Bio: I like movies. I'll fill this in later.
||Always (1989) - May 10, 2019
"There's some really charming, beautiful storytelling here, but I think it suffers from being too faithful a throwback to 40's filmmaking. It's one of those cases where Spielberg's passion for film is too great for his own good. Still, the cast and the charm are worth checking it out."
||Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) - May 09, 2019
"While it's not great, it is a great start. I'm hoping the next Pokémon movie will be bigger and more ambitious. That being said, I have a feeling I'll enjoy this more on a second watch."
||The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (2008) - May 09, 2019
"Whenever I lament the loss of DisneyToon Studios, this is one of the examples I think about. Despite their rocky history, there were awesome artists trying to make the best product they could on a crippling budget and time frame. This is a must-see for anyone who loves the original."
||The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (2000) - May 08, 2019
"Melody is a fun character who creates a great conflict for Ariel. The movie completely misses the opportunity to address the fact that she's treating her daughter the same way her father treated her (maybe even worse, honestly). It would've been really cool to see her and Melody butting heads more, watching that divide build. Instead, they pushed Ariel into a secondary role and kept the whole story benign."
||The Little Mermaid (1989) - May 08, 2019
"It'd been maybe six years since I saw this last? I forgot how much I love it. I may actually love it more now than I ever have. It's such a beautiful little old school love story that does a much better job building its romance than people tend to give it credit these days, and Ariel and Eric are an adorable couple. The film captured the magic of the classic Disney fairy tales and seamlessly brought it into the modern (at the time) era, ultimately launching the Disney Renaissance."
||Avengers: Endgame (2019) - Apr 27, 2019
"Endgame is everything that it needed to be, everything that it should be, and everything that I wanted it to be. This is about as perfect as a Universe film can possibly get. Disney, and specifically Kevin Feige, has cemented himself as one of the most brilliant and passionate filmmakers in history."