Let me preface this by saying I’ve never seen a Bond film. I paradoxically went into “Spectre” not knowing what to expect, and left with exactly what I expected. Looking at “Spectre” from a technical standpoint, I can confidently say that this film is incredible, with amazing cinematography, a beautiful score, and excellently casted characters. The biggest drawback the film suffers from, however, is
Whenever something is “reimagined” or “rebooted”, fans of the original material usually cry out in agony. In this day and age, whenever something timeless is brought back into the limelight, it will more often than not be updated to be more marketable to the current youth demographic. So, like the rest of the world, when I heard the announcement that Schultz’s timeless comic “Peanuts”
There’s something beautiful about watching failure. This attempt at a Fantastic Four reboot was a disaster from start of production to the time it reached theaters and the final film is a constant reminder of this fact. But with all of that being said, “Fantastic Four” is a film that’s well worth your time even if it’s only real appeal is seeing $122 million
Did you watch “Mad Max: Fury Road”? If not, your summer was terrible. It doesn’t matter what you did, nothing can compare to the two hours of fuel injected, supercharged, masterclass of action that ran down critics when hit theaters last May. It isn’t inexcusable if you missed Fury Road. In all honesty, the film had everything going against it being a passable film.
Let your nine year old self rejoice; dinosaurs are back! That’s what “Jurassic World” proved this summer breaking the record for the highest box office opening weekend ever on its way to becoming the third largest grossing film of all time. The record breaking performance was unexpected, given that the film is, at times, largely unspectacular. Another of the summer’s many reboot sequels, “Jurassic