If you’ve never heard of Earthsea, don’t let that deter you from checking it out. It wasn’t too long ago that I heard of the Earthsea series for the first time myself, but after reading the first installment, A Wizard of Earthsea, I plan to continue exploring the fictional world that Ursula K. Le Guin has created.
Scarlet Witch better make some room because another magician has made his debut in the MCU. Doctor Strange has arrived. This film is unique and colorful. A visual stunner. But does it suffer from moral ambiguity?
It goes without saying that Disney has been very busy on the Star Wars front. Specifically where the Rebels TV series is concerned, quite a bit has happened already.
Disney has cranked out loads of great films through the decades, many critically acclaimed not to mention gushed over by the general public, and deservedly so in most cases. However, while many of their films receive unending praise, once in a while it seems there is a gem or two overlooked or dismissed amid the clamor. One such jewel which comes to my mind is The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.
The wait is finally over. Jason Bourne has returned to the big screen for the first time since 2007. The Bourne Legacy may have been the most recent film in the series, but for many it left something to be desired. Perhaps it was Jason Bourne himself. Much to fans’ excitement, Bourne is back for a new chapter of his own. There’s no shortage of action and thrills in his latest outing, but does Jason Bourne give us anything new?
Jumper, while it may be a reasonably enjoyable ride, fails to make certain distinctions about God that should not be omitted.
As I watched the movie Hook for about the umpteenth time, I was struck with a surprising revelation: whether intended or not, this film issues a challenge to all fathers to really step up to the plate for their families and be men. In a politically correct culture that attempts (and in many ways succeeds) to emasculate its males at every turn, that is something truly worth cherishing.