Endgame has an amazing slow burn, because that when THAT moment (and there are a couple of those) happens, everyone in the audience will immediately transport back to that age when they read their first Marvel comic or saw their first Marvel film/TV show, screaming with childlike glee cheering on the heroes and booing the villains.
Ralph is back and this time he’s causing havoc to the internet, but he’s not along and with some fantastic additions this might be one review you want to read.
Leave your Sesame Street/Yo Gabba Gabba-aged kids with a sitter, this one is strictly for the grown-ups. The Happytime Murders mark Brian Henson’s return to
After the success of 2004’s The Incredibles, writer/director Brad Bird said he wouldn’t do a sequel unless he “could come up with a story that’s
Here comes a spoiler-free review of Lucasfilm’s latest highly-anticipated Star Wars spinoff, Solo: A Star Wars Story. Alden Ehrenreich grows on you; Donald Glover does great. The film just needed a bit more.
In what could be dubbed the “Most Vague Briefing EVER,” the press day for Avengers: Infinity War was filled with laughs and incomplete answers, making it one of the best briefings I’ve ever attended.
Sometimes waiting is the hardest part when it comes to our love of seeing comic book heroes/heroines graduate to in-the-flesh both in film and TVI’m here to tell you that there is PLENTY of life in Marvel Studio’s eighteenth release known as Black Panther.
Recently, I was fortunate enough to attend a screening of Coco. The theatre was filled with families, which is how all kid/family friendly movies SHOULD