With films like Wonder Woman in the bank, will Justice League be a set back?
Daddy’s Home 2
Two confessions: I have not seen “Daddy’s Home” and I am not a fan of Will Ferrell. Now that that is out in the open, let’s begin. Picking up where the last film began, Dusty(Mark Wahlberg) and Brad(Will Ferrell) are working and succeeding at being co-dads to the children in their lives. However, in that…
For the first time in at least a decade, I intentionally watched a movie listed as a member of the horror genre that was not named “Underworld.” That being said, I don’t have much of a frame of reference in which to review this film, and it was viewed at a drive-in which lessened the…
“The Mummy” (2017)
Universal has soft relaunched its universe with “The Mummy,” a reboot of a the already superior 1990’s saga and its 1930’s original.
The Great Wall
As “The Great Wall” hits theaters, it marks potentially the largest budget of any Chinese film produced to date. As a co-production between Chinese state studios and Hollywood studios, the real interest lies not in the lackluster script, but in the shining attempts to bridge the cross Pacific cinema bridge this film marks. Starring Matt Damon…
The Lego Batman Movie
You might have heard of a little movie called ‘The Lego Movie” a few years ago. It was cute, fun, and a hit. Well, one of the best characters has been given his own show, and we got the best Batman movie in years with “The Lego Batman Movie.” Since “Batman Begins,” Batman films have…
Fifty Shades Darker
Those looking for a spicy Valentine’s Day weekend film might be tempted to look towards the latest entry in the “Fifty Shades” saga, “Fifty Shades Darker” when it hits theaters this weekend. Well, as the films characters are won’t to say, this film is a bit more vanilla than your expecting. Picking up nearly where…
After the long wait for the newest installment in the Robert Langdon series, “Inferno” has finally arrived! Unfortunately for fans, this newest installment comes up short, especially in the plot department. Starting off with Robert Langdon suffering from a head wound and subsequent amnesia in a Florence hospital, things start off quickly as Langdon is…
Bridget Jones’s Baby
I can’t say the last time I watched an R-rated comedy and had a good time. Typically the fault in my lack of enjoyment lies in the overabundance of naked bodies and sex that occur on the screen, resulting in a more unonfortable viewing than I would like out of my movie experience. So when…
As we near the time of the year when the movies take a turn for the dramatic and the award stakes get higher, the first film vying for entry into the field is the newest offering from Clint Eastwood about the Miracle on the Hudson and the miracle maker, Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger. Starring Tom Hanks,…