Plays out like the best version of a shoot em up video game and the cartnoonish and zaniness of Looney Tunes. You must suspend your belief of physics and the reality of gravity but you will be entertained and never a dull moment to take you out of the proceedings. Bullets crashing into each other, bullets curving like it came from a Major League Baseball proceedings, cars that catapult in the air aided by the front hood of others; this would be the greatest film of all time if I was still in high school.
Brie Larson's directorial debut is a experience filled with childlike charm, innocence, and a nice double dose of joy and happiness that shines through the use of costume design, wonderful cinematography, and a strong message of keeping your inner child alive in the face of structures and people who want to force you to be realistic instead of being a dreamer with imagination.
Larson plays Kit, who after failing becoming an career artist, moves back in with her parents and…
Guava Island is a joyful and vibrant experience that showcases the impact and power that music can have for vast amounts of individuals. Donald Glover is dripping with charismatic energy that will cause you to have a smile on your face and is a full showstopper as the main protagonist looking to bring joy back to a island in the form of groovy music. Rihanna and Letitia Wright leave a small imprint but nevertheless bring their soulful and immense energy…
I came into this film being hesitate on my reaction based on me not having any previous knowledge of the character of Captain Marvel. I read my fair share of comic books as a child but I was never really intrigued by the titular character. My interest sparked with the announcement of Brie Larson taking the mantle of being the most powerful superhero in the MCU; also a nice plus to see another female led superhero film to add the…