Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes continues on the great path set by its predecessor, but a bit more character and an original story could have taken the series to the next level.
Dissecting The Fault In Our Stars
A depressing love story for all to enjoy with a face full of Kleenex, fan of the book or not.
Film Review: Edge of Tomorrow
Edge of Tomorrow is a fun and exciting sci-fi actioner from Tom Cruise and Doug Liman, but a bit more depth could have put it over the top.
TV Review: Mad Men 707 – Waterloo (Half Season Finale)
Mad Men ends this first half of the final season with a death, a rejuvenation, a kiss, quite a few partners meetings and yet another acquisition attempt of Sterling Cooper.
Film Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past
Bryan Singer returns to the director’s chair of the X-Men franchise and Days of Future Past is right there with First Class and X2 in quality; very, very good.
Dissecting Godzilla (2014): Kaiju & Awe
Godzilla returns from director Gareth Edwards, and he finds a sense of awe and scale that is rarely found in the theater today.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes continues on the great path set by its predecessor, but a bit more character and an original story could have taken the series to the next level. (more…)
With so many YA series coming out as trilogies, it’s come to be an assumption of mind that all books of the genre will come in threes. Turns out, the Reboot series will end after only two books. Can that even be called a series? Whatever the case, this duology is being quite the rebel. [Drum sting] (more…)
Season Four is officially over, and once again it was more exciting than the previous season. Every single character went through so much trauma, that by season’s end they were a different person. Some were affected more than others and, as expected, a lot of people died. (more…)
22 Jump Street is every bit as good as the first film, with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill proving to be a comedy duo that is tough to beat. (more…)
How To Train Your Dragon 2 is a huge step back for everything the first film had going for it except for its gorgeous visuals. (more…)
In the history of Game of Thrones, episode nine has always stood out and “The Watchers on the Wall” is no exception. (more…)
Lauren: To all those I have angered with my book reviews, break out your pitchforks once more: time to remind you that John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars is overrated. Boom! Now I’m not saying bad, just overrated. But unlike The Spectacular Now (something that Zac and I both feel is way overrated), whereas that film failed to improve on the book’s problems, the film adaptation of The Fault In Our Stars succeeds. At least for the most part. (more…)
Edge of Tomorrow is a fun and exciting sci-fi actioner from Tom Cruise and Doug Liman, but a bit more depth could have put it over the top. (more…)
The week off was totally worth the wait! “The Mountain and the Viper” was the most exciting episode in the season so far, and battle for which the episode received its namesake was absolutely riveting! (more…)
If you liked the first book in the Cafferty and Quinn series then you will be satisfied with Waking the Dead, the first sequel. But I’ve said it before and I will say it again, this series is still not the perfect blend of Angel and Castle that I hoped this paranormal crime fighter would be. (more…)
Maleficent is an interesting effort to create a fairy tale with modern sensibilities and technology, but none of the relationships work to pull it all together. (more…)