The Jurassic Park franchise roared back to life in a huge way back in 2015 with Jurassic World. This sequel hopes to keep it going.
After being plagued by numerous issues behind the scenes, the backstory of our favorite scruffy space scoundrel is finally here on the big screen.
The last chapter in Thomas’ post apocalyptic adventure is finally here.
A former commercial pilot turns his fortunes around when he begins working for both the CIA and the cartel, smuggling guns, information, people, and drugs. Eventually, this sort of scheme has to catch up with you though, right?
It would be quite amusing to see the TV edit of The Hitman’s Bodyguard.
Charlize Theron is Lorraine Broughton – if John Wick and James Bond had a daughter together (just go with it), she would be Lorraine Broughton. Sent on an undercover mission to the heart of Berlin during the Cold War, she’s got to decide who to trust and who might be out to kill her as she racesContinue reading “Review – Atomic Blonde”
Did a Cars movie just make me misty-eyed?
I’ve lost track of just how many adaptations of the King Arthur legend there have been. Some hew close the the source material. Some are this movie.
Raising a child by yourself is hard enough. For Frank (Chris Evans) it’s an extra challenge when the child in question is a mathematical prodigy, trying to find a way to fit in with other seven year olds while hungering for intellectual stimulation. When her estranged grandmother suddenly swoops in to give her “the lifeContinue reading “Review – Gifted”
It has been twenty (!) years since the Power Rangers has been on the big screen, but the spandex ninja series is still going strong on television since debuting in 1993. I’d be willing to bet there are some of you reading this who have been alive for fewer years than Power Rangers has beenContinue reading “Review – Saban’s Power Rangers”