Whoopsies! Bad opinion alert! Avert your eyes! Shazam! is my favorite superhero movie of the year so far. Even though it is first and foremost a comedy, (and it sure delivers on that front) Shazam! has a really effective emotional center to it. The depiction of the foster family feels genuine and it grounds the movie … Continue reading Shazam! – Quick Thoughts
A perfectly fine origin story that is in line with the original Thor in terms of tone and quality. Space Ben Mendelson and young Nick Fury take it up from a meh to a good. Pretty weak compared to the other movies in Phase 3. 7/10
I love the original How to Train Your Dragon to death. It's a 10/10 in my eyes. The sequel wasn't as good, but it had amazing action and an ending that packed a punch. I was hoping that the third and final entry would be just as enjoyable and poignant as the first two, but … Continue reading How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World – Quick Thoughts
I was a fool. I was sure that Glass would be good. I trusted Shyamalan. Why would he connect Split to Unbreakable if he didn't know what to do with the story? He didn't know what to do with the story. It felt cheap, lazy, and disrespectful to both Split and Unbreakable. Glass was bad. … Continue reading Glass Quick Thoughts
I can't stop thinking about Upgrade. It is embedded into my mind like STEM is embedded into Upgrade's protagonist. STEM allows a man, (who I call Tom Hardy-ish) who was paralyzed in an attack from a high-tech gang that killed his wife, to walk again. It soon becomes sentient and helps Tom Hardy-ish find his … Continue reading Upgrade Movie Review: a Brutal and Bad-Ass Vision of the Future
When the amazing first trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse came out, there was no doubt in my mind that we were in for something special. The art style was striking, the original music was banging, and the main character was finally Miles Morales! I was instantly in love. Some people were a little more … Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the best superhero movie of all time. Here’s why.
Once Upon a Deadpool is weird. And not in the way I expected. It is a PG-13 version of Deadpool 2 portrayed as a storybook that Deadpool is reading to Fred Savage in a perfectly recreated set of The Princess Bride. That's weird. The weird that I didn't expect was the odd choices of censorship. … Continue reading Once Upon a Deadpool Movie Review: A Chopped Up and Muddled Deadpool 2 that Remains Fun