Yes, we need to admit it, Justice League really did suck. In part because it had plenty of ingredients that could have made it a good film, but had no idea how to use them and got in it’s own way. We deserve better. Spoilers - obviously.
No that was not a typo, I do mean Justice League vs Batman AND Superman, spoiler free-ish, (unless you’ve not seen any trailers or seen any photos of press outings).
The latest film War for the Planet of the Apes not only improved on the already ridiculously impressive CG apes, but also the storytelling.
Puka shell necklaces abound.
If you can't tell I'm a little obsessed with Thor: Ragnarok. While it's a very enjoyable film it's not perfect, and here are some thoughts that stuck with me after repeat viewings.
Happy November 1st! Halloween has come and gone and now it’s time for us to prepare for the next major holiday in the US… Thankg…. Christmas? Apparently according to Hollywood and retailers everywhere which already had their Christmas decorations ready to go (I kid you not I saw Christmas candy - which I maintain isn’t a real thing, and Halloween candy on the same shelf at my local CVS) before kids had even finished their trick or treating.
Every year it feels Christmas creeps up earlier and earlier, but this was the first year I can recall where a film with such a Christmas dependent theme debuted so far in advance of turkey day. I personally am not a huge fan of Christmas films, or quite frankly Christmas in general.
However, A Bad Moms Christmas opened today, which is unexpected considering Wednesday openings are usually reserved for actual holiday weekends, or super blockbuster events. I admittedly have a soft spot for the first Bad Moms film, so I dragged myself to the first matinee showing out of morbid curiosity.
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