Keep in mind I enjoyed reading Frank Herbert’s Dune. Heck, I even enjoyed David Lynch’s 1984 interpretation (as fascinating as it was, it wasn’t Dune; too nihilistic, too ugly). So why am I pessimistic? Dune is ambitious, BIG storytelling though the problem is that I am not sure there’s an audience for it large enough […]
The latest trailer for Warner Bros/Legendary’s Godzilla: King Of The Monsters dropped about an hour ago, and here’s to hoping that it shows a bit more Godzilla than the 2014 movie, where the monster felt like a guest star in it’s own movie.
At this point I’m just glad we’re (apparently) getting a Godzilla movie that actually features Godzilla for more than a combined fifteen or twenty minutes. And I know that that’s selfish of me but when I go see a movie titled ‘Godzilla’ I don’t think it’s asking too much to see the damn huge lizard […]
What is it with Matt Damon and comments and/or activities of a racially-dubious nature? First there were the comments made during his and Ben Affleck’s HBO series–now cancelled–Project Greenlight, where Damon finds diversity okay, as long as it’s in its place. If I recall, that happened sometime last year (or earlier this year). Now Damon […]
If you ask me the true test of whether or not a movie is a good one is that of time, namely if it can stand up well to repeated viewings.
Legendary Pictures can certainly use a hit, after the dismal performance of Black Hat and Seventh Son. That being said, I hope that Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak is the movie that does it for them. That being said, there are a few things riding against it. First off, it’s rated R, which means that […]