I missed Shazam! when it was released to theatres last year. I’d been burned out on one bad DC/Warner Brothers live-action movie after another, and while this one looked interesting, I didn’t rush out to see it. I recently watched the film on blu-ray, and I enjoyed it!
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I’m not sure why Hollywood keeps insisting on making King Arthur movies. Is it the allure of a known name, in the way that studios chase after franchises and keep remaking and rebooting series with a recognizable title? Personally, I have never been all that interested in th
I had a feeling this one was gonna be good. I’m glad I was right. With Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel Studios has blown the doors off of their cinematic universe in a big, big way. This is a huge movie, filled with crazy alien planets and creatures and hugely original chara
My revisitation of the last decade-and-a-half of the films of Steven Spielberg continues! I’ve already looked at Jurassic Park and The Lost World, which brings me now to 1997’s Amistad. In an attempt to recapture the magic of 1993 (in which he released two films in a sin