… the best superhero (and action) films have been by auteur directors and did have real risks and consequences … Logan, The Dark Knight, Joker and even Tim Burton’s Batman from 1989 were all very big risks, and transcend the “Marvel” problem Scorsese is talking about … Scorsese has made a decision — based on his age (he actually pretty much says this in his OpEd piece) and his prejudices — to discard and entire segment of films.
Wrote this article about the D20 die and then also somehow about Marvel and Scorsese…
Detective Pikachu makes an appeal to Chris’ nostalgia for Pokemon and it totally works.
We take on the impossible task of reviewing a movie all about endings without spoiling it.
Chris indulges in a bad habit and picks apart a silly part of a silly movie.
Chris just really enjoyed Captain Marvel because why not?
WARNING: Light spoilers ahead BRIAN RUSSELL: Hey there Sam! Certainly you know this, and most regular readers of the blog will also be aware, I am a comic book fan from way back, and waited my entire life for the modern age of digital effects to make the superhero’s of my childhood look so realistic… Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse goes where no superhero film has gone before
Venom was a movie that I had absolutely zero interest in seeing. Aside from a shockingly good cast there was no reason to expect anything from it. I rolled my eyes with everyone else at the trailer. Surely a mediocre shart that I didn’t need to see. But as the “mixed-to-negative” reactions started rolling in… Continue reading Venom could have been better by being worse
Yeah, yeah, we’re talking about Thanos AGAIN.
Happy birthday, Speed Racer!