Corpse Bride – This week’s mini review is brought to you by my lovely fiance and gamemaster extraordinaire.
No Time To Die is a strong, but safe conclusion, to Daniel Craig’s tenure as James Bond. Smart, funny, and well written, Cary Joji Fukunaga brings this iteration to a close with the help of Rami Malek, Ana De Armas, and a host of other A-listers in this enjoyable Bond flick.
Quantum of Solace – The direct sequel to the smash hit Casino Royale that fails to live up to the hype of the first Craig era Bond movie. Succeeded by the acclaimed Skyfall, Quantum of Solace stands alone.
They Live – Roddy Piper and Keith David share the screen in this cult classic from John Carpenter. A must watch for fans of Sci-Fi. They Live, We Sleep.
Weekend Watchlist – Sept 10th 2021 – A double dose of real life stories and an indie sci-fi movie that we watched for #WhosInTheBox a few weeks ago. What are you watching this weekend?
The Book of Eli – an early 2010s apocalypse movie starring the ever talented Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, and Mila Kunis. #TheBookofEli is a decently satisfying apocalypse story with some noticeable issues. #MoviesNotFilms
Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings – Another summer weekend, another Marvel Movie. #ShangChi is best at borrowing from other movies & doesn’t make as solid of an impact as I would have liked but is entertaining nonetheless. #MoviesNotFilms
Batman : The Long Halloween PT 1 & 2 – Jensen Ackles delivers in his debut as the World’s Greatest Detective. The stunning adaptation of the classic graphic novel will entertain fans of the Dark Knight, new and old.
Weekend Watchlist – August 12th, 2021 – Classic Sci-Fi, absurd reboot, and one of the early Marvel duds are on the watchlist for this weekend. What are you watching?