Die Hard is a bona fide all time classic. I revisit the movie myself every single Christmas since I was given the box set as a Bar Mitzvah present, and nearly 20 years later, the movie hasn’t aged a day outside of Bruce Willis’ hairline. A mercifully forgotten era of action filmmaking in the 90s[…]
Would you have ever thought that there was some awesomeness to salvage in crap like Wolverine Origins, Ghostbusters 2, Street Fighter, Bad Boys II, and Alien Resurrection? There totally is, and here’s the proof in a very shitty pudding!
This isn’t your Daddy’s Marvel movie. Deadpool is rude, crude, gruesome, sexually explicit, and has some of the most creative foul language I’ve heard since Kevin Smith’s Clerks. But is it any good? The answer is mostly yes. With many bullets.
Chances are if you grew up in the 90s and love action movies, you’ll have a soft spot for Michael Bay’s 1996 action movie opus, The Rock. Since both of those conditions apply to me, I can safely say that the Rock certainly has a comfortably nestled spot in my personal top ten action flicks of all time.
Since Reservoir Dogs, Tarantino has never been shy about expanding his horizons, taking on new and interesting angles on well-trod genres like crime, horror, historical epics, and westerns. You never know what you’re going to get from a Tarantino movie, except of course, for snappy, witty dialogue, creative shot composition, bone crunching violence, great soundtracks, and unexpected plot turns.
Oscar season is upon us, and you know what that means! It means that the Academy will inevitably fuck everything up by awarding the most pandering, transparent, saccharine and syrupy Oscarbait instead of the real movies that show some originality and cause us to question our beliefs. The examples are everywhere, and for every time[…]
Let’s Rank the Batman movies! Ok, I’ll admit it, I’m obviously not the first person in the history of the internet to decide to rank any film series in ascending order of quality. Still, there are few things more satisfying to read than some random stranger’s so called definitive ranking of a pop culture series[…]
Man, 2015 was an EPIC year for movies. Probably the best consistently good year for movies since the 90s. Whether your cinematic tastes are more pensive and thoughtful cinema, or blow-you-through-the-back-wall blockbuster extravaganzas, there was something for everyone to not only enjoy, but love at the multiplex this year. Here’s my personal Top 10 films[…]