#ThrowbackThursday – Les Misérables (2012)

Original US release date: December 25, 2012 Production budget: $61,000,000 Worldwide gross: $441,809,770 I was just talking about this movie, a few weeks ago, when I did a #ThrowbackThursday post for 2004's The Phantom of the Opera by Joel Schumacher.  Like that one, Les Misérables is a beloved musical (though probably more highly-regarded than Phantom... Continue Reading →

Review – The Mummy (2017)

As you may be aware, The Mummy is not only a revival of the classic Universal monster who first hit the big screen way back in 1932 (as portrayed by Boris Karloff) but is also an effort by Universal to launch their own connected universe, ala Marvel's MCU, built around their movie monster library.  To... Continue Reading →

32.  The Nice Guys

Right off the bat, here, I want to say that the marketing department gets a huge win for The Nice Guys.  I'm not a fan of much of anything from the seventies.  I don't like the clothes.  I don't like the cars.  I don't like the hair.  I don't like the vernacular.  I don't like... Continue Reading →

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