Klaus Review – A Visually Masterful Netflix Delight (Rating: 7/10)

Two dimensional animation from major studios has been struggling for years in the West. While Japan has a grand tradition of beautiful, complex, cel animated films that is being continued on to great success by artists like Makoto Shinkai and Mamoru Hosoda, Hollywood is dominated by CGI, with Pixar leading the charge. Now that the Disnay department for 2D animation is no more, it seems … Continue reading Klaus Review – A Visually Masterful Netflix Delight (Rating: 7/10)

Christopher Robin Review – Enjoyable And Sincere But Ultimately Forgettable (Rating: 7/10)

I have to admit, I’m getting tired of irony lately. From the smug fourth wall breaking in¬†Deadpool to the internet becoming increasingly self-referential and meaningless with its in jokes, I’ve started to crave sincerity in the media I consume. Characters who mean what they say, an original idea put forward, and most importantly a sense that the people involved in the creation of whatever movie, … Continue reading Christopher Robin Review – Enjoyable And Sincere But Ultimately Forgettable (Rating: 7/10)