Review – Deadpool 2

Josh Brolin is having one heck of a summer, isn't he?  First he stood toe-to-toe with the Avengers as Thanos and now here he is as the fan-favorite character Cable, giving Deadpool a run for his money (unless they're friends, of course.  One can never tell with these two.).  Deadpool 2 has been highly anticipated... Continue Reading →

Review – The Hitman’s Bodyguard

From director Patrick Hughes (The Expendables 3) comes the new action-comedy The Hitman's Bodyguard.  Starring Samuel L. Jackson and a recently-revitalized Ryan Reynolds, The Hitman's Bodyguard follows the exploits of bodyguard Michael Bryce (Reynolds) as he must ensure that renowned hitman Darius Kincaid (Jackson) makes it to the International Court of Justice in order to... Continue Reading →

Review – Life

Life is not a Venom prequel.  It's not.  Stop it.  There are vague similarities between the alien lifeform in this film and the Klyntarian symbiote made famous by Marvel's Spider-Man comics, but it ends there.  Just because this is a Sony film and Sony also holds the rights to Spider-Man and his cast of supporting characters and... Continue Reading →

20. Criminal

I typically love viewing experiences like this.  I went into Criminal with no idea regarding what I was about to watch, other than the general tone and genre as well as the amazing cast.  In fact, it was the cast that got me into the theater.  It's hard to argue with Gary Oldman, Kevin Costner,... Continue Reading →

7. Deadpool

You need to understand this: I love Deadpool.  Really.  I didn't learn about Deadpool after the film was announced and jump on the bandwagon.  I didn't discover him from thousands of cutesy Internet memes and then declare myself a knowledgeable fan without ever reading a single issue of any of his comic book series.  No, I'm a... Continue Reading →

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