2014’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot was hated or disliked by pretty much everyone, but since when does that stop the sequel train? Two years later, the four green bros are back together to fight enemies new and old, alongside allies old and new.
Despite lackluster reviews, 2010’s Alice in Wonderland made a boatload of money so it’s little surprise that eventually a sequel would make its way to the big screen. Reminding us that it has been a while since we’ve seen a new installment of that other Depp powered franchise, Through The Looking Glass starts out onContinue reading “Review – Alice Through the Looking Glass”
Taking eight special days out of the year and twisting them into terror filled vignettes, Holidays is a horror anthology with an enticing premise.
You thought you knew the story of Peter Pan. Well, according to this movie, you don’t. At least not the whole thing.
A fictionalized account of true events, Endgame is the story of Jose (Modern Family‘s Rico Rodriguez) and his journey to bring his family and classmates together through chess.
After a nuclear holocaust, Ann (Margot Robbie) is, as far as she knows, the last living person on Earth. Holed up in the inexplicable safe-haven of her family’s farm, she does little more than survive on hope. Hope that her parents will return with refugees. Hope that her brother survived when he went after them. Continue reading “Review – Z for Zachariah”
Pretty much everyone who isn’t me has seen the classic comedy, National Lampoon’s Vacation. Well, here’s a sequel, reboot, spinoff, remake another one.
If you’ve seen either Despicable Me movies, you know the Minions. The little yellow guys who do Gru’s bidding and speak a weird mix of French, English, Spanish, and Gibberish (I think). Well they needed an origin story, of course, so here we go!
Hailing from Ukraine, The Tribe presents something that, to my knowledge, has never been seen on screen before. A full length work of fiction presented entirely in sign language.
It wouldn’t be the summer movie season without at least one big disaster flick, and here it is. Dwayne Johnson stars in San Andreas, about what happens when the entire titular fault line (including the parts of it we didn’t know existed) goes off at once, taking most of California with it.