The Significance of Serenity

Serenity is a 2019 psychological thriller starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway. At first glance, the movie is exactly as advertised: Karen Zakarias (Anne Hathaway) tries to solicit her ex-husband, Baker Dill (Matthew McConaughey) to kill her current husband so she and her son can get away from his abuse. Like any thriller, things get… Continue reading The Significance of Serenity

Just a karaoke show?

For those who may not know, this is Alejandro Aranda. He was the runner up on this season of American Idol. After the finale last week, The Washington Post published an article about why he didn’t win it all, and they implied that Katy Perry accidentally pointed out the reason why in her comments. After… Continue reading Just a karaoke show?

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

Grown up and disenchanted by the world of Pokémon, Tim Goodman (Justice Smith) reluctantly helps a talking Pikachu (Ryan Reynolds) solve the mystery of his past. In a word, this movie is nostalgic. Anyone who grew up with Pokémon is going to love it; the world everyone wished existed is finally real. Pokémon GO! doesn’t… Continue reading Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

Avengers: Endgame

After the Infinity War left the world in ruins, the surviving Avengers have to undo the actions of Thanos to restore order to the universe. Despite this movie picking up where the last one left off, it’s not necessary to have seen Avengers: Infinity War before seeing this one, which is nice. What happened is… Continue reading Avengers: Endgame

It’s not nonsense

John, you’re right It’s good to know you’re bright For intellect can wash away confusion Georgie sees And Annabel agrees Most folderol’s an optical illusion Can You Imagine That?, Mary Poppins Returns If you thought my Mary Poppins Returns posts were done, well, honestly, so did I. Unfortunately – or fortunately, depending on how you… Continue reading It’s not nonsense