Words fail to describe how great Dear Evan Hansen is.[Read more…]
Normally, when you think of a nature documentary, you probably think of the same thing: beautifully composed sweeping shots of nature, accompanied by a grandiose score and a self-serious narration by an older, respectable actor, who is almost always British. This was the type of film I expected when I arrived to see a screening of the latest Disneynature release, “Penguins“.[Read more…]
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”, the third and final installment in the “How to Train Your Dragon” trilogy, is probably the best out of the three films.
Watching “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas” (based on the 1954 film) makes you feel like you’re watching a Norman Rockwell painting come to life. The cast’s talent, mixed with the costumes and sets draws you into the Christmas season of the mid-1950s.