According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony’s movie division posted a $107 million profit, which is particularly impressive considering only two years earlier they posted a $719 million LOSS. Now, if you’re Sony you’re probably feeling pretty good about things though if you’re a person who happens to be watching a Sony movie…let’s just say your […]
A few hours ago Sony released the teaser trailer for their upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home and it looks like a lot of fun (like any Spider-Man movie should be). And did I mention that Mysterio is the villain? Played by the–at times–uber-creepy Jake Gyllenhaal? In fact, the only shortcoming I can find with the […]
This is an awesome movie! Now, by ‘awesome’ I mean ‘effective’ because the story is a mess an it has…problems. What makes Escape Room work is the actors. They’re no joke and buy into a bizarre scenario–that’s gets progressively more ridiculous the more you learn about it–with aplomb. Want more info, check out my review!
You might be saying to yourself: ‘Wtf!?’ ‘Mysterio’ doesn’t start with an ‘A?’ Ah! But when you think about it, Mysterio is one of the most awesome villains in Spidey’s rogues gallery, so it’s a fitting accolade. Created in 1964 by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee, Mysterio first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #13 and […]
Besides the title being a bit silly–after all the Men In Black includes aliens from OTHER WORLDS, for frak’s sake! Yet somehow we’re emphasizing it’s international nature!? Then there’s the product placement (memo to studio: If you’re seeing obnoxious product placement in the damn trailer it’s likely to be even more so in the movie, […]
Gareth Evans’ The Raid: Redemption is spoken of particularly highly by people who appreciate martial arts movies, and there’s something to be said for the fight choreography, which is particularly remarkable at times, Though the problem is the movie doesn’t bring too much else to the table beyond the aforementioned fighting. Which means that once […]
Lately I’ve been a little leery of Screen Gems (while they did release John Carpenter’s Ghosts Of Mars–an underrated movie) because they released the horror (in a bad way) that are, for the most part, the Resident Evil movies and more recently, Slender Man. The latter being very, very ‘Meh.’ Though I have to admit […]