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Tons of Fun and Tons of Character, Power Rangers is a Must Watch | Review of ‘Power Rangers’


By Cynthia Ayala

Power Rangers starring Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Becky G, Ludi Lin, Bill Hader, Bryan Cranston & Elizabeth Banks
Lionsgate
Image Credit: IMDB

“A group of high-school students, who are infused with unique superpowers, harness their abilities to save the world.”

    —IMDB

Sometimes Hollywood can remake our childhood, tapping into everything that made us smile. Power Rangers is a perfect example of that. The old show was always intended for a much younger audience, layered with a degree of absurdity and campiness that made the show so good. With the new adaptation, the movie capitalizes on the absurdity but without the campiness, a deeper level that the writers used to make the story more grounded for an older audience.
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A Fun Solid Animated Feature | Review of ‘The Angry Birds Movie’


By Cynthia Ayala

Th Angry Birds Movie starring Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad & Danny McBride
Columbia Pictures
Image Credit: IMDB

Find out why the birds are so angry. When an island populated by happy, flightless birds is visited by mysterious green piggies, it’s up to three unlikely outcasts – Red, Chuck and Bomb – to figure out what the pigs are up to.

—IMDB

Okay, let’s be honest here: no one expects Angry Birds to be good, after all, it’s based off a game where you throw birds into pigs because they are stealing eggs. But guess what, this movie was actually incredibly entertaining, and much like with Warcraft, the writers were able to put together a strong story and strong characters based on a mobile game that had very little of both.
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An Emotional Groundbreaker | Review of ‘Inside Out’


By: Cynthia Ayala

Inside Out starring Amy Poehler & Phyllis Smith
Walt Disney

For Riley, growing us just got a little harder. Uprooted from her Midwest life and sent to San Francisco where her father starts his new job, Riley has to start all over. Riley, like everyone, is guided by her emotions who life in the control center of Riley’s mind. They are Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness and they help advise her through everyday life, influencing her decisions and the way she acts. But even her emotions need to adjust, and they aren’t doing too well when Joy and Sadness get sucked away into Core Memory. And as they travel back, trying to find their way back, the other emotions have to try and navigate the world without them.
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