This is not a spoiler free review. So, if you haven’t seen the film yet, stop ready now. Seriously, If I see you bitched about the fact this movie was somewhat ruined, I will show up to your house with a pillowcase full of knobs. Then, I will repeatedly beat the stupidity out of you. No joke. And don’t bring your kids to this movie. Idiots. So the Swan Song for the most popular X-Men of all time has finally be released and on top of it, as a Rated R film. Directed by the amaz
Never in 14646465145615656416 years, did I ever think that the kid friendly Marvel gloves would come off and we would see Logan in his full bloody fury. First off, we need to thank Ryan Reynolds and the Dead pool team. Let's be honest, it was because the major success because it was Rated R and even after it took a huge hit to production because FOX didn't believe in it. And here we are. Months away from the last Wolverine film. I find it quite sad in away because, it wasn't
As it launches this Friday, I was able to snag a copy before the premiere. This movie is a testament as to why I do not like “film critics” which clearly I use the term very loosely. I saw reviews such as “Greatest X-Men film of all time,” which lead me to ask, what film were you watching? The film focuses around the birth of the mutant race in a way. Apocalypse being known as the first mutant, which is a nice way of saying he is a the “mutant god father.” Before I get too fa
With the release of the first trailer for the Assassin’s Creed film last night, I began to wonder, will the video game movie curse be lifted? What curse, you ask? The long-held idea that video games can’t make the transition into good films. The theory started in 1993, when the Super Mario Bros movie was released, it was the first video game to be adapted into film. Fans were upset because it didn’t follow the original mythology of the games, and became a box office flop, cau
It’s that time again. Summer Blockbuster Season, which usually starts in May and ends in August. Probably my favourite period on the movie calendar. (Though December is good too, but that’s a whole other article) To help get us all excited for the season of popcorn films, here’s my Top 10 Most Anticipated Summer Movies for 2016. Enjoy! 10. Pete’s Dragon: This is a remake of a 1977 Disney film about an orphan boy named Pete, who lives in the forest with a dragon named Elilot.