I don’t really want to review Joker; it’s been out for over a week already, and many people much more talented than I have said everything there is to say about this film. Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, is something of a character study set in 1980’s Gotham City, where a man named Arthur Fleck, a […]Read More Joker review
So I’m just going to say this one time, it’s hard being in shape. I was in shape once and it was the most excruciating time of my life. Going to the gym, five days a week, two hours a day left me with no social life, very little money and few interactions with people […]Read More Is Aquaman fat?
It’s hard being a fan of DC movies nowadays. It shouldn’t be that big of a deal to say that you’re a fan of a certain movie. Honestly, I shouldn’t have to defend the fact that I think Batman v Superman (director’s cut) is an amazing film that finally let me see Batman and Superman […]Read More The DCEU to be split in two…
Whatever your opinion of the DC Films cinematic universe is, you can rest assured when I say that Shazam is an awesome movie…if not something of an anomaly. Shazam tells the story of Billy Batson (Asher Angel), a reckless foster kid in search of his birth mother, becoming imbued with the powers of the wizard […]Read More Shazam review: the real Captain Marvel
So Batman v Superman was a movie that happened. Some people liked it, some people didn’t and (unsurprisingly, I know) I loved it. Zack Snyder recently hosted a “Director’s Cuts” panel from last Friday (March 24th) through the following Sunday. Over the three day panel he hosted screenings and Q & A’s for his director’s […]Read More there is no Snyder Cut
Deadline has reported today that director and writer James Gunn will return to the directors chair of Guardians of the Galaxy 3…after he has directed Suicide Squad 2 for DC Films and Warner Bros.. Last year, just weeks after the theatrical release of Avengers Infinity War, Disney and Marvel Studios had parted ways with Gunn […]Read More James Gunn is back!
I’ll admit, I’m a bit of a DC fanboy. While I don’t really follow DC Comics much anymore, or any comics for that matter, I have been ridiculously intrigued and immensely impressed by what Warner Bros. and DC have done with their shared film universe. While even I will agree that the shared “cinematic universe” […]Read More Ben Affleck is Batman no more
You read that right, despite being knocked down to second place since its release back in December, Aquaman has rocketed past the one billion dollar mark at the international box office. With an estimated worldwide gross of $1,020,261,781, Aquaman not only becomes another member of the coveted billion dollar club, but the films has also […]Read More Aquaman surpasses one billion
Hey, remember when every threw a fit over this image? Yeah, let’s just all try to chill out about movies until we see them, okay? DC Films has been making their case for solo superhero films since 2013’s Man of Steel. What works for that film in terms of the fabled shared “cinematic universe” […]Read More Aquaman review
Wednesday, October 15th, 2014, Warner Bros. announces their slate of films based on the heroes found within the pages of DC comics. Plans for films based on characters ranging from Aquaman to Cyborg were scheduled for release over the next six years. At the time, this announcement was heavily criticized by internet personalities and move […]Read More DC Films: what’s next?