Review: ‘The Princess’ wants to be ‘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 to be ‘Die Hard’ in a Castle

Summer Catch-Up Review: ‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’ is Ridiculous Musical Fun

Something that I've honestly come to grips with in the past couple of years is that I unabashedly love musicals. When "The Book of Mormon" was making its way through Broadway, I began to pay attention to the genre. Just before then, Rachel and I had reembarked through the Disney classics, reminding me how much … Continue reading Summer Catch-Up Review: ‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’ is Ridiculous Musical Fun

The Surprising Emotions of “Infinity War” and an Exploration of Fatherhood

*THIS POST CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR "AVENGER'S: INFINITY WAR." There are many who look at the MCU as a fairly emotionless world. While characters often "died," many have accused the film franchise as a world with no stakes. Frankly, critics have been pretty spot on about that issue. Look no further than Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg), … Continue reading The Surprising Emotions of “Infinity War” and an Exploration of Fatherhood