Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

This is a hard one to write for me…Not only am I a Besson fan, but I had high hopes for this film and in many ways it did meet expectations. It is visually enticing and the animation is top notch. However that is about it! Based on Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Méziéres’ 1967 French ..

Wish Upon

Wish Upon

Wish Upon This is one of those films I that is hard for me to classify…With that said, it is under the “Horror” genre much like Troll 2 was. Yes it has some minor jumps here and there but it lacks in every sense of the word Horror. I will not bore you with the ..

The Mummy

The Mummy

With aspirations to be a fun summer blockbuster, “The Mummy”, directed by Alez Kurtzman, is definitely a fun, action filled movie with lots of humor and one-liners mixed in, however I doubt it will be up for any academy awards. Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) and his sidekick Chris (Jake Johnson) are freelancers traveling through the ..

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

FINALLY! We have another great movie from the DC Universe! I have to admit that with the awful track record that DC has had lately, I was really hoping that Wonder Woman would take a whole fresh take on the comic book genre and I was pleasantly surprised! I have no doubt that by having ..

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. II

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. II

Disney/Marvel sure knows how to entertain! If you are a fan of the original Guardians of the Galaxy, then you will absolutely love Guardians of the Galaxy Volume II. In fact, I think it is up there with one of the best comic book movies ever made! Not only is this movie full of typical ..

The Promise

The Promise

Terry George’s historical drama “The Promise” falls so much in love with its own epic grandness that its dramatic heart gets lost among sweeping vistas and endless parades of violent confrontations, tearful reunions and tearful goodbyes, all accompanied by the somber strings of Gabriel Yared’s torpid score. Set during the last days of the Ottoman ..

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Tale as old as time, this live-action remake of the 1991 animated Disney classic directed by Bill Condon hits the mark for viewers young and old! Staying true to the original storyline, we meet Belle (Emma Watson), a beautiful, smart, sweet and gentle young woman living in a small town but longing for much more ..

Logan

Logan

As much of as I hate to admit it, Deadpool changed the comic book genre forever! Although Deadpool was not the first R-rated comic book film as many have said, that honor belongs to Blade, it is the highest rated R film of its kind. But enough about that, we are here to try to ..

A Cure For Wellness

A Cure For Wellness

Gore Verbinsky’s new film, A Cure for Wellnes is a horror thriller, which takes place in the mountains of the Swiss Alps. Lockhart (Dane DeHaan), a young executive is sent from New York to the Alps to retrieve his CEO, Mr. Pembroke (Harry Groener), back so that he can sign merger documents to avoid bankruptcy. ..

The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie

Ok so I have to give it to the Batman Franchise and well DC for let Lego take a crack at this parody. With the merciless of mocking it took back in 2014 with the original Lego Movie it was a gutsy call, but all I have to say is BRAVO!!! This film is going ..