A quick review of available feel-good movies on Netflix: Ralph Breaks the Internet, The Perfect Date, The Edge of Seventeen, Oh, Ramona, Ms. Granny, and Post Grad. Ralph Breaks the Internet Geek Rate: Sun god Worthy (4 out of 5 stars) This is part 2 of Ralph’s story. If you don’t know Ralph, he’s this…
In “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse,” I meet again the hero that I look up to since I was a kid.
An astonishing true story based on a book by William Kamkwamba, “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” might have a predictable story with its title, but its message is powerful enough to leave a mark.
A fun-filled film about the depths on how far Star Wars fans will go just to watch the new Star Wars installment, before one of their friends die without seeing it.
A look back in the life inside East Germany, a homecoming, and a reckoning with a past long forgotten.
Imagine a world without Coca-Cola, Harry Potter (gasped) and, yes, The Beatles.
“Toy Story 4” is like a hello and goodbye to your childhood. It was fun, but now we have to hit the road.
It’s the usual Disney style to make a classic animated film and turn it into live action with the single rule of keeping it as close as the original. Aladdin is no exception.
The movie is about a boy named Billy Batson, who was summoned to the Rock of Eternity and was chosen to be a new champion who will fight the Seven Deadly Sins. By speaking the magic word “Shazam!” he turns into this awesome superhero.
We present the list of winners for the 2018 Geek Prize. Best Books of 2018: Ginger Kid by Steve Hofstetter Best TV Series of 2018: Rise Top Movie Pick: Der Untergang Best Book Cover: They Both Die at the End Best Movie Poster: Solo Best TV Show Poster: Legion Best TV Series Intro: Iron Fist…