A little more than two months ago, I wrote an entire article about Krypton and the impression we got of it from Man of Steel. The Kryptonian still lacks depth so, Man of Steel are we missing something? … More Man Of Steel Are We Missing Something?
The Mission Impossible franchise started with a TV show, but it was not until 1996, the IMF year, that it got it second wind with secret agent Ethan Hunt. … More 1996 The IMF Year Is Mission Impossible
All we know is that Krypton faced destruction, and that is the reason why Kal-El arrived on Earth. Not much of a backstory aside from his parents trying to save their firstborn. … More Man of Steel Six Years Later Is Krypton That Backwards?
Critics have already chimed in with broadly negative reviews, and ticket sales significantly dropped after the film’s release. But I strongly disagree with the prevailing harsh criticisms. In fact, I’m not sure I saw the same film they did. … More The Path of Empathy in Dark Phoenix
On July 17th, 1987 RoboCop released in the theatres as an R rated movie—however, rated initially as an X movie by Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) due to excessive graphic violence. … More Dead or Alive You Are Coming With Me
Aboard the Event Horizon you can find horror in a new definition of pseudo-physics and dragged in a world where logic and space coexist. … More Aboard The Event Horizon Find Infinite Terror
There’s one Grey that I would so enjoy meeting and ask a thousand questions. I watched the movie when it came out, and it happened to play on television a few days ago. I thought, why not do a review about a cool, friendly alien! The Original Summary “For the past 60 years, a wisecracking … More Remembering Paul