Let’s face it. I’m not a fan of King Kong but I do like a good monster movie. I’ve seen the 70’s version which was good, and later King Kong Lives, which was bad and the Peter Jackson remake which was great.
Right off the bat, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was awesome. I found it better than Force Awakens. There, I said it. We can end it right there with that statement or you can go on and take some upcoming spoilers
Like the also dying Western genre, I want film noir to have a resurgence. It may take some doing, but it can definitely happen. Many of the aforementioned ones show how there are at least a few filmmakers out there who still want keep the femme fatale soirée going. Sadly, Kiss Me Kill Me only dug the genre’s grave a bit deeper.
Marius Marionilla checked out 'Doctor Strange' in the Phillippines and had only great things to say about it in his spoiler free review
My main issue with Scare Campaign as a whole is that it felt like there should have been more to it. And I don’t mean I needed more deeply thought out social commentary, I just felt like there was about a quarter of the story missing.
The thing about 13th is that it is something everyone needs to see because the information, backed by undisputable facts, is eye opening. We need to talk about this. We need to talk about how the original The Birth of a Nation