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?
Jumper, while it may be a reasonably enjoyable ride, fails to make certain distinctions about God that should not be omitted.
After The Librarians‘ inaugural season, I had my doubts about whether the show would be worth exploring any further. Sure, it showed potential, but in my opinion it seemed a bit too flat at times. However, I’d decided that if a second season was launched, I’d try to be open minded. I’m pretty happy with that decision, because so far, I’ve been pleasantly surprised.
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.
Since Disney now owns Lucasfilm and a new Star Wars trilogy is well on its way, it was really only a matter of time before rumors started floating about a potential Indiana Jones film.
When I first realized that The Librarians television series would be based on the TNT original movies starring Noah Wyle, I became genuinely excited. I’d been hoping for a while that the adventures of The Librarian would be revisited, because the movies are so enjoyable and creative and Flynn Carsen is such an intriguing character that I was convinced that there remained a lot of untapped potential. I thought, “Well, it’s about time!” – there hadn’t been a new Librarian adventure since 2008. After experiencing the first two episodes of the new series, The Crown of King Arthur and The Sword in the Stone, it seemed like TNT might be on to something. But following the show’s two hour premiere, has it lived up to expectations?