Tick Tick Boom (2021)


Spider-Man : No Way Home (2021)

Warning: spoilers ahead

I really enjoyed the film, mostly because of the way it was written and weaved in past villains and spidermen. I loved the social commentary of heal/cure vs. kill. I felt it relevant to the covid world we live in and how much we continue struggle with it.

The acting is decent across the board, with a few light and emotional moments to pepper the action scenes and top quality special effects. The result: a well fleshed out plot with enough bang for your buck.

Comfortable seating or an IMAX experience would be great for it. It is a refreshing exploration of the multiverse and leaves many avenues open and doors to knock on for future franchises.


Angels in America: Millenium Approaches (2017)

National Theatre Live is an awesome concept, where you get to see a live recording from London of world class plays with leading actors in the comfort of a cinema seat. I was lucky to catch two screenings of stellar casts tackling enormous issues.

Angels of America – Millenium Approaches : Set in the 80s in Reagan’s America, the cast deals with the AIDS catastrophe and the reality of its beginnings. Andrew Garfield, James McArdle, Nathan Lane, Russel Tovey deserve mention for the spectrum of emotions they put on display. Their harsh circumstances, hallucinations and escapades make for intense viewing. Looking forward to part 2 next week.