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?
The Suicide Squad – The latest member to join the confusing and crowded DCEU roster of movies. James Gunn took the ashes of the 2016 “Suicide Squad” and retooled the entire idea in his style and has managed to create one of the most enjoyable DC movies of the last decade (without releasing a director’s cut)
Snake Eyes – A fresh coat of paint does wonders for this reboot entry into the G.I. Joe universe. Snake Eyes is entertaining and presents an interesting opportunity to the classic franchise.
Black Widow – The latest Marvel movie after a small, teensy pandemic flavored break nearly destroyed the theatrical release system and the whole world along with it. But now, after many long months, Marvel is back like it never left. Huge set pieces, mediocre music, impressive visuals and enough Easter eggs to create hundreds of click bait videos and BuzzFeed articles.
Special Feature – Top 10 Animated Movies – DC Animated Universe, Disney Classics, Studio Ghibli and many others make up my list of top 10 animated movies. Where do yours land? What did I miss?
Fantastic Four (2005) – An absolute chore to get through, this early Marvel dud is a time capsule back to the early 2000s. The bones of what Marvel would become are here, but not much else.
Special Feature – My Top 10 Worst Movies of All Time – I’ve seen a lot of good movies and a TON of bad movies. Here are the worst movies I’ve ever seen!