The year-end list no one was waiting for. Find out what made our shit list for 2018.
I’m not exactly a Thor fanatic. I have seen zero previous Thor movies, and all I know about his character is from the first Avengers movie. However, I do know a few things about the film’s director, Taika Waititi, and much of my enjoyment of this film results from Waititi’s signature humor. The New Zealand... Continue Reading →
We live in a world where it seems like more time is devoted to talking about movies than actually watching them. Despite strong showings from films like Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Dunkirk, this year’s summer box office is projected to be the lowest in about a decade. And filmmakers are looking at the problem and doing what is necessary to rectify it. Just kidding! They’re blaming the internet.
Spider-Man has been on a rocky road cinematically. The original Sam Rami directed Spider-Man is one of the founding fathers of modern superhero movies and its first sequel is still considered one of the best the genre has to offer. After that, however, things kinda went off the rails (to mix transportation metaphors). Spider-Man 3... Continue Reading →