In preparation for the newest X-Men movie, Logan, I saw X-Men Apocalypse against everyone’s recommendation. Logan owes me big time.Read more "Movie Night with Lauren: X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)"
X-Men: Apocalypse is the latest (last?) of the First Class reboot of the X-Men franchise and while it has its moments it never really excels above being average superhero fare.Read more "Film Review: X-Men: Apocalypse"
We all know the story of Frankenstein and his monster, as Igor will state on more than one occasion. So why not see it again!? Victor Frankenstein is here to dive deeper into an early section of the monster’s creation, focusing on the men who cried, “It’s alive!”Read more "Film Review: Victor Frankenstein"
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"
Trance has an interesting premise and some great visuals, but it has a serious problem of telling instead of just showing; or shut the fuck up Rosario Dawson.Read more "Film Review: Trance"
X-Men: First Class is a great comic book film that is anchored by a fantastic cast and resets the X-Men universe in an era ripe for potential future films. The film opens up right where the franchise did, with Erik Lehnsherr being separated from his family at a Nazi concentration camp and ripping a fence […]Read more "Review: X-Men: First Class"
Robert Redford’s latest is a fine looking and produced telling of a fairly unknown story in American history that fails to really excel to anything more than a straight forward court room drama that serves as a parallel to our modern day travails with prosecuting through Guantanamo Bay. Now you might ask how a movie […]Read more "Review: The Conspirator"