Movie Review: Us ✂️🐇

Us is a horrifying film that left me with lots of questions.

From left to right: Evan Alex, Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, and Shahadi Wright Joseph star in Jordan Peele’s horror film Us. CREDIT: Universal Pictures

This post for Us contains spoilers.

Ever since Jordan Peele’s feature directorial debut for 2017’s Get Out, Us (2019, directed by Jordan Peele) has been highly anticipated by everyone around the world. His second feature Us follows a family of four who runs into trouble during their family vacation (note: it is difficult to explain what Us is actually about without spoilers).

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Movie Review: Glass 🕶

With James McAvoy being the main highlight of the film, Glass felt more like a Split 2.0.

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From left to right: Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, and Bruce Willis respectively stars as Elijah Price, Kevin Wendell Crumb, and David Dunn in Glass. CREDIT: Universal Pictures

This post for Glass contains spoilers.

The third movie in the Unbreakable franchise returns with all three comic book inspired characters—David Dunn “The Overseer” (Bruce Willis), Elijah “Mr. Glass” Price (Samuel L. Jackson), and Kevin Wendell Crumb plus 20 other personalities (James McAvoy)—reuniting at a psychiatric institution, where they are being treated by psychiatrist Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson)

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Movie Review: Johnny English Strikes Again 🕺🏻

If being a spy is as easy as how Johnny English does it, then I want in.

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Rowan Atkinson stars as the titular spy role in Johnny English Strikes Again. CREDIT: Universal Pictures

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Johnny English Strikes Again (2018, directed by David Kerr) is the third movie in the Johnny English franchise. This third instalment shows Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) coming out from retirement and going back into the field as a British spy, where his mission is to hunt down the hacker who is responsible for a series of cyber attacks in London.

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Movie Review: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again 🎤🎓

Lily James definitely stole the show this time round—seeing that three-quarter of the scenes in the movie were hers.

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Lily James as young Donna. CREDIT: Universal Pictures

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Prior to Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018, directed by Ol Parker), I’ve never watched any other movies or TV shows that Lily James has starred in. I was really impressed by her performance as young Donna; her singing voice was amazing, and the outfits that she wore in the movie really complemented her character and performance. James had the most scenes and musical numbers, as much of the movie’s plot centred around young Donna’s life and how she came to spend her adulthood at the Kalokairi island.

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Movie Review: Mamma Mia! 🎤 👰🏼

All musical movies should have subtitles for audiences to sing-along.

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CREDIT: Universal Pictures

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Love, family, and friendship are three words that I would use to sum up Mamma Mia! (2008, directed by Phyllida Lloyd). It is a thrill to watch original music by Abba being performed by cast members Meryl Streep (Donna Sheridan), Amanda Seyfried (Sophie Sheridan), Christine Baranski (Tanya), Julie Walters (Rosie), Pierce Brosnan (Sam Carmichael), Colin Firth (Harry Bright), Stellan Skarsgård (Bill Andersson) and Dominic Cooper (Sky).

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