We are now just 11 days away from the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. That means today is literally the perfect time to start your Star Wars marathon leading up to the upcoming final chapter of the Skywalker saga. Join me in watching and celebrating one of cinema’s most beloved movie series!
Where have I been? Where do I even begin? Well, my friends, let me fill you in! As you may have noticed, I haven’t posted any new content on my site over the past 2 months. I vanished abruptly and without explanation. Please allow me this opportunity to apologize and explain why I went away.
Years after the Vietnam War, legendary soldier John Rambo travels through a small town where he is wrongfully arrested and abused. Their assault triggers his PTSD, causing him to break free and flee into the forest. Rambo is pursued by the police who are unaware that he’s an expert in guerilla warfare.
I’m in the middle of my Rambo marathon and on my way to becoming a full-fledged, guerilla warfare killer green beret! Yet for some reason, I still can’t seem to help wanting to yell out, “ADRIAAAANNNNN!!!” In this week’s update, I talk about Rambo and becoming approved for IMDb’s external reviews!
An ill-fated fisherman and a young man with Down syndrome converge while on the run from distinctly different circumstances and come to form an unforgettable friendship in this charming southern adventure that leads them through the American frontier in pursuit of their dreams and a better life.
Newlywed bride Grace finds herself tied into a deadly game of chance as part of her new family’s wedding night tradition, and she’ll have to find a way to survive the night and escape her crazy new in-laws while quickly coming to terms with the fact that she has clearly married into the wrong family.
This upcoming week is all about catching up on reviews and Rambo movies! With Rambo: Last Blood coming out in less than a week, I’ll be watching (and hopefully reviewing) all of the Rambo movies leading up to its release. This weekly update also covers site changes and causality!
Quentin Tarantino treads treacherous waters in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by putting us right in the midst of the infamous Manson murders of 1969. In order to most clearly express my thoughts on the film, I have decided to talk about it at length, without restriction, in this spoiler-filled post.
Set in Los Angeles in 1969, right before the notorious Charles Manson murders, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood focuses on the lives of actor Rick Dalton, a television icon turned movie star whose popularity is in decline, and his enigmatic stunt double and good friend, Cliff Booth.
I’m trying out a new weekly update feature to keep you all in the loop. I used to do semi-regular blog post updates on my site back when it was on Weebly, but it’s been a long time since then. These posts are meant to inform you of what I’ve been up to and what to look forward to!
After putting in plenty of years and two prior movies spent protecting the President, Secret Service member Mike Banning is up for promotion. However, after an assassination attempt on the President via drone strike, Banning takes the blame, and he’ll have to fight to clear his name.
So many movies make sharks out to be relentless, monstrous, and murderous killing machines. Not only is it scientifically inaccurate, but it’s an unfair depiction solely manufactured for the sake of cheap scares. In part one of this blog, I dive into which movies get it wrong and which ones get it right.
Nearly forty years after Alvin Schwartz’ beloved book of short horror stories titled Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark terrified a whole generation of curious young readers, Academy Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro helps bring the pages to life on the big screen, in this horror film made for teens.
When four girls go scuba diving to explore an ancient, underwater Mayan city, they find that they’re not alone, and they’re being hunted. This sequel to 2017’s 47 Meters Down brings back the great whites, but shakes up for the formula a bit by adding an underwater maze to the mix.
Spider-Man’s current contract dispute between Disney and Sony is an intricate web of events that dates back to 1999 when Marvel Comics was in danger of going bankrupt and started selling off the film rights of their iconic superhero characters just to keep their business afloat.
Suddenly out of the blue, the wide world of web-heads was hit with a devastating downpour of bad news. After contract negotiations between Disney and Sony Pictures fell through, down came the rain, and it washed Spider-Man all the way out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe!