Following the success of last year’s Moana, Disney’s latest animated collaboration with Pixar is another exploration of a culture rarely seen on screen. Coco presents a dazzling and heartwarming coming of age tale about the importance of family with the most visually stunning animation of the year. Set during Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos, the film follows Miguel, a young boy dreaming of becoming a musician. However, his family … Continue reading ‘Coco’ is a Sensational, Musical Adventure Beautifully Steeped in Mexican Tradition
*DISCLAIMER: This article contains spoilers for the new season of BoJack Horseman. If you have yet to watch the new season, please watch it, and then come back.* Upon first glance, BoJack Horseman seems like a goofy, Family Guy-esque series—how could a show about a talking cartoon horse possibly get any deeper than this? However, as the show progresses further along, it becomes more twisted … Continue reading “The Only Way Out is Through”: Exploring the Emotional Complexities of BoJack Horseman in its Fourth Season
Now that summer is finally over, and the transition to Awards Season has officially begun, we at Enthuse have noticed that some of this year’s most buzzed about films have gone… well… unnoticed. In order to rectify that, we have come together to take a look back at some of 2017’s biggest hits, as well as some of its biggest misses, that we never got … Continue reading The 2017 Enthuse Film Catch-Up Extravaganza!
Summer is soon coming to a close and the fine people at Sony have blessed us with their latest, The Emoji Movie. The film follows an emoji who is different from the rest and must find a way to protect himself after he is shunned for his differences. Despite only being released this weekend, The Emoji Movie has been torn apart by critics for many … Continue reading ‘The Emoji Movie’ Doesn’t Deserve a Proper Review
Are you ever too old to enjoy a poop joke? The big screen adaptation of Dav Pilkey’s beloved Captain Underpants children’s novels sure hopes not. Continue reading Watching ‘Captain Underpants’ is Like Sliding On Your Favourite Underwear
Your Name deserves the historic commercial success it’s enjoying — It takes the strongest points from director Makoto Shinkai’s earlier films and focuses them into a palatable, coherent experience that’s filled with human emotion. Continue reading Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name is the Perfect Entry Point to His Emotional Work
After two disastrous live action/animated Smurfs films, Sony decided to reboot the franchise with the fully animated The Lost Village. With a whole new cast and creative team, the chances of providing a better approach to the characters were strong. Continue reading Smurfs: The Lost Village: Just Because it’s Better Than the Others, Doesn’t Mean it’s Good