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 →

#ThrowbackThursday – The Village

Original US release date: July 30, 2004 Production budget: $60,000,000 Worldwide gross: $256,697,520 If you're a regular reader, you may know I was once among M. Night Shyamalan's biggest fans.  He lost me after a handful of subpar films, but has recently been winning me back with The Visit and Split.  This particular film, The... 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 →

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 →

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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