Film critic who particularly loves… well… anything actually (unless the movie is bad of course).
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse Of Madness is a movie that, while not horrible by any means, falls short in terms of potentially being something out of the norm for the MCU. It’s even to a point where it keeps going between a Sam Raimi movie and a typical MCU movie throughout the runtime, which made for an outing that is both inconsistent in its execution and lacking in terms of story and character depth.
I will start off by…
The Northman is the equivalent of having a brain-frying fever dream, but in the best way imaginable. It’s a film that not only contains stunning craftsmanship and superb acting, but it also takes certain tropes found in your average, everyday revenge tale and subverts them into something wholly unique.
I will start off by talking about the film from a writing perspective, which is strong stuff all-around. Despite some minor imperfections found in the story and screenplay (which i’ll talk…
The Last Duel might seem like your average, everyday medieval epic on the surface, but at its core, it is a powerful, effective, and well-crafted tale whose themes ring true to today’s times in a haunting, realistic manner.
One of the film’s strongest aspects is its script. Through the excellent work from writers Nicole Holofcener, Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck (the latter two also starring in the film), this film provides the audience with a thought-provoking narrative that tackles gender…
The Green Knight has got to be one of the not only one of my favorite theater experiences of the year, but it is also up there as one of my favorite films of the entire year so far.
For starters, this is a film that makes for not only a mesmerizing experience that captures the essence of the original poem while still being its own entity, but also a superbly-told story that tackles themes such as our search for…