled face in the bathroom mirror. "You are a magnificent beast," she quips her daily mantra. She doesn't cringe at herself, doesn't recoil, instead she nods and smiles proudly. She
Warning: possible spoilers ahead!
The much anticipated Asian-led Hollywood movie of the year is finally out and it's nothing short of spectacular! True to Kevin Kwan's grandiose and lavish vision, the movie adaptation by Taiwanese director Jon M. Chu proved to be more than just your