Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are is that indie horror film you want to watch more than once.
Dark Phoenix proved that its time for Marvel to give the X-Men a very long break before they do the eventual reboot. Read our review and see what you think.
Godzilla King of the Monsters suffered from to much focus on spectacle and not enough time developing a story.
After multiple viewings Marvel and Paul Rudd's Ant-Man and the Wasp still holds up as a great funny and action packed satisfying film.
Before DC Films puts out the Justice League Director's cut, I wanted to give another look at the film many people loved to hate.
Ant-Man and the Wasp has Paul Rudd and Evangeline LIlly rounding up a very worthy Marvel sequel while director Peyton Reed is able to not get overwhelmed by a huge franchise film and keep it light and fun.
Ryan Reynolds Deadpool 2 is the perfect superhero sequel that brings back the potty mouthed superhero to fans with welcoming arms and quite a strong box office opener. For today's world Deadpool 2 is a must for those loving comedy that forces the soda out of your nose.
I’ve seen Avengers: Infinity War twice now and established that this is a very good film. The first viewing is for spectacle and the second will help you appreciate all the story and emotion going on. All the deaths become secondary. It’s a conspiracy to pump up the numbers I tell you, but you really need to see it twice as early reviews, including mine, might not have given it justice. Superb action, great drama, cool effects. That cliffhanger though.
Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War is easily the darkest of all the MCU films, and it will leave some fans with even more questions. This film is definitely a bit dark but with some drama and lightness sprinkled in. Some lightness is a bit out of place though.
Dwayne Johnson finally beats the video game to film curse with Rampage, a wonderful old fashioned style action adventure movie to satisfy everyone.
"Thor: Ragnarok" is a must watch. It may be too funny, but funny is just what we need in a world that may be on its way to its own Ragnarok.
Overall, Thor: Ragnarok is a fun and enjoyable film for those who enjoy a comedy film every now and then. This may bother some folks who think that this film is too over the top for its own good and overcompensates for how the character has been handled in his MCU appearances. That too is a minor issue on my part, but Thor could use a break.