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Venom is a movie that has been in the back of everybody’s minds for over a year now – not quite at the level of being “hyped” but we all knew it was coming out and there was mild interest from just about everyone out there who enjoys a good super hero romp. Then the critics came out and posted their thoughts on this movie, and like a stone dropping into the ocean expectations plummeted. However, after seeing the Tom Hardy led movie, I have to ask myself, “Why is this hated on?” Venom was actually pretty fun!
The movie does start out slow – beginning with a ship crashing to earth and bringing the symbiotes to our planet. There is a lot of exposition explaining why we should like Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, and why we should hate Riz Ahmed as Carlton Drake. From there the film continues to drag on showing why the suave Eddie Brock went from respected journalist to jobless looser – and it continues down this path a little bit too long. However, just as I was about to give up on this movie the symbiotic Venom is finally introduced and things kick into high gear really fast. Continue reading “Venom Review – And Why You Should See It”
Dunkirk was one of my most anticipated movies of this summer. It has the Nolan name behind it, it had pretty good trailers, and on top of that I’m a sucker for World War II films. Especially when they tell stories that I am, admittedly, not completely familiar with. After seeing this on an IMAX screen, I’ll say upfront it almost meets my expectations – almost.
The film is written and directed by Christopher Nolan, and in Nolan fashion is shot for IMAX screens. Dunkirk is a historical action/drama that tells of the events that unfolded during World War II at Dunkirk as Allied solders are surrounded by the German army and they must evacuate over 400,000 people within a very short amount of time.
This is a very different kind of Nolan movie. The directing style was different, the story telling was different, and the characters were different from any other film made by Nolan. While there are still Nolan staples to be found in Dunkirk, it is obvious that he was going to a different type of film than he usually directs. Some of these changes worked, some things not so much. Continue reading “‘Dunkirk’ Movie Review!!”
20th Century Fox has released the first teaser poster for Oscar-winning Birdman director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s highly anticipated film The Revenant. And it is absolutely gorgeous.
Based on true events, the film takes place in the early 19th century and stars Leonardo DiCaprio as hunter Hugh Glass, who is left for dead by his compatriots following a bear mauling. He subsequently awakens and sets out for revenge, with Tom Hardy and Domhnall Gleeson filling the roles of the men who must come face to face with Glass’ wrath. Continue reading “Beautiful Poster For The Revenant”