Ugh. I liked both films previous to this, and from the trailer, I thought I’d like this one, but… Ugh. The movie was long, filled with continuity holes, and contained a plot-line that put most kids to sleep by the end of the first hour and adults to sleep by the end of the second. […]Read More How To Train Your Dragon: Hidden World Film Review
Alita Battle Angel follows the heroes quest in ways you don’t normally expect– Roller Derby Style. And since it is roller derby, it’s only fitting it be a woman who ends up on top. It’s an epic quest, and it is still anime, so it does follow many anime tropes, which I won’t mention here […]Read More Alita Battle Angel: Film Review
The Lego Movie has a special place in this home. My husband can’t get through the first movie without snorting soda out of his nose when Wildstyle is talking and Emmett hears “Blah blah blah blah blah.” And I tell you this to let you know I am a bit biased here. I liked the […]Read More Lego Movie 2nd Part – EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!
A Silent Voice Trailer I have to admit my bias in wanting to view this movie. It involves a deaf student and is dubbed by a deaf actress (Lexi Marman). It was offered by Fathom events January 31st and will be released on Blueray in the US on April 2nd. The story follows a young […]Read More A Silent Voice – Review
If you remember, a few days ago I wrote an article about Black Panther Oscar Nomination, and how Marvel capitalized on the hashtag #oscarssowhite to set themselves up to be a player in the best picture category. They are participating in a game that Hollywood plays all the time. But since they are now partnered […]Read More Marvel and Disney’s A Oscar Game
Interview with William Keeler of Roll For Crit Cast on YouTube, a channel that reviews table top games. Noelle: While researching the Fantasy Flight Games new products, I came across the Lord of the Rings game: Journeys in Middle Earth. Unable to find much about it led me to your YouTube channel, and the review […]Read More An Interview with William Keeler of Roll for Crit Cast on Youtube on the Future of Board Games in the age of Apps
When the Oscar nominees for best film came out, and Black Panther was one, I knew something was horribly wrong in the world. I knew that Hollywood, and the critics that hang like leeches from the film industry’s success, hadn’t suddenly gained respect for superhero movies. I knew that those same people hadn’t decided to […]Read More Hashtags and Oscars (Twitter is Evil Part 1)
The original release date for this documentary was December 17th 2018. Due to its popularity, another viewing was scheduled in January 2019 for the 21st. With luck, this movie will be shown again. This documentary is told in archive footage of WWI and BBC interviews of veterans of the war. Director Peter Jackson, and his […]Read More They Shall Not Grow Old – Peter Jackson Documentary on WWI — NO SPOILERS
A video report of this can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_paL1QpzQM I myself am a RECENT transplant to San Antonio from Houston, and before Houston from California’s Inland Empire, also called “the Greater Los Angeles Area.” But that’s the key right there “from California”—With the tech bubble ever expanding, and Silicon Valley ever imploding over politics, […]Read More PAX South – 2019 – report
I have a confession to make. The reason I went to go see Glass was not because I loved Unbreakable, even though I did. I didn’t see it because I love M. Night Shyamalan. His record has been a bit spotty as of late. I didn’t see it because I’ve loved Bruce Willis in everything since […]Read More Glass – – Why do critics hate comic books and scifi?