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  • 2019 Peeple’s Poll Movies – Year in Review
    Here’s a breakdown of the results from the Peeple’s Poll. Find out which movie was the highest rated, lowest rated, and everything in between. Plus some interesting numbers that only the Peeple’s Poll can provide: like which movie beat expectations by the widest margin.
  • Star Wars – Top Seven Reasons to Watch The Mandalorian Now (No spoilers)
    If you’re a Star Wars fan burned by uneven movies in the franchise, you should  enjoy The Mandalorian. Available only on the Disney+ premium channel, these short but extremely competent episodes in the Star Wars lexicon need to be seen and savored. It’s giving the concurrent Rise of Skywalker a ...
  • Star Wars Analysis – What does balance in the Force mean?
    Since we first saw The Phantom Menace in 1999, audiences wondered what precisely it meant to bring balance to the Force. Anakin Skywalker was prophesied to “bring it” and at the time, we all assumed it meant to bring more Light Side and less Darkness. Which made no sense, since ...
  • 5 Plot Holes in Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is an enjoyable movie, mostly due to the epic scenery, emotionally touching moments, and humor sprinkled throughout, but it has a plot structure that’s no better than the LEGO Star Wars movie.
  • The 6 Most Epic Lightsaber Fights in Star Wars (plus 3 that didn’t make the cut)
    So many Star Wars movies. So many lightsaber and “lightsaber-adjacent” fight scenes over 42 years. Which saber duels are the best, the most visually stunning, or emotionally moving? I don’t know much about sword technique (<—- we wrote about that here) beyond endlessly watching Lord of the Rings or Xena: Warrior ...
  • The Force is dead. Long live the Force.
    JJ Abrams and Lucas killed the Force by boxing it into their preconceived needs to tell a story they wanted to tell instead of letting the story tell itself.
  • Movie Review – Star Wars – Rise of Skywalker (spoiler free)
    So. It’s done. After 42 years of buildup, the Star Wars Skywalker saga is over.  I liked it! But I didn’t LOVE it. Which is okay, as all I wanted for Christmas was for Rise of Skywalker to not suck. So I can happily say that Director JJ Abrams did ...
  • Movie analysis – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has lots of enjoyable moments that make the movie worth seeing, but also lots of flaws that could have been avoided.
  • The End of Skywalker – the Rise of…Something
    Spoilers ahead for Rise of Skywalker! As of this second, I’m not entirely sure how I feel about Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker. Episode IX. Are they still actually numbering them? I don’t know… That’s really it… I don’t know… I DON’T know… I’ll start with something easy. This was leaps and ...
  • Movie Review – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
    Cards on the table. I went into this film pretty sure I was going to enjoy it. I remember going to see “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope” (or just “Star Wars” as it was back then!) as a student back in 1977. Here I am, retired, going ...
  • Infographic of every Star Wars movie ranked by fans on IMDb and RottenTomatoes
    Take a tour of this infographic showing how fans rated every movie in the Star Wars franchise on IMDb and RottenTomotoes.
  • 6 Classic Sci-Fi Movies You Can’t Afford to Miss
    The medium of film is a Holy Grail for science fiction fans: you can simply point to Avengers: Endgame and Arrival for some of its more recent eventful samplings. But the triumphs go much further back. Indeed, from I am Legend to Blade Runner, the silver screen’s preserved some of ...
  • Who played Alan Parrish in Jumanji?
    Robin Williams played the older version of Alan Parrish, the boy who had been stuck in the game for 26 years. Adam Hann-Byrd played the young version of Alan Parrish. Little needs be said about the iconic Robin Williams. He graced the screen in over 100 movies/shows and won an Oscar ...
  • Movie Review – Jumanji: The Next Level
    So here we go again! If you saw Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle you’ll know what to expect: action, thrills, and humor in abundance, but with enough tweaks to make things interesting. If you’ve seen the trailers and, to be honest they’ve been difficult not to see, then you’ll know the ...
  • Jumanji Character Names and Skills
    Just to get you quickly up to speed, Jumanji 3 will reprise the adult “avatars” from Jumanji 2, although there’s a new twist in the characters who play them. Happily, Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black are back. Do you remember the Jumanji skills for each character? Here’s ...
  • Who appears in every Star Wars movie?
    Do you know who appears in every Star Wars film? It used to be easy to answer this: until Solo, R2-D2 and C-3PO were in every film, even if just a short cameo, as in Rogue One. But squeezing them into Solo would have been pure fan-service and narratively unnecessary. We ...
  • Star Wars Revealed: Obi-Wan Kenobi is a lying liar who lies
    I just finished a rewatch of every Star Wars movie in preparation for Rise of Skywalker, the last Star Wars entry chronicling the extended tribe of Skywalkers. But what happened to the Kenobis? (I still hold out “hope” that Rey is a Kenobi, somehow.) Well, we do know old Ben became ...
  • Where were the Jumanji house and jungle scenes filmed?
    With Jumanji 3: The Next Level coming out, it’s time to catch up on Jumanji 1 (1995) and Jumanji 2: Welcome to the Jungle (2017). In a nutshell, the game is adaptive for its era, and may or may not be evil. It’s certainly sentient on some level, although we ...
  • Movie Review – Playmobil: The Movie
    I’m thinking the little tykes from ages 2 to 6 will enjoy this movie. My great granddaughter, age 6, has been an avid watcher of the Playmobil videos on YouTube for several years. I honestly think children older than 7 or 8 will be bored with this simple animated ...
  • Star Wars Meets Star Trek – Holdo’s Last Jedi Sacrifice is the Picard Maneuver
    The coolest move in The Last Jedi depicted Admiral Holdo’s Resistance flagship making a super short hyperspace jump to destroy the First Order’s dreadnought. It’s a great tactic, if suicidal. And it worked. But if you’re a science fiction nut, you’ve seen this move before. Star Trek Remember the Picard Maneuver in Star ...
  • Shallow – A Star Wars Parody
    I never get tired of Star Wars parodies. Do you? I am mean, really, Star Wars is beyond iconic. Here’s a good one for you. Lots of cool little nods to the movies. Notice the green milk. Luke sure loves his colorful lactose. Green, blue…all good. Seriously, this song is just fabulous. ...
  • What is the best all-time series franchise?
    So many movie franchises, so little time. While it’s easy for producers to add yet another movie to any long-running series, it’s not so easy to have every one of them qualify as good, quality films. And in some series, all are decent, but none are outstanding. How to decide ...
  • Never Surrender – A Galaxy Quest Retrospective
    I just smiled my ass off for 95 minutes. And you will too, if you’ve loved Galaxy Quest since it premiered in 1999. I’ve been telling everyone in earshot for decades that Galaxy Quest is one of the best “Star Trek” movies ever made. It was kind of fun to ...
  • First View Movie Review – Her
    Her is a moody, introspective piece masquerading as a love story. And while I really do appreciate Scarlett Johanssen’s vocal efforts, I did not enjoy the overwhelming feelings of loneliness permeating this film. I walked away pretty sad, and even woke up sad the next morning. I have no problem with ...
  • Movie Review – Frozen 2
    Obviously, I’m not grading this movie based on how well I personally enjoyed it. I, a 52 year old man, live in a galaxy far, far, away from the target audience of pre-teen girls. I’m confident that the aforementioned young girls will be delighted with every moment of the movie. In ...
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