I heard you like lists?
It’s the very last day of 2016, which means I have a moral obligation to dust off the old blog and create a list.
Yesterday, the talk of Tinsel Town was the announcement that 20th Century Fox was looking to remake John Carpenter’s “Big Trouble in Little China” and have Dwayne “The Rock” Johnso
It has been a long time since a film was good enough for me to see it twice in theatres. Mad Max: Fury Road is that good.
New photos of Joker and Harley Quinn have surfaced from the upcoming Suicide Squad film. The reaction has been considerably less than what Warner Bros was probably looking for.
Before I begin, let me re-iterate I’ve taken a break from watching superhero movies since X-Men: Days of Future Past.
15 years ago from today, a film came out and changed my life.
While it was released on October 15, 1999, I didn’t watch it until 2000.
This review is going to discuss plot. Do not read unless you saw the film or you have no interest in seeing the film.
It is the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters. Like many theatres across North America, my local theatre decided to run it for today to celebrate the milestone.
There’s a common complaint about movies in Hollywood these days, specifically of the summer blockbuster variety.
I’m an opinionated person.
I’m not going to say I haven’t been annoying about it in the past. I’m sure I have been many times. Butting in how I feel about something.