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I haven’t finished my Iron Man 3 review yet — work keeps getting in the way, dammit, and also writing that could, at least potentially, make me some money, and reading too, because The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of … Continue reading
I’ve been on a Chris Evans kick lately, so I decided to watch The Losers again. It’s definitely a problematic movie, but I enjoy it all the same. And Chris Evans isn’t even the only reason! (Though, admittedly, he’s probably the … Continue reading
Finally. I thought I’d never finish this thing. I don’t think the movie’s perfect — I certainly don’t think it’s as good as The Dark Knight — but it is, ultimately, a very satisfying end to a trilogy.
Well, here it is, the last of the Batman movies. (Until July.) The Dark Knight Rises has a lot to live up to.
Batman & Robin seemingly killed the franchise with just two words: Bat Nipples. But in 2005, Christopher Nolan managed to ressurect the dead. While I have a couple of problems with it (I have a couple of problems with everything), … Continue reading
“Well, I Can Respect Your Opinion. Sadly, I’m Not Good at Rejection. I’m Afraid You’ll Have to Die.”
The worst thing about not being a professional movie critic is that it doesn’t matter how much time you spend working a review—you could write your little heart and soul out, bleed yourself dry, and you’re still not getting paid. … Continue reading
Well, Tim Burton had a vision of Gotham, and it was dark and gothic. Joel Schumacher, on the other hand? He saw it as a bit more colorful than that.
The Avengers was awesome. This must be said. (And then repeated. And then possibly even sung.) But The Avengers is not the only gigantic superhero movie coming to a theater near you this summer. There’s a certain trilogy by Christopher Nolan that … Continue reading
Per usual, 3D has come between me and my beloved midnight movies. I had planned to see this Thursday night with the rest of the geeks, but 3-D forced me to reevaluate those plans. Of course, the next day I … Continue reading
The definition of procrastination: finishing the last of the Marvel movies the night before The Avengers comes out. Case in point: I don’t think I saved the best for last.