If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the value of a movie is incalculable. Pixar, since its inception in the late 80s, has strived to push the boundary of what is thought possible with animated pictures, and WALL-E might just be their greatest triumph yet.

WALL-E is a…


If you’re like me, you probably have very few friends, even less life experience, and trouble with your emotions. So if you are like me, shows like Sex Education (season 3 is out on Netflix, watch it) were fucking golden.

For those who’ve been living under a rock for the…


This week, Daniel Craig’s final outing as iconic spy James Bond was released after being postponed for over a year because of the pandemic. No Time To Die is the fifth CraigBond movie and marks the end of Daniel’s 15-year tenure as Bond, a number bettered by no one (although…


I’m back. And with another bold claim. Calling anything perfect, especially art, is definitely a bold choice. But as always, I can back up my claims.

A while back, I made a list ranking all the live action Disney movies, you can read it here. During that endeavor, I put…


I am done. To be honest, I’ve been done for a few years but I’ve always been able to find something in me to keep going all these years. But I think the era of white-knuckling is done. I’ve got nothing left. …


Peter Benjamin Parker has been around since 1962. In that time, he’s seen a number of depictions on the big screen. There were some treatments in the late 70s that we all collectively agree not to talk about. In 1999 Sony acquired the film rights to arguably Marvel’s most iconic…


Here They Are, Ranked.

Here it is. My first ever listicle. I know people tend to look down on stuff like this but, trust me, it was a lot of work. I watched all 17 live action remakes (so far), and have come up with this handy dandy ranking of all of them. Disclaimer…


Peter Benjamin Parker. Raised in Forest Hills, Queens, NY. High school student, college student, scientist, one-time CEO and billionaire. Oh, also he’s Spider-Man. Spider-Man debuted in 1962, co-created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko as a departure from the general trend that cast teenagers as side-kicks to the main heroes…


Cartoons, moving drawings, computer graphics. These are just some of the various descriptors of animation. And in a way, they are all true. They describe different types of animation. And there are many different types of animation. From the hand-drawn 2D style of the 20th Century to the computer generated…


The title is a bit confusing but hopefully it’ll make sense when I’m done. Before we start, I should probably clarify what I mean by time skips. A time skip, or time jump, is a gap in a story where nothing significant happens. Usually, in movies, it’s accompanied by “x…

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