It’s not at all clear why the protagonist of My Life As A Zucchini—a French-Swiss stop-motion film that’s one of this year’s Oscar nominees for Best Animated Feature—is nicknamed Zucchini. The little boy’s real name is Icare, which doesn’t...Show More Summary
After some nine X-Men movies of various stripes and styles including a couple of previous stand-alone Wolverine films, I had little hope that the best was yet to come. But indeed it has come in the form of Logan, a smart, exciting, bittersweet kickass of a way to send off the Wolverine movies with a final chapter that works on every level. Show More Summary
This past week, I went out to LA for the first time. It was primarily to attend fellow ComicMix movie reviewer Arthur Tebbel’s wedding, and he had even movie popcorn as a snack during the cocktail hour. I flew in on Thursday where I spent most of the day either meeting or hanging out with […]
In just under two weeks, Logan will hit theaters, giving us what is supposed to be the last outing for Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. Thankfully, it sounds like this movie not only gives fans the Wolverine movie they’ve been waiting to see...Show More Summary
While it might not be the first franchise that springs to mind when you think about expensive collectibles, Underworld has a longevity that is the envy of many a film series. The first movie was released in 2003 and the fifth instalment, Underworld: Blood Wars, came out earlier this year. There is already a sixth […]
The Lifetime unauthorized Britney Spears biopic titled Britney Ever After premiered on Saturday night, and to say that the reviews, from both critics and fans, aren’t great is to put it mildly. Social media attacked it during its airing and the criticism continued today. One outlet called it “a toxic experience.” Ouch. Click here to continue and read more...
Talk about a stretch! Or, better, make that a streeeeeeetch. Vox has started a new type of movie review in which they take a film and try to correrelate it to current events. Since Vox, like the rest of the MSM, is absolutely obessed...Show More Summary
Within two weeks, we will see Hugh Jackman’s final ride as Wolverine in Logan. Jackman has played the titular character since 2000’s X-Men one of the first successful comic book movies that kickstarted our current “superhero cinema” phase. Although Jackman was taller than his comic book counterpart, he has encapsulated the core of the character […]
The superhero genre gets one of its all-time great entries as Hugh Jackman returns a final time to the role that made him a superstar, in director James Mangold's Logan.
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The first X-Men movie opened on July 14, 2000. A child born early that year would have just turned 17 by the time the tenth entry in the X-Men series, Logan, hits theaters next month. That is fortunate – viewers are going to need a driver’s...Show More Summary
Logan isn't a bad movie but it suffers very noticeably from two things: trying to be too edgy and taking itself too seriously. The post Logan Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
It's clear why many movie stars want to work in television. The stigma of working in the medium is all but gone at this point, and Peak TV has led to peak opportunity for the types of projects that used...
Here’s a mediocre movie that’s actually a lot more fun to unpack as a pop-culture “moment” than it is to watch – but, then… it’s also actually pretty fun to watch. The Great […] The post MovieBob Reviews: THE GREAT WALL (2017) appeared first on Geek.com.
It’s no enigma that the movie Fifty Shades Darker received a tremendously encouraging response from the public. One of the positive reviews that movie received was that the film was closely knit to the book. Thanks to a greater involvement of the writer, E. Show More Summary
It doesn’t really matter what decade you grew up, every last one has an incarnation of Batman and the makers of LEGO Batman know it, love it and embraced it with their entire snark-driven hearts. This is an easter-egg riddled, double entendre delivering, laugh out loud good time. [Read more...]
Realism is almost always a good thing in relationship studies. (Who wants to watch one that bears no resemblance to the way people actually interact?) But it can’t be the only thing. If it is, even those nodding in recognition may end up just nodding off. Show More Summary
Gore Verbinski's A Cure For Wellness hits theaters this weekend amid negative buzz, despite the fact it's actually the first impressive, entertaining horror movie of the year, with some notable flaws that still ultimately don't derail Verbinski's masterful artistic vision.
The opening title "Based on a true story" can cover a multitude of movie sins, but in "A United Kingdom," it unlocks the door to a romantic drama that grows more remarkable by the minute. While lovers faced with daunting obstacles is a dramatic tradition going back to Romeo and Juliet, if not further,...
It isn’t every week, month, or even year that Hollywood bankrolls a movie as ambitiously bugfuck as A Cure For Wellness. Equal parts baroque fairy-tale, atmospheric mystery, and hideous body-horror nightmare, the film puts what could...Show More Summary