Tag Archives: Love Me Some Ryan Reynolds

Coming Soon-Ish: Blondes, Clowns, and Apocalypses (Including Ragnarok!)

Thor: Ragnarok You’ve all seen this, of course. The whole teaser is fun, like, there’s so much going on: holy shit Mjolnir, and all the goddamn iconic hats and headpieces, and the teeny-tiny glimpses of Idris Elba and Karl Urban. Not … Continue reading

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The 2016 Movie Superlatives (Only Two Weeks Late!)

Let me be honest with you guys: 2016 was not my best year for movies. On the upside, I finished my Disney Princess Movie Challenge! On the downside, well . . . 2016 was probably a record low for how … Continue reading

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“Time to Make The Chimi-Fucking-Changas.”

About a month and a half ago, I wrapped up my 2015 Movie Superlatives with one last award: Most Anticipated Movie of 2016. It wasn’t an easy call–there are a lot of big movies coming out this year–but ultimately I picked … Continue reading

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Coming Soon-Ish: Deadpool, the Suicide Squad, and the Immortal Vin Diesel

Deadpool Warning: This is the red-band trailer. Definitely NSFW. Dude. This looks AWESOME. I wasn’t real familiar with Deadpool when X-Men: Origins came out, so while any number of things about that movie enraged me (adamantium bullets, for instance), I didn’t … Continue reading

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Coming Soon-Ish: Holmes, Earthquakes, and Body-Switching

I was going to try to have a review up today, but I just couldn’t manage it in time. So you get trailers you’ve probably already seen instead. C’est la vie. Happy Friday the 13th! Tomorrowland Well, I watched the … Continue reading

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The Ryan Reynolds Show!

Last week, I praised Exam for managing to stay an engaging, one-room thriller for ninety minutes without ever resorting to flashbacks, hallucinations, or dream sequences. Tonight, I watched Buried, a film that is literally ninety-five minutes of Ryan Reynolds, and … Continue reading

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