64. Hunt for the Wilderpeople

I have a soft spot for anyone who was in Jurassic Park.  It's my favorite movie.  It's the movie that made me love movies.  It's the reason I'm doing this.  So, I'm likely to catch a movie starring Sam Neill, especially if the role in any way appears reminiscent of Alan Grant.  I'm also interested... Continue Reading →

63. Suicide Squad

Folks, Suicide Squad is about as highly-anticipated as a movie gets.  And while there are a number of factors tying into that, the primary reason can be boiled down to two simple words: Harley Quinn. The Harley Quinn column that I wrote earlier this year was my most-read piece until yesterday (when my Rotten Tomatoes piece destroyed everything I've... Continue Reading →

#ThrowbackThursday – Raiders of the Lost Ark

Original US release date: June 12, 1981 Production budget: $18,000,000 Worldwide gross: $389,925,971 So, I have a personal story regarding this week's #ThrowbackThursday, the all-time classic Raiders of the Lost Ark. For those of you who don't know me personally, when I'm not writing about movies and taking trips to Alaska, I'm a teacher.  I... Continue Reading →

62. Café Society

Blake Lively is back!  Hooray! Okay, so I would have seen Café Society, anyway.  I've become a fan of Woody Allen's recent films and try to catch each one he releases.  I tend to really enjoy them - especially if Allen's not acting.  Annie Hall was enough Allen acting for me.  Thankfully, he rarely does so, these... Continue Reading →

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