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My goal with Movie Monster is to share my love of film through my writing.
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The Shallows is the best shark movie since, “Jaws”. Unfortunately that’s not saying much. In the first review produced by Movie Monster, I mention the film’s wasted potential, as the film’s lazy writing overshadows its excellent visual storytelling.
In the first review produced by Movie Monster, I offer an alternative version to the film to fix its lackluster script.
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A Monster Calls is a 2016 film about a boy named Connor, who’s mother is slowly dying of cancer. To cope with this tragedy, he imagines a monster made from a tree who tells him three stories. Each of these stories teaches him about the uncertainty and unpredictability of life and teaches him how toContinue reading “A Monster Calls: Chaos in Acceptance”
The Grey is a 2011 film about a group of plane crash survivors that soon find themselves as stalking victims of a group of ravenous, aggressive wolves. On the surface, it looks nothing more than a typical Liam Neeson movie. On my revisited viewing of this film, I absolutely fell in love with this film.Continue reading “The Grey: Optimizing Opportunity”
War for the Planet of the Apes is the third and final film in the Planet of the Apes reboot trilogy, released in 2017. After Koba forced apes into a war with humans, Caesar is forced to lead his tribe against a fight he didn’t start, because he has to protect his kind, and noContinue reading “Planet of the Apes: Lesson in Character Development – War”
As I revisit my favorite film of all time, I explain how the film uses Chuck’s suffering as a medium for the film’s theme of the five stages of grief. After Chuck Noland becomes a castaway on a tropical island, we see him cope with the separation from his wife Kelly.