After lifting the curse of eternal winter in Arendelle, Queen Elsa now
rules the kingdom and enjoys a joyful life with her sister, Princess Anna.
Despite this, Elsa finds herself oddly unsettled. A strange, mysterious voice
continuously calls Elsa, keeping her awake and inviting her to an enchanted
forest that her father mentioned long ago. Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven
all embark on a journey, following the mysterious voice into the unknown. In
the enchanted forest, they are revealed to the truth behind the kingdom of
Arendelle, their family’s past, and the origin of Elsa’s extraordinary, magical
powers. Frozen 2 showcases the adventures of Elsa, Anna, and their friends in
the ancient, enchanted woods as they seek to find long-awaited answers and save
their kingdom once and for all.
Frozen 2 is an excellent movie and ranks among one of my favourite Disney films. After watching the first movie, I had high expectations proceeding to watch the sequel, and they were met. It was a sequel worth the wait and had a compelling storyline. Compared to the first movie, this film touched upon many deeper themes and showed growth and maturity within the characters. Though I felt that at certain points, the plot seemed to be all over the place, the movie wrapped up nicely. My favourite part of the movie was the range of absolutely stunning visuals. The scenery was precise and detailed throughout the entire film. Such as great film for younger and older audiences to enjoy.
Boat repairman and
former philosophy professor, Frank Adler is raising his seven-year-old niece
Mary by himself in a small town in Florida. Frank has been a guardian to Mary
since she was first born and when her mother, Frank’s sister, committed
suicide. Just like her mother, Mary is a genius and has shown remarkable
mathematical talent, but Frank hopes she can have a chance at a normal
childhood, unlike his sister. After years of homeschooling, Frank decides to
enroll Mary in a public school for first grade, and on her first day, her
teacher is impressed by her incredible mathematical abilities. The school’s
principal suggests that she should be transferred to a school for gifted
students, but Frank declines. Mary’s controlling grandmother eventually gets an
insight into the situation and hopes to gain custody of Mary and move her to
Massachusetts as she believes that Mary should dedicate her life to
mathematics, just like her mother. Frank and his mother get into a legal battle
over her custody, with his mother wanting to force Mary to complete her
mother’s project and Frank wanting to give Mary the life her mother never
I thoroughly enjoyed watching this film as it was gripping and kept my attention throughout. Chris Evans, who plays Frank, and McKenna Grace, who plays Mary, have amazing chemistry and showcased wonderful acting, which made the movie very enjoyable to watch. The math scenes were my favourite as they were beautifully and simply portrayed without lots of exaggeration. Gifted is truly a heartwarming film that many will enjoy!
movie Frozen 2, directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, is about
an ice queen named Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel), discovering some hidden
secrets in the enchanted forests, or what she called the “unknown”. Elsa, her
sister Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell), and her friends Olaf, Christoff, and Sven
go searching for the mysterious voice that has been calling out to her. Elsa
soon discovers the hidden secrets of her families’ past and discovers her most
Frozen 2 is a continuation of the first Frozen movie. I would recommend someone who is planning on watching this movie to watch the first movie of Frozen. Frozen 2 is a very good family movie. It has some humour and a lot of drama. There are also a lot of songs and singing in the movie. The songs are very nice, but in my opinion, I feel like there was a bit too much singing. Many of the songs were unneeded and took over a large part of the movie. Personally, I would consider this movie as sort of a musical rather than a drama. I feel like the first movie of Frozen was better than the new one because it had fewer and simpler songs that you could sing to, and the songs connected well to the plots of the movie. The plot of Frozen 2 is very good, and the resolution is very appealing and ties all the loose ends together. Overall, I would rate this movie a 3 out of 5 stars. I feel like it would be a lot better if there were more drama and action than singing.
The film, The Farewell follows
a Chinese-American family as they discover that their beloved grandmother’s
life is coming to an end. Billi is an aspiring writer who is very close to her
Grandmother, Nai Nai. Billi discovers from her parents that her grandmother has
been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and may only live for another couple
months. Billi and her family decide not to inform Nai Nai about her diagnosis
to prevent her from living her remaining days in fear. Instead of breaking the
saddening news, the family chooses to plan an extravagant wedding as an excuse
to reunite the entire family one last time. Doing so, the family must control
and do everything they can to cope with their emotions to protect their
I personally really enjoyed this film as it was deeply moving and extremely emotional. The storyline was very creative and intriguing, definitely not like anything I have seen before. The film showcases spectacular acting from the entire cast, especially Awkafina, who plays the main character, Billi. The music throughout the film was quite subtle, which was paired perfectly with all of the beautiful shots. There are references made to Asian culture; however, anyone will be able to relate to the movie with the themes about family and love. Even though this movie does not include crazy and dramatic scenes, the film resonates with the viewers and leaves you with deep emotions that will definitely linger on. I would highly recommend The Farewell to anyone who is willing to watch it.
Templeton is a happy seven-year-old boy who has been receiving all the love and
attention from his loving parents, Ted and Janice, for years. Tim is surprised
one day when an infant wearing a black business suit and tie, carrying a
briefcase arrives at his home in a taxi. Tim’s parents inform Tim that the
infant is his new baby brother. With the new baby around, Tim realizes that he
is no longer the center of attention anymore and is envious. One day, Tim
discovers that the baby can talk and refers to himself as “The Boss”. The Boss
Baby reveals that he has been sent out as a spy on a top-secret mission to
destroy and end an organization working to launch forever puppies that will
replace babies, Puppy Co. Though Tim is not too fond of the Boss Baby, he
agrees to help him on his mission, solely to get rid of him faster. The two
boys team up to create an epic battle between puppies and babies.
I personally enjoyed this film as it was action-packed and included hilarious bits of comedy. The storyline was quite interesting and was entertaining to watch. The movie reminded me of my own childhood with the original take on sibling rivalries and bonding. I thought the animations were very colourful and vibrant, which were very pleasing to look at. In conclusion, Boss Baby is a cute and charming film that is great for the whole family to enjoy.
The movie focuses on Kepler 822, a research and drilling facility owned by the company Tian Industries which resides at the bottom of the Marianas Trench. (Sorry, but I don’t know where that is) However, disaster strikes when a massive earthquake destroys part of the facility leaving Norah Price (Played by Kristan Stewart) and her coworkers Rodrigo, Paul, and Emily to attempt to escape.
Right off the bat, some criticism. As soon as the movie starts, we’re thrust into the plot. Specifically, without any context or backstory, which would have been appreciated. It was like bam! Here are characters that are now in a problem. I would have liked some character backstory and backstory on the company (Tian Industries) and why they were drilling in the Marianas Trench. However, criticism aside, it was an exciting and entertaining film and had many staple aspects of a thriller movie. It had scares, thoughtful moments; overall, it was decent.