Alejo Rodriguez Lo
Videographer, Young Post
Alejo worked at Now Sports for two years before joining the Post in 2018. His passions include video production and animation. He believes great story-telling can be done through camerawork and edits.
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While the jokes and gore are there in this Emma Stone and Woody Harrelson vehicle, it is too close to the 2009 predecessor
Stick with Pokemon Go or wait for Sword and Shield instead.
Sequel has the birds teaming up with pigs, and also stars Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader and Peter Dinklage.
Despite the promise of the two previous MonsterVerse movies, the latest action adventure of the famous Japanese creature disappoints.
Even though Justice Smith is merely average, this is a great film for diehard trainers and new fans alike.
'Black Panther' director Ryan Coogler is also on board, so we're expecting big things.