Cinemas closed? No problem. There are still great shows to watch coming up on Apple TV+ and Netflix in April.
May's busy period is over and now we're in June. Read on to find out my thoughts on the movies opening in Singapore in June 2019 and which ones *I'm* watching.
Now that Avengers: Endgame is over and we're free to concentrate on the rest of the movie slate, here're my thoughts on all the movies opening in Singapore in May 2019 and which ones *I'm* watching.
Here are my thoughts on all the movies opening in Singapore in April, which ones *I'm* watching, and why I'm skipping the rest.
I'm back! I ended up skipping last month's edition of "Movies Coming Soon" because procrastination got in the way. :S This is late too, but there are some really great movies coming out this month that I want to talk about, so I'm getting this out before it makes no more sense to publish it.
This post is so late that some of the movies have came and gone, but I didn't want to skip a month, so it'll partially be a review post too. I have only watched two movies so far this month, so that won't be hard.
September looks like a really boring month. I'm looking at the whole list of films that are coming out and feeling a sense of profound disinterest in almost everything being shown. It is slightly better than August, in that there are three movies I am sort of interested in, whereas I only had two last month, but the movie lineup just looks so unappealing to me. And the trend continues for the rest of the year.
August has arrived, and plenty of movies soon will too. There are only two that I want to watch this month though -- the rest just don't interest me for one reason or another.
I just finished this book called Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, and it is mind-blowing. I'll avoid spoilers, so you can enjoy it yourself, but basically, it's a story of a college physics professor who gets abducted one night, taken to an abandoned location and drugged. When he wakes up, he finds himself in a different world where he's a genius atomic physicist living a successful but career-oriented life, his wife never married him and his son was never born.
One Day She'll Darken is based on the true story of Fauna Hodel, a woman who was given away as a baby by her teenage birth mother to a black female attendant in a casino restroom in Nevada. Her investigation into her past leads her to an infamous Hollywood gynaecologist who was connected to the legendary "Black Dahlia" murder of Elizabeth Short in LA in 1947. Chris Pine stars as a former Marine-turned-paparazzo who was disgraced over a story he wrote about Hodel, but sees an opportunity for redemption in her tracing her roots.