RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET, from directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore, the writers of Zootopia, is the highly anticipated sequel to 2012’s Wreck It Ralph. The film takes place 6 years after the event of the original and finds Ralph and Vanellope on a new adventure upon their discovery of the internet. The film hosts a slew of A-list voice actors which include John C. Reilly as Ralph, Sarah Silverman as Vanellope, Gal Gadot as Shank and Taraji P. Henson as Yesss.
All Clara (Mackenzie Foy) wants is a key – a one-of-a-kind key that will unlock a box that holds a priceless gift. A golden thread, presented to her at godfather Drosselmeyer’s (Morgan Freeman) annual holiday party, leads her to the coveted key—which promptly disappears into a strange and mysterious parallel world.
INCREDIBLES 2 is the highly anticipated animated sequel that reunites audiences' with their favorite animated superheroes. The film is written and directed by Brad Bird (The Incredibles) with Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, and Samuel L. Jackson reprising their roles along with some new, animated faces, voiced by Catherine Keener and Bob Odenkirk.
SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, from acclaimed director Ron Howard, gives fans the chance to delve deeper into the life of one of their favorite Star Wars characters, Han Solo. The film stars an A-list roster that includes Alden Ehrenreich (Stoker), Woody Harrelson (Zombieland), Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Donald Glover (Atlanta), and Paul Bettany (Avengers: Infinity War).
A WRINKLE IN TIME, the latest film from director Ava DuVernay (Selma) is a fantastical journey through space and time that is visually astounding in both its heartwarming message and throughout its darker moments. The film boasts an A-list cast that includes Oprah Winfrey (Selma), Reese Witherspoon (“Big Little Lies”), Mindy Kaling (Inside Out), Chris Pine (Star Trek), Storm Reid (Sleight), Levi Miller (Better Watch Out), and Deric McCabe (Stephanie).
I’m normally busy watching horror films and I don’t habitually watch a lot of Pixar movies, but out of curiosity I decided to watch Disney’s COCO and I’m so glad I did. Actually they had me at Day of the Dead and Gael García Bernal, because I’m a big fan of his Spanish films (and I think skeletons are divine). I think the amount of Latinx representation in this movie is wonderful and the film is a beautiful love letter to the people of Mexico and their culture.