Articles Posted in the " Movie Reviews & Analysis " Category

  • Porcupine Lake – Movie Review: A Wonderful Coming-Of-Age Story

    While having a selection of movies positively depicting queer stories with grownup casts is appreciated, having titles featuring younger queer characters is important, too. Porcupine Lake is a lovely and heartwarming coming-of-age story which shows two young girls becoming more than just friends over a summer holiday. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our […]






  • Solo Steals the Star Wars Origin Story Show

    After all the drama surrounding the Solo: A Star Wars Story production, I was fully prepared to be disappointed…but then the first reviews started coming out, and most of them were so insanely positive that I was suddenly worried it wouldn’t live up to the hype. The end verdict? It wasn’t at all what I […]


  • After Infinity War: A Ray of Hope for Devastated MCU Fans

    Fans and critics have been calling Avengers: Infinity War the Empire Strikes Back of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That sounds dramatic, but it may actually be understating the case. MCU fans around the globe are crying into their collective beers after – well, you know what happened. Take heart, friends – the comics and past movies […]


  • Avengers: Infinity War – Yes, They Did That. Now What?

    Avengers: Infinity War is a tough one to review objectively.  It was an emotional gut punch, and I’m going to have a hard time recovering from all of these emotions to gauge the actual quality of the film itself. But if the goal of the film was to devastate us, then it succeeded spectacularly. Read […]


  • I Loved Every Ridiculous Second of Love Simon

    Love Simon is your stereotypical, cookie-cutter romantic comedy with one glaring exception: it’s about two boys. This shouldn’t be something groundbreaking in 2018, but it is, and because of that, I feel that this movie will have to live up to standards that shouldn’t be placed on it. So here is what you should expect […]


  • A Wrinkle In Time Is A Modern-Day Fairy Tale

    I had planned on re-reading A Wrinkle In Time before seeing the new movie, but I couldn’t find my copy. I must have left it at my parents’ house. So I went into the theater last night with only vague recollections of the story that I’d loved so much as a kid, and honestly, that was […]