The first thing to be said about the movie Unplanned is the ridiculous rating. There are no swear words, no violence, and though there is a lot of blood in parts of the movie, it’s no worse than your average PG-13 action film. The rating is a joke and a testament to how stupid the […]Read More Unplanned & Gosnell: Film Review
I don’t understand why Marvel made so many bad decisions in regards to Captain Marvel. Their trailers were horrible. They went out of their way to pick fights with fans, so much so that I didn’t go and see the movie even to write a review on it. I didn’t want to be a part […]Read More Marvel Ads for Captain Marvel have universally sucked.
Once Upon A Deadpool, or Deadpool 2 the PG-13 version, was a milder, less violent version of Deadpool 2 with a twist. The twist includes an homage to The Princess Bride and an appearance from a full grown Fred Savage. In this version, without much of a spoiler, Deadpool reads Fred a bedtime story which […]Read More Once Upon A Deadpool: Film Review
One of the first things that hit you about this animated film, is the style. The sharp lines filled in by classic coloring styles with a feint double vision in the background was meant to be a throwback to comic books. You will see a lot of shading techniques only found in old print comics, […]Read More Into the Spiderverse: 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
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
There is a problem in the film critic community and I think it may be indicative of the problems in Hollywood/the Entertainment industry as a whole.Read More Critic Review: The Upside and the big humongous elephant sized downside
Scrooge, the 1970 film starring Albert Finney is a musical version of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol.” The link to Dickens you might have guessed by the name. If you and your kids sing show tunes–if you haven’t heard “Let it Go” enough, you’ll like this musical. There have been dozens of versions of this […]Read More Underrated Christmas Films:Scrooge (1970)/Albert Finney