It’s no secret the multiverse was ripped wide open in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) tried helping Peter Parker out and, in doing so, tore the fabric of space and time open so that anybody could come into the MCU. That plays a massive connection into the new Doctor Strange film. Wanda/Vision also played a hugeContinue reading “Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness Review”
With 5 Honorable Mentions Blue Bayou 74% Rotten Tomatoes 58% Metacritic 5 stars Antonio LeBlanc is a Korean adoptee raised in a small town in the Louisiana bayou. He’s married to the love of his life, Kathy, and raising his beloved stepdaughter, Jessie. Struggling to make a better life for his family, he must soonContinue reading “My Top 10 Films of 2021”
I would be lying if I said I wasn’t a fan of Spider-Man. I’ve been reading Spider-Man comics since I was a kid, which is a long time ago. I’ve seen all the movies in the theater the night they came out, including the first Raimi Spider-Man which came out twenty years ago. Needless to say, Spider-Man: No Way Home isContinue reading “Spider-Man: No Way Home Review”
Based on the 1967 novel of the same name from Thomas Savage is acclaimed director Jane Campion’s newest film. She has already won an Academy Award for writing the screenplay for The Piano back in 1993 and was nominated for Best Director. She’s been nominated for the Primetime Emmys for her television mini-series Top of the LakeContinue reading “The Power of the Dog Review”
Spy films have evolved since their origin. The James Bond franchise is the measuring stick that all spy films are measured by. But that isn’t where the spy genre stops. Some are comedies, some are based on television shows, and some are based on great works of literature. All that considered, the best spy films are thoseContinue reading “The Courier Review”
Films about the fallout from 9/11 have been fee and far between over the almost two decades since that tragic day. The country has been looking for people to blame for those tragedies ever since. The Report and Fair Game are two of the best films dealing with the said fallout of this event in this country’s history. YouContinue reading “The Mauritanian Review”
I believe The Academy Awards should reevaluate how many nominees should be given in the acting categories.
15;Trumbo In 1947, successful screenwriter Dalton Trumbo (Bryan Cranston) and other Hollywood figures get blacklisted for their political beliefs. 14:Creed Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) never knew his famous father, boxing champion Apollo Creed, who died before Adonis was born. However, boxing is in his blood, so he seeks out Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) andContinue reading “My 30 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall and Winter 2015 Pt. 2”