Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is trying to do way too much, it rarely stops to breath, but if you are up for going with that crazy flow you will probably enjoy most of the experience. AdvertisementsRead more "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice"
Sally Field is excellent in Hello, My Name Is Doris, which does a pretty fine job of telling a story about love, mental health, grief, and never giving up on trying something new.Read more "Hello, My Name Is Doris"
Eddie the Eagle makes for a really good sports film, with a sport you would have never expected to be so captivating, Ski Jumping.Read more "Eddie the Eagle"
Deadpool falls short because it brings nothing fresh to the table and has a sense of humor that I can’t imagine is all that appealing to most audiences.Read more "Deadpool"
Triple 9 is another star studded effort from John Hillcoat and while the set pieces work the shabbiness of the film is barely holding it together.Read more "Triple 9"
Months ago when the film came out of nowhere, 10 Cloverfield Lane quickly jumped the line to the top of my most anticipated movies list. Thank goodness it doesn’t disappoint. Granted I also knew what to expect.Read more "10 Cloverfield Lane"
Back when Heather and I chose the highly recommended end of the world saga The Passage for our book club in early 2013, it was a no brainer to eventually read the follow up, The Twelve. Now that I’ve gotten through it, I’m not sure which took longer: getting around to starting the sequel, or […]Read more "Book Club in Session: The Twelve (The Passage Book 2)"