44. Finding Dory

If anyone were to ask me what the greatest film trilogy of all-time is, I might give an unexpected answer.  In my mind, it's not Star Wars.  It's not The Godfather.  It's not Indiana Jones.  Or Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.  Nor is it Spider-Man.  Or Back to the Future.  No, no.  I feel that the... Continue Reading →

43. The Lobster

It finally happened.  After weeks and weeks of trying and two previous failed attempts at seeing The Lobster, it finally happened. Along my March to 100, I've been in many different types of theaters.  Twice, I've even been able to kick my feet up and relax in a recliner (that was the case for Green Room and The Nice... Continue Reading →

42. Warcraft

Confession time, again: I have never played World of Warcraft.  I know, I know.  "Bad geek!  You've been a very bad geek!"  It's not that I've never wanted to play it.  In fact, it's the exact opposite.  Many, many times, I've considered giving it a try.  But then I think about all of the stories I've... Continue Reading →

41. Now You See Me 2

Now You See Me was a bit of a surprise hit back in 2013, earning $333 million worldwide on a $75 million budget.  Combining a unique premise with a varied, appealing cast, the film not only got people to the theater but gave them an enjoyable experience once they got there.  Most of the time, even... Continue Reading →

40. The Conjuring 2

The Conjuring is one of my two favorite scary movies (along with The Ring).  It was not only a great scary movie, but it was a great movie, period, regardless of genre.  The performances, the directing, the story, and how everything connected all worked to create a tight, compelling film that was made all the... Continue Reading →

39. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping is the kind of comedy I generally like.  It's smart while wearing the mask of stupidity (like Dumb & Dumber, this is the sort of film where some of the audience will walk out saying, "That was stupid," while being completely ignorant of the irony that half of the jokes went completely... Continue Reading →

38.  Me Before You

If I have one true celebrity crush (and I do), it's Emilia Clarke.  After all, it's because of her that tonight, for the first time in my life, I saw two back-to-back Thursday night preview screenings!  And this is the day before I have to get up at 6:00 in the morning, go to work, and... Continue Reading →

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