Tagged: mood: extra cheesy
A first generation Taiwanese-American kid Tupac fan in the mid-90s moves to Florida where his family has recently purchased their very own steakhouse to make their American dream come true.
Shankar’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame splashed with The Beauty and the Beast inspired revenge tale begins following the life of bodybuilder who falls in love with a beautiful model, igniting the ire of the people around them.
Paddington ends up being a watchable surprise for everyone despite the trailers.
The 2014 film adaptation of Mexico’s biggest comedian centers itself around the pre-production stage of 1956’s Around the World in 80 Days, helmed by producer Mike Todd and starring Mario Moreno a.k.a. Cantinflas.
Interstellar is a movie everybody should watch. And if you like beautifully depicted crazy science and well acted family drama, you will enjoy this film.
A bunch of losers attempt to win a dancing contest that will grant them access to the mighty vault that guards millions of dollars worth in diamonds.
Tired of his ruling of the grim Land of the Forgotten, Xibalba makes a wager with Catrina, the ruler of the colorful Land of the Remembered, on a visit to the Land of the Living on the Day of the Dead where they meet the son of a local hero and the musical son of a bullfighting family, both in love with the same girl.
Freaky Friday is actually fun to watch in large part thanks to both female leads and the body swapping.
The latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film adaptation should have been retitled as “April O’Neil” because she’s the one that gets the most amount of screentime and focus as well as being highly important to the Turtles’ origins.
If you’re new to the Saint Seiya series, you’re better off ignoring this one. For older fans, however, Legend of Sanctuary will be either hit or miss.