A Decade of Pixar: Incredibles 2 (2018)

Munir: Hello and welcome to a new review in A Decade of Pixar. Today we’re looking into what is perhaps Pixar’s most anticipated sequel, Incredibles 2. Ever since the first one was released in 2004, fans have been clamoring for a continuation of the Parr family’s adventures. After 14 years of waiting, the sequel arrived …

REVIEW: Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

In a summer filled with duds and disappointments – with the occasional hidden gem – Spider-Man: Far From Home is something of a relief, like walking into the air conditioning after being stuck in the sweltering heat of nature’s cruelest season. (Remember when movie theaters literally did that for people?) It’s a fun blockbuster with …

REVIEW: Shaft (2019)

Shaft (not to be confused with Shaft or Shaft) is the type of movie you don’t expect to see anymore. Not only is it a celebration of traditional masculinity that tends to be absent from modern Hollywood’s output until S. Craig Zahler or Jason Statham decide to make a movie, but it suggests that boys …

New Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Arrives

Spider-Man is swinging by to give us a glimpse at a post-Avengers: Endgame world via a new trailer for the highly anticipated sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home. As Peter Parker himself, Tom Holland, warns you before the trailer, there are huge spoilers for Avengers: Endgame, so don’t watch if you haven’t seen it. But if …

REVIEW: Captain Marvel (2019)

Here we are with another entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Following the events of Avengers: Infinity War, MCU fans are impatiently waiting to see what happens next. Before we get to Avengers: Endgame, our last stop is introducing Captain Marvel. During the post-credit scene for Infinity War, we saw Nick Fury make contact with Captain Marvel before eventually …

Shaft Trailer is a Bad Mother… Shut Your Mouth!

The cat that won’t cop out when there’s danger all about is back – or, rather, both of them are. Warner Bros. has released the trailer for Shaft, the sequel to Shaft, which was itself a sequel to Shaft (not to mention Shaft’s Big Score and Shaft in Africa). The story – which is difficult …