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 →

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 →

Theaters May Be Going More Digital With LED

Ahead of CinemaCon 2018 Samsung is set to open the first LED screen in the U.S. Another Step Towards Front-To-Back DIgital The technology was featured at last years CinemaCon by Samsung and Sony as an alternative, an eventual replacement, of projectors. The modular system allows for various sizes, and hopefully, moderate repairs if pixels get damaged. There... Continue Reading →

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