I am assuming that you have read my review of HBO’s exciting new series Lovecraft Country and so know that it combines themes of racism with science fiction and fantasy horror, its three protagonists being African Americans. If you have not, then click on the title below and read that first, else much of the …
The reimagining of Sleeping Beauty continues with Maleficent warring against evil Queen Ingrith who for a while tricks Aurora into believing her godmother is an enemy.
The story of Elton John’s rise to fame from his love-starved boyhood after he partners with Bernie Taupin and at first keeps his homosexuality under wraps.
A must-see movie for fans of The Lord of the Rings. Click the movie title to read my entire review.
In this sequel Mary Poppins returns to London to take charge of a 2nd generation of the Banks family while their father & aunt try to save the family home.
Click the image to read my review of this unusual, wonderful film.
Alcoholic Gloria fails in NYC, returns home to bond again with the helpful Oscar, a school chum, discovers a connection with a monster ravaging Seoul Korea & soon is at war with Oscar.
Both a cursed prince & a young woman learn what true beauty is in this fairy tale about a girl held captive by a beast who must learn to love & to be loved.
An arrogant doctor loses the use of his hands in a car crash, so he travels to Nepal where the head of a monastery trains him in mystic ways to fight evil, thus transforming his character.
Alice returns to Wonderland through a looking glass to help the Mad Hatter, who is dying from a broken heart because of his father. They must go back in time.