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  • Movie Review – The Terminator
    The Terminator is one of the truly perfect films in the science fiction genre. Sure, there are temporal paradox/causality loop issues, but you have to handwave that and go along with the premise. And why not? If you’re going to tell a time travel story about what happens when the ...
  • Movie Review – Downsizing
    I’m a little annoyed at Downsizing. The trailers presented this as a lightweight, fluffy comedy about being resized to five inches tall (in order to use less planetary resources). Great! Except this isn’t actually a comedy, and you barely get the sense of being shrunk. After the first half hour, ...
  • Movie Review – Jumanji 2: Welcome to the Jungle
    This sequel version of Jumanji is adorable and funny. Predictable, yes, but the story is based on a video game plot, so it’s kind of a baked-in thing. It’s also bit too pat in how each teenage character gets the perfect game avatar to grow as a person, but this is ...
  • Movie Review – The Last Jedi
    It’s too soon to know how I feel about this latest installment to the Star Wars saga. A lot happens, at a brisk pace. We have fleeting introductions to a bunch of brand-new characters we never get to know; why they rounded up well-known actors for little more than extended ...
  • All Star Wars Movies, ranked by personal watchablility. Now including Rise of Skywalker
    What is rewatchability? It means I can put in a movie and watch it all the way through for fun, over and over and over again through the years. (This is different than having a movie on in the background while cleaning house or something…that’s another category). I want something ...
  • Movie Review: Thor 3 – Ragnorak (Jilly’s POV)
    Thor 3, AKA Ragnarok, was incredibly engaging and hard to tear my eyes from. It’s now in my top tier of MCU movies, beaten only by the first Guardians of the Galaxy. Hemsworth’s slightly dim but mighty character is a joy, from his 4th wall-breaking open, to the mid-credit end, ...
  • New Black Panther Trailer is Fantastic – Watch the Video Show Off Wakanda
    I saw the new Black Panther trailer when I went to see Thor  – Ragnarok, and it looks GORGEOUS. Sumptuous. Luxuriously detailed and kind of intense. Seriously, I could watch this preview all day. The Marvel Cinematic Universe sure knows how to create anticipation for their constellation of movies. It’s all ...
  • Movie Review – Interstellar
    My one word review would be: disappointed. I think Christopher Nolan tried too hard to make a modern day 2001 A Space Odyssey. The ships looked much like 2001. There were long, drawn out scenes of docking. The robot TARS simultaneously pays homage to HAL and the monolith. And of course ...
  • Blade Runner: 2049 review
    Blade Runner 2049 was almost an awesome movie. It was a worthy sequel that felt “right”, like settling in after a long break (of actual decades — in both real and movie time) to catch up on old events. Even the new characters seemed to carry echoes of previous incarnations. ...
  • Movie Review – The LEGO Ninjago Movie (the least exciting Lego film for adults)
    Here it is in a nutshell, parents; if your kiddies love watching Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, then they’ll have a laugh out loud good time watching this movie. There’s no need for me to go into the technical aspect of the movies — kids don’t care about that stuff. They ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets?
    No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. View details and movie information…
  • Movie Review – Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
    This is a hard one to rate. It was super duper amazingly gorgeous. A+ visuals, almost Avatar-levels of creative beauty…it was definitely above the best of Guardians of the Galaxy’s fantastical “Knowwhere” and “Ego” scenes (stuff I generally tout as the prettiest sci-fi scenes in recent cinema). However, Valererian had a ...
  • Movie Review – Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2
    There are two reviews here; Dan’s and Jill’s, enjoy! Dan says: The first GotG is, I think, the very best of the Marvel movies. While GotGv2 isn’t quite as good, it certainly didn’t disappoint. The theme of the story (father/son reunion) isn’t anything new, but writer/director James Gunn weaves a thread into ...
  • Movie Review – Life
    I don’t even know how to rate this one. For the record, I absolutely hated it. I’m even the target audience, according to the trailers, as I LOVE science fiction and space movies. However, you should all know this is a straight body horror film, with gristly, gruesome, and horrific ...
  • Movie Review – Beauty and The Beast (live action version)
    The live action Beauty and The Beast is competent, but not hugely compelling.
  • Movie Review – The LEGO Batman Movie – One of the BEST Batman films, ever
    I liked this better than the original Lego Movie – this one is skewed a little more sophisticated for the grownups – but still has lots of color and spectacle for the kiddos. It’s a very charming film, with a surprisingly good storyline. Things move quickly, and there is a ...
  • Movie Review – La La Land
    As always, I address my reviews to the target audience. If you enjoy musicals, La La Land will be your favorite movie of the year. Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone were so absolutely adorable, and their on screen chemistry just about set the film on fire. If you’re not a fan ...
  • Movie Review – 10 Cloverfield Lane
      10 Cloverfield Lane is an excellent movie. The only reason I’m not giving it an A is that it isn’t the kind of movie I’d want to see again. The main thing that makes the movie enjoyable is that you don’t know where it’s going. That said, I can’t say ...
  • Is there anything extra during the end credits of Doctor Strange?
    Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Doctor Strange. View details and movie information…
  • Movie Review – Star Trek Beyond
      I’m a big ST fan. I’ve watched all the TV series and all the movies. So I’m going to come at this review as a fan, not a casual moviegoer. All of three Abrams’ Star Trek movies have been well received by the critics and audience, so we can at least ...
  • Movie Review – The Legend of Tarzan
    Going in, I expected this move to be horrible – it wasn’t – but I’m not saying it turned out to be great either – it isn’t. I was fully expecting that Samuel L. Jackson’s role wouldn’t be much more than a cameo. I was pleasantly surprise that SLJ’s role was ...
  • Movie Review – Sausage Party – An R Rated Animated Film with Surprising Heart and A Real Message
      This may look like a simple movie full of crass humor, but it’s more than that. There is actually a story in there about religion, and prejudices, that gives the story a solid framework on which to hang an abundance of crassness. There is a never ending supply of sexual innuendo ...
  • Movie Review – Deadpool
    Grade: A Not only is Deadpool a hilarious movie, it also works as an amazingly accurate barometer for gauging relationships. For instance, it can be scientifically proven that the number of times a married man laughs during this movie is inversely proportional to how much their mother-in-law likes them. Conversely, married women ...
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie review
    Grade: A- I can safely say that SW:TFA is the 3rd best Star Wars movie in the franchise. And let’s be clear, it would take a miracle for JJ Abrams to create something better than New Hope or Empire Strikes Back. This is easily the funniest movie in the franchise. Almost, but ...
  • Movie Review – The Martian
    Matt Damon is at the top of his game. It’s an enormous challenge to ask an actor to spend so much of the movie acting in a vacuum (no pun intended), with few opportunities to interact with other characters. Matt’s charm and charisma make every scene he’s in shine. Some critics ...
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