A man named Usnavi de la Vega narrates to his four children about his life in Washington Heights, 10 years ago. The next scene cuts to different shots of New York City as well as the opening number, called “In the Heights,” followed by the title sequence. Usnavi introduces many people that he has encounteredContinue reading “Review of “In the Heights” (2021)”
The story begins in 1998, when a teenage LeBron James plays on his Gameboy, only for his coach to make him focus on basketball, which LeBron eventually agrees to. Years later, LeBron has a family, including a 12-year-old son named Dom who yearns to pursue computer coding. He has created a video game that wasContinue reading “Review of “Space Jam: A New Legacy” (2021)”
I bet you are not surprised by my question. A lot of the adults in the “Harry Potter” universe are portrayed as much older – at least by 10 years, if not, more. The most obvious ones are Harry’s parents, Lily and James. If you have read or watched either seventh installment (part 1 inContinue reading ““Harry Potter” Mystery: Does J.K. Rowling Really Know What 20-Somethings Look Like?”
Ten years ago (in the movie), a young boy named Norville Rogers (a.k.a, Shaggy) walks down Los Angeles. Desperate for a friend, he meets a talking-puppy, who calls himself Scooby. A cop almost penalizes Shaggy for taking a stray dog with him… until Shaggy “reveals” Scooby’s middle name. The officer lets him go.