Let’s Get Down To Business: Mulan Review (1998)

With Mulan currently being a hotbed of discussion, we look back to a simpler time when it was less about monetisation and more about animation. Towards the end of the 90s, Disney had completely redefined its animated films. Instead of having a lead character that was white and conventionally beautiful, Disney had a renaissance in which they made revolutionary animated films with non-white leads. It … Continue reading Let’s Get Down To Business: Mulan Review (1998)

20 Years Later: Coyote Ugly

Known for its iconic karaoke song, Can’t Fight the Moonlight, Coyote Ugly has become a cult classic with a major following since it came to cinemas 20 years ago. During the initial release, the movie was a box office success but gained mixed reviews. Many critics were torn on whether the film was simply for the male gaze or whether it was actually providing some … Continue reading 20 Years Later: Coyote Ugly

Better than the original? True Grit Review

For many, the thought of someone else filling John Wayne’s shoes seems impossible. Wayne is the ultimate cowboy, and no one could fill that right? That was until Jeff Bridges took over his part of Rooster Cogburn in the Coen brothers’ remake of True Grit in 2010, which was nominated for ten academy awards and was well received by critics with 96% on Rotten Tomatoes. … Continue reading Better than the original? True Grit Review

5 of the best animes on Netflix

As you can imagine, Netflix had the worst animes during the start of the streaming series. The only ones you could watch were the shows rejected by Crunchyroll and Funimation. Thankfully, Netflix has begun to step up its game and host magnificent shows with some original content as well. Here are five of the best animes available for you to binge on Netflix. The Disastrous … Continue reading 5 of the best animes on Netflix

The Princess Switch Review

Everyone loves a good switch in a movie that changes up the status norm. Add Christmas into that mix and you get The Princess Switch. Starring Vanessa Hudgens in a duel-role as talented baker Stacy DeNovo and soon to be princess Lady Margaret Delacourt. The two decide to switch places for 2 days as they realise they are the spitting image of each other.  It … Continue reading The Princess Switch Review

10 Years Later: The Expendables

A film full of beloved male action stars is commonplace in Hollywood movies now, and it all began with The Expendables. Co-written, directed and starring everyone’s favourite Italian Stallion Sylvester Stalone, The Expendables follows a group of elite mercenaries tasked with a mission to overthrow a South American dictator whom they soon discover to be a mere puppet controlled by a ruthless ex-CIA agent. Paying … Continue reading 10 Years Later: The Expendables