REview: 6 Underground (2019)

Michael Bay’s 6 Underground isn’t a good movie, though it is interesting, with some great human and car-based stunts. It’s also really expensive–and looks it–coming in around $150 million according to Screenrant. And I believe it, between the stunts and the locations, this movie oozes money. My question is why couldn’t a little more of […]

The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Trailer

You’d think an action comedy/drama featuring Sam Jackson and Ryan Reynolds would be a slam dunk, then you’ll catch the trailer for Patrick Hughes‘ The Hitman’s Bodyguard and come to realize that maybe that’s not always so. I was hoping that at any moment it word turn into a more erudite version of Waltet Hill’s 48 […]

Deadpool Red Band Trailer – Trailer 2

I’m not particularly fond of how Fox has treated the Marvel properties (X-Men, Fantastic Four) that they have under their control. Though my feelings–and the clusterfuck that was the recent Fantastic Four movie notwithstanding–if box office receipts are any indication, most people approve of what they’re doing with the X-Men. Which brings me to the latest […]

The Voices – Trailer

Anyone else get the feeling Ryan Reynolds needs a new agent?  This guy is supposedly on the A or B list, and yet he’s doing stuff that would seem like a better fit for a more quirky character actor. And maybe that’s not a bad thing and exactly what he wants, but I don’t know. […]

The Flash – ‘My Name Is…’ Trailer

I don’t know what it is about Warner Bros superheroes.  For some reason, if the movies are any indicator, Metropolis and Gotham City are where dreams and hope go to die.  Overall, everything is dark (more so, at least in a physical sense, in Gotham) and gloomy, as if the inhabitants carried invisible weights upon their shoulders. And […]