According to Variety (Box Office Bomb: How Creepy CGI and Bad Buzz Killed ‘Cats’)
According to The Hollywood Reporter (Golden Globes: Full List of Nominations), here are the nominations:
Have you seen Disney’s latest animation movie Frozen 2? If you have, did you laugh the whole time like I did when seeing Kristoff sings in the style of music video back to the 90s?
CW has been producing TV shows based on DC comic’s characters (because CW is owned by CBS & DC’s parent company Warner Bros., which now owned by AT&T) and these TV shows are set to be the same universe.
If you haven’t seen the trailer, it’s here:
In case you have not watched the trailer yet, please enjoy the teaser:
In case you haven’t watched the trailer, here it is:
In Toy Story 3 (2010), Buzz Lightyear is broken and Woody tries to fix him, which generates several different versions of Buzz Lightyear.
Why 20 years? Because this kind of well-written mystery movie with great acting and a big twist are rare to see. The last movie could amaze me with a compelling storyline is probably The Sixth Sense (1999), which happens to be 20 years ago.
You perhaps already know that Disney completed merging Fox this year, which has made Disney even bigger.
After an ordinary Star Wars 7 and a ruined Star Wars 8 by Rian Johnson, Disney and Lucas Films finally found back the spirit of Star Wars.
When I saw this on the Internet:
The story starts with a private college tutor asking his friend to replace him as he is going to be an exchange student because he falls in love with his student and does not want anyone else to tutor her.
This summer Sony released the first trailer of the live-action Sonic the Hedgehog, and nothing was right is that trailer except for Jim Carrey’s Dr. Ivo Robotnik. Why? Because there was no Sonic the Hedgehog but an ugly, gross, furry blue creature. In case you haven’t seen, the link is here:
Why Women Kill is CBS’s new show this year and also on its streaming service. The story is about 3 couples who live in the same house but in 3 different timelines- 60s, 80s, and 2019.
In July, the first trailer of the film adapted from the classic Broadway show Cats released, and the critics on the Internet were pretty negative. In case you haven’t seen, please click the link below to see the trailer:
In October, there were several global news and actions about China, such as NBA, Blizzard, and of course, South Park.
The hit TV show Animal Kingdom, which tells a teen boy contacts his grandmother, who hoes by “Smurf” after his mother is overdosed and gets himself into a dangerous crime family, is not original but based on an Australian movie released in 2010, which was inspired by the Pettingill criminal family of Melbourne and received numerous awards.
The history of American comics can trace back to the mid-19th century on a newspaper operated by Benjamin Day, who was known for founding the first penny press newspaper in the US;
This HBO’s popular TV series has shown an incredible, eerie, and complicated world of AIs and human beings. However, it is not an original idea but based on the movie of the same name released in 1973.
Warhammer firstly created by a British manufacturer called Games Workshop, which based in Nottingham, England. Games Workshop is known for manufacturing miniature wargames, and Warhammer series is the most significant one.
Although Joker is the iconic supervillain of Batman, this is not a superhero movie at all, and the only thing relates to this movie to the comic book would be the name of the characters. Other than that, this is a movie that criticizes and points out the problems of our society via Joker.
Do you still have a dream? Or are you already being lost in a tough life? If it is the later one, then I highly recommend you watch this movie, the only one I went to see twice in the theater in 2017.