Category: Adventure

Black Panther Review 2018

Writers Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole’s vision of Stan Lee’s and Jack Kirby’s comic book character, Black Panther, has taken Marvel films to the next level. Superhero movies, formulated with outstanding CGI and over the top action, but heartfelt and message based that can tap into a generation making it not only fun but an obligation to view a film with meaning and inspiration; not just “gotta-see” but must see.

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Justice League Review

Justice League’s casting is superb.  The actor’s characterization of the superheroes makes it seem that they have known each other for years.  The playful banter among them seems natural and not forced; making their lines funny and not silly or arbitrary.   As a viewer, I could not help but to laugh and enjoy the ruckus and insane situations they find themselves trying to survive.

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Review: Despicable Me 3

Gru (Steve Carell) and the gang are back for a third venture in the Despicable Me series, but this time Gru is a good guy! How times change! Gru and new partner Lucy (Kristen Wiig) are fired from their job working to stop super...

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Bunyan & Babe Review

Bunyan & Babe is an animated family comedy starring John Goodman and Jeff Foxworthy as our titular heroes with Kelsey Grammer providing the voice of Blackstone and Norm Blandsford, the villains and Johnny Orlando and Lola...

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

As a potluck of intellectual originality, Spider-Man:  Homecoming gives you a lot to “chew on”.  From Captain America’s hilarious cameos, to the introduction of an old character as new that gives you that “ah ha” moment. The film captures the essence of naive teenage Peter Parker becoming Spider-Man, enticing you to fall in love with the character all over again.  It finishes with a bang and has you craving for more, anxiously awaiting the next installment.

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