Tag Archive for 'Lana Wachowski'

Jupiter Ascending (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Jupiter Ascending, quite the despised film that I guess won’t go away thanks to a new home video format.  My average film score on the Blu-ray and kind thoughts on the merits it did bring to the table were met with plenty of disdain when I posted the review and shared it to social media.  The […]


JUPITER ASCENDING Ascends To Blu-ray June 2nd!

Jupiter Ascending is likely the most polarizing film of 2015’s first quarter.  Nobody went to see it and a lot of those that did, didn’t really care for it.  Personally, as a fan of the Wachowskis, it was one I was anticipating regardless of whether or not it was delayed.  Was it a good or […]


‘Jupiter Ascending’ Is Wonderfully…AWFUL! (Movie Review)

If I was completely ignorant and judged Jupiter Ascending by its cover, I’d be staying the hell away from it even though I love science fiction.  The trailers for the movie looked absolutely horrible.  When they pulled it from its former release schedule last year I have to be honest with y’all, I was hoping […]


WB Debuts New Trailers For Godzilla, Jupiter Ascending, and Edge of Tomorrow

The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug is a big release for this time of year, with a likely gross ending up north of a billion dollars worldwide.  Given the nature of this release, it only makes sense for Warner Brothers to debut trailers for a few of their potential blockbusters for next year around the same […]


Cloud Atlas (Blu-ray Review)

Ever see something so confusing that looks so mind-bending that you just had to see it with your own eyes despite what your better judgment and gut told you?  Well, that’s exactly how I felt about Cloud Atlas and its many bizarre, but very bold and ambitious trailers out there.  Much like the story within […]


‘Cloud Atlas’ Presents A Sextet Like No Other

For all the sequels and blockbuster we have gotten this year, an ambitious, high-budgeted, semi-independent film has certainly tried to push itself to the top as well.  Cloud Atlas is one of the more unique films I have seen this year, as it not only swaps between six different storylines, but six different time periods, […]