The Walk – Movie Review

The Walk Movie ReviewReviewed By Tanisha G.

Before I begin this review, a disclaimer: you may develop a fear of heights after watching this film. I had my heart in my mouth for the entirety of this film! This film narrates the real life story of French man Philippe Petit, the only person in the world to string a wire between New York’s World Trade Center’s Twin Towers and walk it. Set in the 60s and 70s (the actual feat occurred in 1974), Joseph Gordon Levitt plays the titular role who guided by his mentor Papa Rudy (Ben Kingsley) comes up with a mad…Read More

Black Mass – Movie Review

Black Mass Movie ReviewReviewed By Farhan Hassan B.

In 1970s South Boston, the true story of James Whitey Bulger (Jonny Depp), the brother of a state senator William Bulger (Benedict Cumberbatch) and the most infamous violent criminal that South Boston has ever seen, who became an FBI informant in order to take down a mafia family invading his turf. The basic story of the movie is how strange alliance is formed between Whitey and an…Read More

The Intern – Movie Review

The Intern Movie ReviewReviewed By Tanisha G.

Nancy Meyers is back with another film about empowered women but the star of this show is undoubtedly Robert De Niro. First the synopsis: Robert De Niro plays Ben, a widower and retiree who has too much time on his hands. He enrolls himself in a company’s senior intern program and gets picked to assist the young founder of a thriving business, Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway), much to her consternation. Jules, the owner of an up and coming fashion e-commerce website runs an …Read More

Hotel Transylvania 2 – Movie Review

Hotel Transylvania 2 Movie ReviewReviewed By Tanisha G.

The least terrifying and most endearing Dracula is back with his crew of monsters to entertain the young and old alike in Hotel Transylvania 2. Just to refresh everyone’s memory, Hotel Transylvania gave us a glimpse into the “lives” of Dracula (Adam Sandler) and his teenage (she had just turned 118 in the first film, teenager by Vampire standards) daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez), who live in Dracula’s resort in Transylvania catered to the monsters and successfully hidden from humans. On Mavis’ 118th birthday Dracula invites his friends, a motley crew of monsters including Frankenstein (Kevin James), his wife, a …Read More


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