The Death Cure – Film Review

Posted by on Feb 4, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
The Death Cure – Film Review

Young Adult Dystopian book-to-film adaptations have certainly faded into the sunset as of late. A lot of them started to blend together and lost their own unique identity in order to separate themselves to showcase why they were great book franchises to begin with. “Maze Runner – The Death Cure” is the closing chapter in […]

The Greatest Showman – Film Review

Posted by on Jan 31, 2018 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
The Greatest Showman – Film Review

Musicals are slowly coming back in this modern age. After the success of “La La Land” there are more and more films coming out that have either a musical element or are straight up musicals that audiences are flocking to see not only the film but to go to the “Sing-A-Longs” for a pure entertaining […]

The Post (2017) – Film Review

The Post (2017) – Film Review

When you hear that a film is starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and directed by Steven Spielberg you would think automatic success done deal — here is your Oscar right now moment right? Well almost. This film has an embarrassment of riches in talent including those previously mentioned with Sarah Paulson, Alison Brie, Carrie Coon, […]

The Shape of Water – Film Review

The Shape of Water – Film Review

Guillermo Del Toro is a prolific filmmaker and it shows in this picture that he has perfected his craft. One thing that he has done with this film is that he has learned to make a pleasant film that doesn’t offend anyone or treat its characters as terrible people that you should never root for, […]

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Film Review

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Film Review

There are always great crime based story films about a murder and the solving of that murder. This is not one of those films. “Three Billboards” is a dark comedy about a mother grieving over the death of her daughter and her ability to cope by utilizing the billboards in order to find the justice […]

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) – Film Review

Posted by on Dec 29, 2017 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
Murder on the Orient Express (2017) – Film Review

For the studio to take Agatha Christie’s classic book “Murder on the Orient Express” and adapt it again in the year 2017 feels slightly like a stretch of 20th Century FOX looking for a property to launch that they can get ahold of to get a cash flow. Going in with lowered expectations after the […]

Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Film Review

Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews, MARV | No Comments
Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Film Review

It is always hard to top a first entry when it becomes a wild sensation. To replicate its success or even top it is a huge challenge. What Matthew Vaughn delivered with this entry was more of a serviceable sequel that doesn’t step on it’s predecessor but builds upon it. There is a lot of […]

War for the Planet of the Apes – Film Review

Posted by on Jul 15, 2017 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
War for the Planet of the Apes – Film Review

In this final entry you always expect a giant spectacle in a closing chapter, but instead with this film you get a great closure to a character’s arc. Caesar’s arc comes to a strong close with a personal struggle between him and the Zealot war leader of Woody Harrelson’s character. Their dynamic has a great […]

Logan – Film Review

Logan – Film Review

After 17 years of playing this character Hugh Jackman is retiring as being Logan/Wolverine. In his films they haven’t been well received previously due to studio meddling and interference in the director’s creative vision rather than trust the talent. With this film they really got their creative voice in charge here by showcasing the comics […]

Hidden Figures – Film Review

Posted by on Jan 8, 2017 in 20th Century Fox, Film Reviews | No Comments
Hidden Figures – Film Review

Hidden Figures is a great film to add to the grown collection of films involving America’s Space Exploration. It showcases real achievements that should be shown to youth and all Americans that anyone can do anything if they work their way onto being first to set examples for others. Being First is hard, it is […]

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