Taylor Lautner reprises his iconic role as an older Sharkboy who lurks on a girl stranded on an island. She sits there by day thinking about how the ocean ruined her dream journal, and hides by night as Sharkboy emerges from his underwater portal to Dreamland with a case of the munchies.
Come with me on this journey whilst I attempt to explain why I love the Trolls movies. This took me a literal month to muster the energy to do this and it may not be completely cohesive, but at this point I just wanna get it over with.
On a first glance I think people take them as low bar cash grabs meant for kids. While I'd agree with you on…
Well it seems this was deleted off letterboxd at some point cuz it's no longer in my most logged films, so I guess I'll actually review it?
Madeon is my favorite musician of all time. I guess I've sort of grown up with him since we're about the same age I think. I was low-key following him since his viral video Pop Music came out and high-key following him since his song Finale ended up in the opening of Playstation…
I used to go to sunday school and the weekend this came out they gave us notices to show our parents saying "Do not take your kids to see this movie. In The Golden Compass book series they fight God." I gave the letter to my dad. He looked at it, looked at me, and then drove to the movie theater and we saw this.
The God-fighting is a later book and Dad was disappointed.
Originally this was two different reviews, but since then I decided it better to combine the two for people to easily look back on. First post took place the day of James Gunn's firing. Second post took place 6 days later.
I thought we all knew James Gunn's sense of humor was offensive. Look at Slither and Super. Heck in the first Guardians one of the most famous jokes insinuated that Peter Quill basically painted the walls of…