I’ve always wanted to watch this film as the trailer engaged and cracked me up a lot. Then I saw it on my computer and really enjoyed it. So, without further ado, let the critique begin. I’ll start off with the strengths. 1: The humor I cannot keep track of how many times I’ve laughedContinue reading “Let’s Get Kicking with This Critique of “Early Man” (2018)”
Many years have passed since Mary Poppins has left the Banks family. Michael and Jane are now adults. Michael is widowed and has three children: John, Annabel, and Georgie. Jane hangs out in the house too. Michael is at risk of losing his house. While his kids are in the park, Mary Poppins flies downContinue reading “Imagine the Impossible… Review of “Mary Poppins Returns” (2018)”
Based on C.S. Lewis’s novel, the first Narnia movie, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, focuses on four siblings, the Pevensies. There’s Peter the oldest. Then there’s Susan, probably close to Peter’s age. There’s Edmond, who seems drawn to his father that’s fighting in the Second World War. And then there’s Lucy, the youngest and the most naïve. She is that typical little kid who annoys her older siblings.
Everyone who is familiar with “Harry Potter” knows that a young wizard or witch can start Hogwarts when he or she is 11 and is expected to attend 7 years there. That means that by the time a student reaches his or her 6th year, he or she will turn 17 either during the school year or summer.
The live-action Disney classic, “Mary Poppins” is beloved by many. Julie Andrews had an amazing voice. Dick Van Dyke had his sense of humor. The songs were, for the most part, good. One time I viewed it after many years, though, it didn’t please me as much as before. Although it engaged me, much ofContinue reading “Let the Review Get Written Down… In the Most Honest Way: “Mary Poppins” (1964)”
Sixteen-year-old Kirsty Matthews attends an assembly with her school, where a celebrity chef named Caroline Connelly announces a healthy cooking class for students. She learns more about the program as students ask Caroline different questions related to it. She unintentionally signs up for it as well as gets in a little drama with a boyContinue reading “Review of Book, “Cooking with Caroline” by Katharina Marcus”