I got bored recently, as I so often do. So, I decided to put rewatch the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Just to put something on in the background while I worked. Maybe I'll watch those new shows on Disney+ when I'm done, who knows? I've got a lot of nostalgia for these movies. I still remember… Continue reading Phase 1 of the MCU Was Weird
*Insert obligatory "J.K. Rowling is a terrible person" line here*. We all know it, let's move on. This is, without debate, the most important movie in the Harry Potter franchise. Granted, it kind of got handed that for free; this is the one where Voldemort gets revived, after all. But it's not just that. This… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: The Mess
You know what's terrifying? Natural disasters. Let's face it: the planet we live on is more than capable and willing to kill us. It can do it whenever and wherever it wants. Earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, tsunamis, so on and so forth. These disasters often result in catastrophic destruction, people losing their homes, their pets, their… Continue reading Why Don’t Natural Disaster Movies Work?
I watched plenty of Mel Brooks' movies as a kid. But none more than this one. Of all his movies, this one is the most blatant and outlandish. It was like he and his team took Star Wars, stripped it away of 90% of its essential parts, then crammed in whatever crap they could find… Continue reading Spaceballs: Mel Brooks’ Masterpiece
I didn't think I'd ever talk about Warcraft again after my 'At What Point Should World of Warcraft Stopped Expanding' article. But then they announced Burning Crusade Classic and I got dragged right back in. So... here we are. Even if they've recently been improving, the reputation surrounding video game movies is still a disastrous… Continue reading The Warcraft Movie: The Biggest and Prettiest Video Game Movie Disaster