Let me start by getting this out of the way: I am TOTALLY using Logan Noir (a black & white version of the film) as a loophole to dig into Logan a second time.Read more "Film Review: Logan Noir"
Zac: Logan made a big splash with critics and the box office this past weekend, but I’m really left wondering why everyone is flipping their lid.Read more "Dissecting Logan"
Logan brings Hugh Jackman’s reign as Wolverine to an end in an entertaining, overlong and unfamiliar cinematic take on the character.Read more "Film Review: Logan"
Eddie the Eagle makes for a really good sports film, with a sport you would have never expected to be so captivating, Ski Jumping.Read more "Eddie the Eagle"
Chappie tries to do way too much, with way too many sci-fi ideas, but at least it was trying to get out of its derivative core and thinks big.Read more "Film Review: Chappie"
Bryan Singer returns to the director’s chair of the X-Men franchise and Days of Future Past is right there with First Class and X2 in quality; very, very good.Read more "Film Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past"
One quarter down so far this year, three to go. Here’s our list of what is peaking our excitement in the next few months.Read more "Looking Ahead to 2014: Second Quarter (April – June)"
The Wolverine doesn’t feel like a comic book movie for the majority of its run time and this is certainly a good thing.Read more "Film Review: The Wolverine"
“I’m the best there is at what I do, but what I did in my previous movie wasn’t very nice” This is a breakdown of The Wolverine trailer, which is included after the break. [Lauren’s note: for this breakdown we’ve got a special guest writer, so be nice!]Read more "The Breakdown: The Wolverine Trailer"
In this week’s “For You Renting Pleasure” we’re celebrating the letter B with Beasts of the Southern Wild and Butter. Sesame Street would be so proud.Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"