Dear readers, gosh, hello, it’s been some time, hasn’t it? Looking at my last post, it’s crazy to think that Jurassic World 2; The Second One; The Worst One was the last movie I reviewed. I’m sorry to leave that horrible, horrible movie as the last thing I’ve left you with. Well, I’m here to correct that. Let’s do a BLOODY CATCH-UP.
This will be split into two portions; the first half is all the new movies I saw this summer I didn’t write about and the second half is all the movies I revisited this summer that I haven’t discussed in a post previously but are still worth discussing. And awaaaaaay we GO!
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Jurassic World 2/Jurassic Park 6 is weird and bad and it should feel bad. This has been a review by Dylan, thank you all for coming today.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018); Directed by
You remember how Jurassic World was just kind of a softcore remake of the first Jurassic Park? Do you remember The Lost World? Well, Jurassic World is just Continue reading →
After an incredibly long wait…it’s finally here: my next review. Oh, and the sequel to maybe the best Pixar movie. That too.
Incredibles 2 (2018); Directed by Brad Bird
The Incredibles was a landmark film, one of the best superhero movies ever made (also the best Watchmen and Fantastic Four movie ever made) and after a mere 14-year wait, we finally get a sequel. But, is it any good? Let’s dive in. Continue reading →
Solo is off to join the ranks of Ant-Man and Superman II where we’ll always wonder what it would’ve been like if the original directors stayed on…
Solo (2018); Directed by Ron Howard, kinda sorta, mostly
Ah, yes, it’s that time of year again, the season of the summer blockbuster. Part of the opening salvo we have Solo, the most recent in the endless barrage of Star Wars that Disney will assault us with until the heat death of the universe. This time we get the Continue reading →
This review is balanced. Perfectly balanced. As all things should be.
Avengers: Infinity War (2018); Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo
This is it. After ten years and eighteen films, we have finally arrived at the culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Every movie, every character, it’s all been leading to this. Was it worth the hype? Worth the wait? Continue reading →
I’ve never seen a theater auditorium sit down and shut up so fast, and for that A Quiet Place, I thank you.
A Quiet Place (2018); Directed by John Krasinski
Jim from the Office has come a long way, A Quiet Place being John Krasinksi’s second directorial effort. Like a blend of The Road and Alien, this movie is a tense, tightly wound Continue reading →
It’s like the first one, only this time, with ROBOTS.
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015); Directed by Joss Whedon
The gang’s all here, back again to fight a faceless army in a big action sequence to save the day. Wheeeeee.
My history with Age of Ultron has been a tumultuous one. I went to go see it opening night and I was Continue reading →