Since OASIS, the world created in this film, is a virtual reality, it gives the film-makers a lot of creative license to include references to other fantasy worlds.
Have some of Earth’s heroes been secretly taken over by a shapeshifting race of evil aliens? Possibly.
The film does an exceptional job of showcasing the wackiness behind Lampoon, including all the drugs, the fights, and the ridiculous ideas that were either a huge hit or a complete miss.
We are making progress with LGBTQ+ representation on TV, but it still isn’t quite there, and Drag Race is a perfect example of the kind of entertainment we need to see more of.
The show follows two teenagers in England, James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden), as they end up on a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde-esque adventure.
Considering the fact that this 52-minute, straight-to-YouTube movie is an amateur production that made no money off the project, the film has very impressive visual effects, sets, and actors.
So what is it that makes this movie connect so strongly with audiences despite the lack of dialogue between the two featured performers?
Justice League has an important job: To regain fans’ trust in the DCEU and get them excited for upcoming movies.