Continuing his review of in-flight features, DaCrowz tackles Laika's recent film, Kubo and the Two Strings.
DaCrowz continues to critically evaluate his free in-flight entertainment. This time, he enters the bizarre realm of Marvel's Doctor Strange. Is the movie strange enough to work? Or does it falter under its self-inflicted burdens?
DaCrowz returns from his trip and aims to get back into the groove with the first of several micro-reviews covering his in-flight cinema experiences. Moana's remained a topic of conversation in many social circles for months now, and DaCrowz sees if it lives up to the hype.
Instead of anime, DaCrowz opts to watch the new war film, Dunkirk, a creative spin on a major incident during World War II. Does Christopher Nolan succeed in relaying the event to modern audiences, or does the movie fall flat?
Gru and the Minions return for a third round of action-packed heroism and villainy. When Gru finds out he has a long lost twin brother named Dru, he learns about an entire secret history of his family of which he was previously unaware. Does this third installment in the franchise tug at the heartstrings like its predecessors, or is it too full of zany antics to stand out against equally wild animated movies in today's film industry? DaCrowz has the answer.
The first Guardians of the Galaxy film is fondly regarded as one of the standout films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Does the much anticipated sequel live up to expectations? Take a look this week with Medraut.