What we really need is a sweater and an apple. “100 Dinge” (“100 Things”) tackle the issue facing millennials today: Do we really need all the stuff that we buy online?
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.