X-Men (along with Blade) is credited with giving launch to the 2nd wave of comic book superhero movies. Its also, cleverly, still going along within its own continuity. Two years ago, Bryan Singer returned to the franchise he gave life with the fun and exciting Days Of Future Past. That film melded together the original […]
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Imagine a rich comic universe with plenty of potential to be found in simply taking a piece of it, rather than cramming so much into one feature film. That has been the struggle of X-Men films over the years and while some have managed to balance this assemblage of characters better than others, there is […]
Let’s forget about whether this is a good film or not for a minute. In my opinion, here’s a motion picture that should have never been made. I understand all the reasons why it was made, the rights involved, securing the property and what not, but come on, really. Do the trailers for this new Fantastic […]
I honestly forgot this was a thing, but director Kenneth Branagh continues to explore blockbuster filmmaking with a live-action feature inspired by the classic fairy tale, “Cinderella”. It will bring to life the timeless images from Disney’s 1950 animated masterpiece as fully-realized characters in a visually dazzling spectacle for a whole new generation, Disney hopes. […]
Although Fox never listed what was going to be covered during their Comic-Con panel this year, I knew I had to be there because I was pretty sure that The Wolverine would be included and I had a sneaky suspicion that we might get to see some X-Men: Days of Future Past footage. I was […]
Greetings. Welcome to my 105th professional Blu-ray review. In today’s review, I contemplate my childhood. Growing up, I remember being “madly” enamored by Mad magazine, particularly one regular strip in particular, Spy vs. Spy. Do you remember those? Those black and white characters had me in stitches every time I read their strip and I […]
Growing up, I remember being enamored by Mad magazine, particularly one regular strip in particular, Spy vs. Spy. Do you remember those? Those black and white characters had me in stitches every time I read their strip and I was overjoyed when they were eventually commercialized into everything from an animated television series to trading […]