My Top 10 Directors For ‘Doctor Strange’ Sequel

Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson has parted ways with Disney and Marvel Studios citing “creative differences” over the direction of the film’s sequel “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” which he will still executive produce. While I am disappointed, considering how well the first film was made, I hope the MCU will locate a…

‘Venom 2’ Is Getting A Precious New Director

Sony is charging full speed ahead with a sequel to the critically panned, but audience enjoyed Venom. Though a sequel was teased at the end of the film, there was a storm of rumors surrounding it, particularly whether it would crossover with Spider-Man: Far From Home. On Monday, The Hollywood Reporter announced that ‘Lord of…

Movie Review- Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

Jumanji: The Welcome To The Jungle is a 2017 adventure comedy directed by Jake Kasdan. It is a sequel to the 1995 comedy Jumanji starring the late, great Robin Williams. In the first film, the game came to the players. In this new film, the game takes you. In 1996, Alex Vreeke (Mason Guccione) finds a mysterious…

#FilmFriday – My Favorite Films Of 2017

Movies are a tricky thing. You have viewers who have to look at a film from fifty different layers and try to examine the underlining philosophy of it. Me, I just want to know if it is entertaining or not. After that, I’ll look over the “deeper meaning” or whatever. That being said, this year,…

Movie Review- Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2

Director James Gunn returns us to the far away side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2! It has an impressive ensemble cast returning from the previous film (as well as some new) including  Chris Pratt, Kurt Russell, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker,…

Movie Review Flashback- Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles

Paul Hogan returns as Mick “Crocodile” Dundee in final film in the comedy trilogy Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. Directed by Simon Wincer, it has a hilarious cast including Linda Kozlowski (returning as Mick’s common law wife Sue), Alec Wilson, Jere Burns, Jonathan Banks, Aida Tuturro, Paul Rodriguez, Serge Cockburn (Mick’s son Mikey), and featuring…

Movie Review Flashback- Crocodile Dundee 2

Produced and directed by John Cornell, it features Paul Hogan returning as Mick “Crocodile” Dundee along with Linda Kozlowski as his common law wife Sue. They are joined by Luis Guzman, Colin Quinn, John Meillon, Juan Fernandez, and many others in this hilarious comedy film. Mick is adjusting to life in New York City however…

Age of Ultron VS Dawn of Justice

If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you know I’m a die-hard Batman fan. I celebrated his 75th anniversary with a whole month of Bat-themed posts. However, I find myself more excited about Avengers: Age of Ultron than Batman V Superman- Dawn of Justice. Why is that? Well, for one thing, the…

Movie Review- Thor: The Dark World

What is now known the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings us Thor The Dark World, a sequel to the first film with Chris Hemsworth. Thor (Chris Hemworth) is now pitted against the Dark Elf Malekith, who at one time tried to engulf the universe in total darkness. When Dr. Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) finds the Aether,…

Movie Review- Despicable Me 2

From the original creators and with the original cast, comes a new and very hilarious sequel to the popular Despicable Me, about a super-villain that learns love is more important than being a criminal. Despicable Me 2 finds Gru still in the midst of Fatherhood while everyone is trying to set him up on a…

11 Films That Need A Sequel

While some films have satisfying endings and leave applauding. Others, we are happy to see a sequel, but they have not materialized or are still in the planning stages. Here is my list of 11 Films That Need A Sequel. Warning there will be spoilers in this article.  The Incredible Hulk– What is now known as the Marvel…

Movie Review- The Dark Knight Rises

I have been a Batman fan since I could walk. There was one show in particular that was very dark and violent that they allowed me to watch: Batman: The Animated Series. I loved that show! It led me to, as a teenager, collect comic books (which my collection is pretty impressive). When I first…