Story Rating: 4/5 Superversive Rating: In One Word: Twisty! Short Thoughts: This is how to do a CGI out of a video game. It's like fan-service, but with Pokemon, and a really good story to carry it. The only weak point the movie has, in my opinion, is the human main character. I think … Continue reading Detective Pikachu – movie review
Story Rating: 3/5 Superversive Rating: 0/5 In One Word: Matriarchy Short Thoughts: Just because Crazy Rich Asians has an Asian cast, doesn't mean this romantic comedy escapes all the usual tropes. It's fun enough if you liked that kind of thing. It's entertaining and has it's good moments. But for me, the more I thought … Continue reading Crazy Rich Asians – movie review
Story Rating: 5/5 Superversive Rating: 0/5 In One Word: Frustrating Short Thoughts: I haven't watched much in the horror genre, so I really didn't like the twist at the end, or the character not listening to my instructions, (smh) But I'm thinking that's because of the genre rather than the story. However I did very … Continue reading The Head Hunter – movie review
Story Rating:3/4 Superversive Rating: 4/5 In One Word: Nonseasonal Short Thoughts: A perfectly passable children's movie. It's somewhat simple story, straight forwards, and pacing seems a bit fast. It's nothing near the excellently crafted Chicken Run - that one's a classic for a reason. The characters were amusing, if odd, the humor was... lol interesting. … Continue reading Early Man – movie review
Story Rating: 3/5 Superversive Rating: 2/5 In One Word: Crisis Short Thoughts: The monster parts are great! I got super hyped when the original music comes in. YESSSS!!! You can never fully replace two men in rubber suits wrestling, however, seeing the Kaiju in beautiful CGI is pretty epic. However, too many human characters, and … Continue reading Godzilla King of the Monster – Why you can’t replace a sci-fi with a mediocre thriller.
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"Some kids need groups, some are perfectly fine on their own. And some find the things no one else sees." I'm gearing up for a very exciting project, and I'm inviting you to get in on it early. Are you a fan of Adventures Time, fairytales, and little girls on BIG adventures? Then you're going … Continue reading The Marymae Project!