Lightyear Review One of the earliest memories I have as a kid was watching the original Toy Story on VHS. Or listening to the book version on cassette tape. The … Continue Reading Lightyear Makes it to Infinity, but Not Quite Beyond
Twenty-five years ago, Warner Bros gave us the most unlikely of films, Space Jam. Combining live action with 2D animation, that film saw Bugs Bunny … Space Jam: A New … Continue Reading Space Jam: A New Legacy-Fun Film Weighed Down By Warner’s Insecurity
Thanks to COVID-19, it’s been more than two years since the MCU graced movie theaters. And while that problem was somewhat allieviated by the string of MCU shows on Disney+, it’s no substitute for sitting in theaters and waiting for the post-credits scene with your friends and family. This weekend, though, that drought came to an end with the arrival of Black Widow. This was a film that was long overdue for the titular hero in more ways than one.
Godzilla and King Kong stand at the very pinnacle of the giant monster genre. They are east meets west, mammal vs. reptile, two of the biggest monsters in all of fiction. They fought once sixty years ago, but fans have eagerly kept asking for them to reunite for a final match to see who would win. This Spring, 2021, these cinematic titans finally reunite in Godzilla vs Kong. And it is everything that fans could ask for!
Disney has just revealed their plans for the next few years with Disney Investor Day, and there’s a lot to look forward to!
It feels surreal knowing that it’s been five years since Phineas and Ferb took a bow, and now here we are. Now the show’s back, and with a new movie on Disney+, no less! It’s everything that Dan and Swampy promised. In all honesty, it feels like the show never left.
Dudes and dudettes, so far 2020 has been, like, bogus! First Australia was on fire, then that bogus Pandemic shuts down everything, and then the protests. Then these evil murder wasps show up and start, like, wrecking everything. This world needs something to unite the world and remind everyone to be excellent to each other. This world…needs the Great Ones.
As I was leaving the movie theater after seeing Pixar’s new movie ”Onward”, I realized something. As of this November, Pixar’s been making movies for 25 years! My mind was … Continue Reading Onward to the Movies
I’m currently writing this on my phone as I prepare to go to bed, but this can’t wait until the morning. I just got done watching My Hero Academia: Heroes … Continue Reading Deku and Bakugo Team Up in Heroes Rising and it is Glorious
When I heard that Paramount was making a Sonic the Hedgehog movie, I thought it was a terrible idea. Then I saw what they made Sonic look like, I lost it like the rest of the Internet. Thankfully, the studio made the right call, delayed the movie to fix their mistake, and released it this week. Now, what once seemed destined to be a failure is the highest grossing film based on a video game in history.
I just got done watching Weathering With You, and now I wonder why I didn’t see it sooner!
Dear JJ Abrams, I found your final battle in The Rise of Skywalker to be very dissappointing and not fitting for a grand finale. Here’s what I would have done.
http://www.cbr.com/star-wars-reveals-ren-means-lightsaber/ That’s what “REN” means? You, Disney, too lame, explain now!
As the decade draws to a close, I list off all the movies that I loved over the past ten years. There A LOT of them!
Normally, I don’t go for horror movies, but this is the one horror movie for those who hate them, The Cabin in the Woods. It basically embraces/calls out everything great/bad about the genre.
For day 14 of the 30-Day Marvel Challenge, I have to choose my favorite romance. So, I go to the MCU this time around for my favorite pairing: Rogers+Peggy.