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Review: ‘The Princess’ Wants Joey King to Go Full ‘Die Hard’ in a Castle

Le-Van Kiet's The Princess is, based on-premise, a very simple film. The storyline is straightforward, and the setting is almost entirely unvarying. Neither of these things are necessarily detrimental to a film if done correctly. Kiet manages to present a tight, if not wholly interesting, final product. Most of the fault for the film's shortcomings … Continue reading Review: ‘The Princess’ Wants Joey King to Go Full ‘Die Hard’ in a Castle

Star Wars Celebration Chicago: Episode IX Trailer

Star Wars Celebration Chicago is in full swing and it wasn’t long before Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and Episode IX director J.J. Abrams released a bit of information that is sure to keep the energy and buzzing high throughout the weekend. While some other topics are buzzworthy, such as the upcoming Disney+ live-action series The … Continue reading Star Wars Celebration Chicago: Episode IX Trailer

2009 In Review: ‘Fanboys’ – A Love Letter To Passionate Fans

There was a period of time between 2005 and 2015 when it seemed like there would be no more Star Wars movies. No film for avid fans to rally around, cheer for, or ultimately berate endlessly. Then, in 2009, a new hope emerged. A long-gestating independent film called Fanboys was released. Most independent films do … Continue reading 2009 In Review: ‘Fanboys’ – A Love Letter To Passionate Fans

1998 in Review: ‘Quest for Camelot’ Features the Middle Ages in Non-Disney Animated Film

Set in Medieval England, Quest for Camelot is an animated telling of what happened following the classic tale of King Arthur and his knights of the round table. As a Warner Bros animated feature, it had the similar styling, visually and musically of many Disney features, though the animation is much less clean. That said, … Continue reading 1998 in Review: ‘Quest for Camelot’ Features the Middle Ages in Non-Disney Animated Film

1998 in Review: ‘A Bug’s Life’ is Now Underrated Despite Jumpstarting Pixar

In the echelons of great Pixar movies, it is sometimes easy to be forgotten, particularly when your stars are the size of, well, bugs. That is the problem that faces A Bug’s Life, Pixar’s sophomore feature. It is a fantastically original movie, simply released at the wrong time. More on that later. As a reminder, … Continue reading 1998 in Review: ‘A Bug’s Life’ is Now Underrated Despite Jumpstarting Pixar