REVIEW: Ant-Man And The Wasp – Small Action, Big Fun

Once again Marvel has taken the aftertaste of a dark-toned Avengers team-up and injected some much-needed Paul Rudd. Ant-Man And The Wasp manages to reach higher than the original while staying grounded and personal. The sequel is funnier, punchier, more action-packed than the original. While super-fans may still hold a grudge toward Peyton Reed for replacing... Continue Reading →

An MCU Movie For Every Season

Disney is on the cusp of making one hell of a purchase. If everything goes their way, Disney will gain every intellectual property under 20th Century Fox. While many (rightfully) fear what will happen to franchises like Predator and Alien, what I keep wondering is where are they going to fit all their Marvel characters?... Continue Reading →

How Marvel Can Introduce The FF And X-Men To The MCU

It seems as though the Merry Mutants and Marvel's First Family might be joining the MCU after all. With Disney offering $71 billion for the properties to return, and no antitrust roadblocks, the future is almost inevitable. Each property has its own challenges when trying to weave them into an already-dense narrative. Let's explore the options. Pull an... Continue Reading →

Time For Hollywood To Embrace GSM

Normalizing the broadness of the GSM (Gender and Sexual Minorities) community can't happen until it's normalized. That sounds dumb, I hear it when I read it out loud, but it's the truth. Hollywood has a severe inclusion problem. Not just in representation alone, but where representation is displayed. We've had some great movies championing, at... Continue Reading →

Sesame Needs Some Street Knowledge

Updated information below 05/30/2018 Sesame Workshop is trying to sue STX for implying a connection between The Happytime Murders and the Sesame Street IP. The tagline in question, "No. Sesame. All street." is part of an R-Rated trailer for the film mentioned above, and appears on print materials. Here's the trailer to pass the time (warning:... Continue Reading →

A Case For Physical Media

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-3618958385341719", enable_page_level_ads: true }); There's a reliance on streaming media for movie consumption, and it grows every year. The days of scouring a DVD rack at the store has passed for many. Physical media is considered passe to many people. The argument is that with a little patience the... Continue Reading →

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