All posts by Joshua Rajkumar

Ralph Breaks the Internet Review

The jokes about the internet can be hit or miss, but the story of friendship shows where Disney's true strengths lie.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review

While its setup for whats to come is interesting, there isn't enough magic in this installment to justify its existence.

A Star Is Born Review

With a bright vision and fantastic music, A Star is Born will leave you engaged, excited, and emotional long after the credits roll.

Venom Review

Venom's first solo experience has all the creative potential but zero idea of how to execute it.

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again Review

The new film gives more of the same, but if you're a fan then how can you resist???

Mission Impossible: Fallout Review

Fast paced, exhilarating, and just plain amazing, Fallout sets the bar high not only for the franchise but for all action movies that follow it.

Eighth Grade Review

Bo Burnham effortlessly makes it into the big leagues of cinema through a complex yet honest look of the most awkward year of people's lives.