‘The Lion King’ Review: Cherry at the Movies

Beyoncé, John Oliver, Billy Eichner, Keegan-Michael Key, and Seth Rogen are some of the famous voices that take you on an African journey. I saw the new “The Lion King” and was impressed with how life like the animals were almost all voiced by Hollywood stars. It was uncanny how I felt like I was …

Toy Story 4 – Review Cherry at the Movies

Toy Story is back and pulling heartstrings Pixar’s Toy Story was released in 1995 and now 24 years later the whole gang is back together with a few new friends! The release of Toy Story 4 is like seeing my old imaginary friends I had in childhood. A memory that warms my heart and feels like a …

GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS REVIEW CHERRY AT THE MOVIES

Godzilla is the KING of the monsters I’ve loved Godzilla since I was a child and have incredibly fond memories of the old movies watching with my dad. So it’s hard to critique a movie that hits all my nostalgic memories with better F/X.  If you grew up loving the Japanese Kaiiju pictures and love …

Disney’s Aladdin Review: Cherry at the Movies

Kids will love to climb on this magic carpet ride I remember seeing ‘Aladdin’ with Robin Williams as the blue genie that delighted me. I remember singing the songs with my brother as we left the theatre with my family. When Disney announced they were making a live action movie directed by Guy Ritchie I …

Aladdin Review: Blissful Nostalgia

Ashley Bowden, Guest Blogger The 2019 version of Aladdin is two hours and eight minutes of pure blissful nostalgia. This re- make was a great adaptation to the original 1992 animated version. The story line stayed relatively close to the original, but with a modern twist, relating to current social issues, and modern day conversations. …

Endgame: Prepare To Be Wowed

Of the 22 films in the MCU that began in 2008 with Iron Man, Endgame most embodies intimacy —  it is an intensely fulfilling ride that proves personal sacrifice is the true measure of heroism. Don’t expect a quintessential happy ending. Just prepare to be wowed. Endgame is packed with hysterically self-deprecating bits, tear jerkers, …

Fast Color Review | Cherry at the Movies

Ruth is on the run from her past, her powers and to her family to fix what’s broken. It’s a dissolute barren landscape where water is the ultimate commodity and the power that Ruth has puts a target on her back. Fast Color is a quiet film focused on three generations of women (a child on …

Little Review | Cherry at the Movies

Jordan Sanders (Regina Hall) is the awkward smart little brown bullied girl all grown up that doesn’t take guff off anyone. Everyone is living in Jordan’s world from her browbeaten staff at the tech company she founded to the building valet. She’s constantly demanding treatment to make up from being ‘little’. When she barks at …

Dumbo Geek Review

Dumbo will make you believe an elephant can fly! I went to see Dumbo with mixed emotions. I haven’t seen Dumbo since I was a little kid so remember the big parts of his being separated from his mother and being able to fly but that was about it. I appreciate the talent of Tim …