We have failed as a society. That’s the hard truth that Joker is trying to tell us. As citizens of the society, we collectively failed to do our parts and in return, created monsters, the monster- Joker. I could go on and on and on with how much brilliance is in Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow’s unraveling of the iconic comic villain. Bingers, here is my review of Todd Phillips’ Joker.
We grew up learning about the mystery of the Loch Ness monster and the chupacabras. We wondered about the existence of the UFOs. But if there’s one thing closest to our Asian hearts, that is the mystery of the Big Foot or Yeti. These mythical creatures have been a subject of fictional stories for the longest time. And on those occasions, they have always been painted as gruesome creatures who know nothing but to hunt for blood. In DreamWorks Animation’ and Pearl Studios’ Abominable, they were shown on a different light. It was a story of Asian family culture that is filled with heart and adventure. Bingers, here is our review of Abominable:
Okay, Bingers. Tell me your favorite horror movie. I bet some of you will say Saw, or Jordan Peele’s Us. Maybe some of you fell in love with The Nun from the Conjuring Universe. If you ask me, one of my most favorite horror movie from the recent times is Andy Muschietti’s It! Yes, the 2017 horror movie hit is having a sequel two years later to bring a conclusion to the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same title! 27 years has passed since the events of the first film and we can now meet the grown-up Losers. Are you ready to go back to Derry, Bingers? You should because It: Chapter 2 easily made its way as one of the best horror movies ever!
Nature is scary. No, more like terrifying! Imagine hiking a mountain only to be chased by a snake. Or go diving only to be stung by a jellyfish. Or let’s go cliche and swim in the ocean and be bit by a shark! How about be at your lakeside home, be stuck on a flood, only to find out that a swarm of crocodile are waiting to devour you? I mean, that’s a huge serving of, “HELL NO! Nope!” Well, Bingers, that’s what happens in Alexandre Aja’s Crawl and it was crazily terrifying!!!
Alright, Bingers. Answer me this: can you imagine the world now without the songs from The Beatles? No Hey Jude, no Eleanor Rigby, no Let It Be. Uncanny, right? Well, if you cannot imagine a world without The Beatles, imagine no more because that is what Yesterday explored in the movie starring Himesh Patel, Lily James, Ed Sheeran, and Kate McKinnon! I grew up listening to the songs by The Beatles and I thoroughly enjoyed the movie from start to finish. Bingers, here is our review of Yesterday:
So, Bingers, honesty time: are you still reeling out of the ending of Avengers: Endgame? It was something, right? Most of us thought that was the end for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Or its Phase 3, at least. But it came ass a surprise to many when Marvel announced that it was not the phase closer but instead Spider-Man: Far From Home, the sequel to the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming! This announcement elevated all the hype for the film and is both a good thing and a bad thing. Why’d I say so? Find out below!