‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ is the Spider-Film Fans Deserve

his time, Peter isn’t a sidekick. He doesn’t have his mentor to fall back on, and the pressure compounds on the snapped-back teen from the beginning. Everywhere he turns, he feels the loss of Iron Man felt, along with the entire world wondering “Who will rise up to take his place?” This pushes the once zealous hero back into his 16-year-old shell, hoping to take a breather from the hero world and focus on a budding relationship with M.J. (Zendaya).

Mary Poppins Returns and with it, so has Disney Movie Magic

Michael Banks is no longer a little boy chasing a kite. He’s an adult with the weight of the world on his shoulders. Widowed, with three young children, he’s in financial difficulty and about to lose the family home. Even his sister Jane, is unable to help him get through the difficulty and there seems to be no way that he is going to be able to get them out of this problem. And we all know what happens when everything seems impossible, right? That’s when Mary Poppins shows up. 

The Power of Inspiration: Queen of Katwe

I found many beautiful things to love about this film. Based on a true story, not only does it take its viewer on a journey to Uganda and the realities of many families struggling to survive, but it showcases the strength of the human spirit. Solid determination shines like gold all throughout this story. It’s on vibrant display in Phiona’s concentration on the chessboard, her mother’s constant battle to support her family and even the pastor’s courage to push for opportunities for the village children.