AJ Siytangco

A review of 'Across The Spider-Verse'

Across The Spider-Verse is exponentially better than the original. There. I said it. And I stand by that statement. And you would agree, dear reader, if you go out and purchase a ticket for the cinematic ride of the year.

A review of 'American Born Chinese'

Adapted from the graphic novel of the same name by Gene Luen Yang, American Born Chinese is about, well, a lot of things. There’s the life of Jin (played by Ben Wang), a high schooler, and the aforementioned American Born Chinese, who dreams of living a good, normal life.

A review of 'The Little Mermaid'

When I first heard they were making another live-action of Disney classic, I rolled my eyes. Resigned to the fact that Disney may butcher a favorite. Then when I saw the first few pictures and the trailer, I was one of those up in arms— where’s my fair-skinned, red-headed mermaid??? And what did they do to poor, cute, little yellow flounder???

A review of 'Fast and the Furious X'

Fast and Furious X, or simply Fast X for short, marks the tenth outing of the Toretto extended family, and the tenth time Vin Diesel plays lead Dominic Toretto. This puts him on par with Hugh Jackman and Chris Hemsworth, who have both played the characters of Wolverine and Thor
nine times each, and placing him one spot behind the great Christopher Lee, who played Dracula a total of ten times on screen.

Star Wars Visions: Something for every Padawan, Master, Apprentice, or Sith

The universe that Star Wars takes place in is enormous, full of strange things that can scare and surprise any intrepid explorer. And while fascinating and fun, the main line of stories from the franchise focuses on a narrow, select set of characters and the events they find themselves
caught up in. And this is where the anthology of "Visions" comes in. After all, that galaxy far, far away is huge and has more than enough room for other tales.