The Guiterrez family has moved to New York from “nowhere,” with David having to deal with the issues of his abusive father Ralph and mentally challenged mother Mariah. 175 more words
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When it’s around this time during the summer movie season, you might expect some comedies that sneak up on you and catches you off guard by how surprising it turned out to be. 707 more words
Spider-Man is one of the most popular characters that Marvel has ever created. His legacy paved the way for its massive success thanks to the talents of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko who created the character in the 60s which took comics into a whole new direction, by giving young Peter Parker relatable human issues. 1,279 more words
Crawl takes audiences on an emotionally thrilling journey surrounded by alligators.
This post for Crawl is spoiler-free.
When the opening scene of Crawl (2019, directed by Alexandre Aja) started rolling, it immediately felt suggestive of a typical sports genre movie about an Olympic athlete; but as the next 15 or so minutes go by, the movie shifts its tone to something more apocalyptic as the main plot becomes centred around a Category 5 hurricane set in Florida, in which Haley (Kaya Scodelario) must go and check on her father Dave (Barry Pepper) to ensure that he is safe and sound. 205 more words
CRAWL is better than it probably had any right to be. I guarantee you that this film was projected for a straight to VOD release. But then they probably test screened it for audiences, which let them know that they had something a little more special than originally intended, and at the last minute got theatrical distribution. 1,089 more words