Time to buckle in and everyone make sure you have your nostalgia goggles on, because today we’re talking about Power Rangers! Okay, we’re talking about the new Power Rangers film that just hit theaters this weekend. Is it good? Is it bad? Will by childhood be forever ruined by this abomination of a film? That’s what we’re here to tackle today! So read on! As usual, this will be absolutely spoiler-free so you can read without fear. Let’s get started.
Well, everyone here we are back again with another movie review! Today we’re going to talk about Kong: Skull Island, the latest incarnation of the classic character from Legendary in the same vein as 2014’s Godzilla, and in fact paving the way for an eventual rematch between the two characters. So let’s get right to it and see how it is!
I just had to share this will all of you. After a number of teasers popped up Tuesday, we were told that a full trailer for what will probably be one of the most anticipated movies of 2017 would be debuting Wednesday. I speak of course, about Geostorm. Yes, that weather-disaster thriller brought to us by Dean Devlin and starring Gerard Butler (why do you keep doing this to me, man?). Also, Jerry Bruckheimer and another director, Danny Cannon is involved too. It’s kind of complicated. But on to the trailer.
Hey, everyone, back with another movie review for you! I know there were a few trailers and whatnot this week but I got to see Logan and I really want to talk about that instead. If you are interested in the trailers, I’d say the one to check out this week if you want something new is the one for the new Duck Tales show coming out this year. It looks like it could be a lot of fun. But that’s not why we’re here, is it? I want to talk about Wolverine, and I’m sure you guys to do. So let’s talk Wolverine.
With filming expected to start this month for an 8 episode run premiering in September, Marvel and ABC have now announced the actors who will be playing Blackbolt, Medusa and Maximus in their upcoming Inhumans TV Show. So far the cast consists of Anson Mount as Blackbolt, Serinda Swan as Medusa and Iwan Rheon as Maximus. Rheon is obviously a name that a few people will be familiar with, seen as he's been in some show called Game Of Thrones that is quite popular, but both Mount and Swan have experiance in doing Superhero TV Shows, having both appeared in Smallville (with Swan playing Zatanna), so certainly some interesting casting there. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Hey everyone, sorry about the delay but I’m coming back at you with another movie review. This time we’re talking about John Wick Chapter 2, the follow-up to the explosive 2014 original. I had been interested in seeing the first one but hadn’t gotten around to it until I’d mentioned it one time and my mum, of all people, immediately lent us her copy so that we could watch it (it’s also on Netflix). I loved the first one, so my expectations for the sequel were pretty high. So what did I think of Chapter 2?
Hey everyone, today we’re going to be talking Lego. Lego Batman, specifically, as we saw him first in The Lego Movie. He was a side character there, but now he’s front and center in his very own film. So let’s see how he did. As always, this review is spoiler-free, so read on without fear!
Hey everyone, just tiding things over until the weekend and I will hopefully being seeing a couple of movies to review. So for the time being, let’s see what news has come out this week to keep us going. I'll be linking all the articles and avoiding anything too spoilery here, so I'll leave it up to you whether you want to read any further or not.
So my Facebook and Twitter feeds tell me that there was some manner of large sporting event this past weekend.
I kid, of course. But, as far as the Super Bowl goes, this is kind of my attitude toward it:
So with that being said, let’s have a look at all the goodies we got this year!
Marvel have recently announce the main casts for two upcoming television projects, Cloak and Dagger & The Runaways (yes, I've been waiting for this one for years). You can read more here:
Cloak and Dagger is scheduled to start airing on Freeform (ABC Family) in 2018. Filming for The Runaways is scheduled to start this month but there is no word on an expected air date as yet.
What do you guys think of the casting choices? Are you excited about these two Marvel projects? Let us know in the comments below.
And with that