A few months ago someone told me that Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One was basically the male fantasy equivalent of Fifty Shades of Grey. Essentially both were badly written books that … Continue reading Review: Ready Player One (2018) – The Return of Blockbuster Spielberg?
The fact that I am able to sit here and write a review for a Pacific Rim sequel is probably the single biggest indicator of how dramatically the power of … Continue reading Review: Pacific Rim: Uprising (2018) – Not Quite As Arousing As The Original
You know, I can’t even begin to imagine how much of a shoe-in doing a new Tomb Raider would have been to investors. On the one hand, you’ve got a … Continue reading Review: Tomb Raider (2018) – A Fun-Filled Adventure Without The Fun
It’s hardly a stretch to say that DC and their live-action slate aren’t exactly endearing critics or lighting up the box office. Considering that Marvel’s Black Panther earned the same as … Continue reading Review: Gotham By Gaslight (2018) – A Captivating Spin On The Batman Mythos
Did anyone else forget there was a Justice League movie coming out this year? Just me then… Well, fortunately Warner Brothers dropped a brand new sparkling trailer for us to … Continue reading Why It Will Be A Borderline Miracle If Justice League Turns Out To Be A Good Movie
By now you’ve all heard that Warner Brothers have fired the starting gun for an expansion of the Matrix Universe. The details are light, but it seems that Zak Penn … Continue reading Time to Take The Blue Pill And Explore Plot-lines For A Matrix Spin-off!
You know, a couple of days ago I saw a Warner Brothers distributed film that was filled with imaginative magical beasts. But due to a poor script, led by people … Continue reading My Review of Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them (2016)
You know, a couple of days ago I saw a Warner Brothers distributed film that was filled with imaginative magical beasts. But due to a poor script, led by people … Continue reading Review: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them (2016) – More Like Fantastically Bad Storytelling With Substandard Beasts