While Volume 2 of Guardians of the Galaxy is still a bit reluctant to part with its delinquent spirit and doubles down on its off-color humor, it makes a surprisingly powerful bid for matters of the heart.
Scarlet Witch better make some room because another magician has made his debut in the MCU. Doctor Strange has arrived. This film is unique and colorful. A visual stunner. But does it suffer from moral ambiguity?
“To what degree” you ask? Good question. Is it only partially, or is it absolute obsession? I can’t say for certain. But in my view…I love Batman.
The wait is finally over. Jason Bourne has returned to the big screen for the first time since 2007. The Bourne Legacy may have been the most recent film in the series, but for many it left something to be desired. Perhaps it was Jason Bourne himself. Much to fans’ excitement, Bourne is back for a new chapter of his own. There’s no shortage of action and thrills in his latest outing, but does Jason Bourne give us anything new?
Jumper, while it may be a reasonably enjoyable ride, fails to make certain distinctions about God that should not be omitted.
If you’re wondering if Jurassic World is worth putting money down for a ticket, wonder no more. Before Jurassic World, I didn’t really consider myself a big Jurassic Park fan. Spielberg, Trevarrow and company may have finally won me over, because now I want to go back and watch all the previous films.
Have you ever seen that 1998 Godzilla film with Matthew Broderick? Well, allow me to assure you that Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla makes that movie look like a morbid comedy.
Actually, let me take that back. The 1998 movie doesn’t need any help looking silly, because it just is. In contrast, you’ll find nothing laughable about the latest outing of our favorite giant monster.