#ThrowbackThursday – Good Will Hunting

Original US release date: December 5, 1997 Production budget: $10,000,000 Worldwide gross: $225,933,435 (Note: Stop.  If you're thinking about getting snippy because Harvey Weinstein produced this movie or because you're mad at Ben Affleck or Matt Damon, stop.  Weinstein is a horrible man who did horrible things.  But Robin Williams was a great man and... Continue Reading →

Review – Justice League

It's taken a very long time to get here, but we finally have a live-action Justice League movie.  The road to the film hasn't been the smoothest, but DC and Warner Brothers got the job done, one way or another, and now it's time to sit back and take it in.  The marketing has felt a... Continue Reading →

81. The Accountant

The Accountant is the latest film from director Gavin O'Connor, about an autistic mathematician who gets wrapped up in the shady business of his equally shady clientele.  While O'Connor has been hit (Warrior) and miss (Jane Got A Gun) for me, I can't say the same for the outstanding cast - maybe the strongest in... Continue Reading →

18. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

I'm going to say this with pride: I loved Man of Steel.  It was exciting (those fight scenes . . . THOSE FIGHT SCENES!!!), intelligent, emotional, memorable and resonant.  People are still talking about it.  And they're talking about it for reasons other than the fact that it leads directly into Batman v Superman.  They're... Continue Reading →

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