Let’s get this out of the way 2022’s The Batman is by far my favorite adaptation of the character, spanning a decades long history of different stories, characters, and interpretations spanning the vast multiverse that is DC. The Batman is my favorite DC film, and an early contender for one of my favorite films of this year. Which is wild to say to say least, … Continue reading The Batman Is The Best Comic Book Film to Date.
I like WW84, this is just me gushing about WW84. Continue reading WW84 is Weirdly Wonderful; and I Want To Gush About It
Free Guy, starring Ryan Reynolds playing himself is a fun, fast paced, funny film. It’s nothing special and is held back by a few things including the film dropping the ball on the reddit concept of an NPC in a video game becoming self aware and breaking his programming. Guy, played by Ryan Reynolds basically playing himself once again, is a non playable character or … Continue reading Free Guy is Fun, That’s About it.
Black Widow is a servicable film that should’ve been released during Phase 3 Continue reading Black Widow; A Marvelous Messy Mishandling of Magnificent Magnitude
Every once in awhile when I’ve been down and about I like to watch a comfort film, regardless of quality. I just wanted to take some time to talk about a few of my comfort films that I enjoy watching, you’ve probably seen most of these or all of these and that’s okay. Give them another watch sometime yeah? To make this a little more … Continue reading 10 Films I Watch For Comfort
DC has a track record of notable stories, some being more likeable than others, but one must admit that they have made such iconic and unforgettable characters. These characters can change from writer to writer but the spirit is there most of the time. Two films that show a good example of this are that of Superman: Red Son and Birds Of Prey (and the … Continue reading DC Double Feature; Birds Of Prey/Superman: Red Son
Would it surprise you to know I haven’t seen most of Miyazaki’s films, or even Studio Ghibli films in general? Well before October 27th, 2019 at exactly 12:55 pm the only film I had seen from the Studio Ghibli film I saw was “Whisper of the Heart,” in which I ended absolutely LOVING. Something about Studio Ghibli films just pulls you into them with a … Continue reading Spirited Away and Gotham By Gaslight; A Double Feature Review
“What do you get when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?…. You get what you f**king deserve!” Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) the Joker, says as he pulls out a revolver and shoots his celebrity idol, Murray Franklin (Robert De Niro), and celebrates with a little dance as the audience runs and shouts in fear. … Continue reading Joker; A Joke For The Ages
The first thing I want to put on the table is how much I love Shazam! The writing, the acting, the production are all amazing. Zachary Levi felt like an actual older version of Asher Angel, the world felt connected to the DCEU, I felt like I was viewing the perspective of the average citizen in a world where superheroes exist. Shazam! made me feel … Continue reading Shazam! A horror movie for kids
After watching Captain Marvel three times I vented out my distaste of the film as I didn’t enjoy it. I watched it as a MCU film but I felt like Marvel was just punishing me for trying to enjoy it like that. I tried watching it a second time as a superhero film that wasn’t connected to any cinematic universe, as I did with Shazam! … Continue reading Captain Marvel and Kool-Aid