Ten Films That Destroyed Their Franchises

Franchises are all the rage now. Audiences love returning to see the characters they have grown to admire and cheer (or jeer). However, some franchises often crash and burn because of one movie that makes it fall apart. Here is a look at ten films that destroyed their franchises. Death Note– Not the anime, but…

Movie Review- Captain Marvel

Written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck,┬áCaptain Marvel debuts as a standalone film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, set years before the events of the first Iron Man film. Because of the main star’s grandstanding, I honestly went into this film with low expectations but found myself pleasantly surprised. Do not worry, there…

Ranking The Aliens Franchise Films

Who does not love a good xenomorph plot? Ridley Scott’s Alien franchise has gone through several iterations over the years. The film series has garnered much praise for its originality, its ability to cross pollinate genres, the strong character developments and the fear factor the alien monsters have brought to the big screen. A few…

TOP 7 INTERESTING MOVIE FAN THEORIES PART 3

When you watch a movie, you cannot help, but wander about certain things. How did this happen? Why is he or she there? What was with this certain character? To answer some of these questions, movie fans will come up with some very interesting (or out right crazy) theories to explain things. I’ve highlighted a…

TOP 7 INTERESTING MOVIE FAN THEORIES PART 2

When you watch a movie, you cannot help, but wander about certain things. How did this happen? Why is he or she there? What was with this certain character? To answer some of these questions, movie fans will come up with some very interesting (or out right crazy) theories to explain things. I’ve covered others…

amreading – Childhood’s End

Arthur C. Clarke is a science fiction master when it comes to creating some incredible novels. His book series, 2001: A Space Odyssey spawned a hit film directed by Stanley Kubrick. This time, I had the privilege of reading Childhood’s End. The book was published in 1953 and spawned a well-received miniseries from the SyFy…