**The following is an in-depth review of “The Disaster Artist” and does contain spoilers**
The true story of the making of one of the most infamous films in Hollywood history is brought magnificently to life in Jame’s Franco’s “The Disaster Artist.”
A left-leaning “talent handler” for several comic book conventions – including San Diego Comic Con – went to Facebook on Monday to slander superstar DC Comics artist Ethan Van Sciver.
**The following is an in-depth review of “CHiPs” and does contain spoilers**
Hollywood has had a real trend in rehashing old television series for major motion pictures in the past decade. The quality of these films is pretty hit or miss. Sometimes you get “SWAT” and sometimes you get “Bewitched.” Dax Shepard’s “CHiPs” sits somewhere in the middle.
**The following is an in-depth review of “Bad Santa 2” and does contain spoilers**
“Bad Santa 2” is the follow-up to 2003’s “Bad Santa,” starring Billy Bob Thornton as an alcoholic and foul mouthed department store Santa Claus who’s actually a burglar.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige’s recent announcement that a deal between Fox and Marvel that would allow Marvel’s merry mutants to be included in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has left some fans with a feeling of disappointment. For a lot of fans, seeing the X-Men rights return to Marvel has been a rallying cry pretty much since Marvel began financing their own movies with 2008’s “Iron Man.” Including the X-Men Marvel’s shared cinamatic universe, however, would be a move that would irrevocably damage everything the X-Men are.
**The following is an in-depth review of “Arrival” and does contain spoilers**
Alien invasion movies are a Hollywood staple. From 1927’s “Metropolis” to 1953’s “War of the Worlds” and 1996’s “Independence Day” moviegoers seem fascinated with the idea of being visited by visitors from other planets. Often those visits are hostile – as those noted before – but Hollywood has also given us some great movies about benign visitors from the stars like “Starman,” “E.T.” and “Cocoon.”
**The following is an in-depth review of “Hacksaw Ridge” and does containspoilers**
Mel Gibson may be proving himself to be a major Hollywood player once again with his latest directorial effort, a gripping and inspiring war drama called “Hacksaw Ridge.”
We all have them. Sometimes we want to pretend we don’t; to hold our heads high and claim that we have standards, but the truth is that sometimes our standards go out the window. Sometimes we just want to close the door when no one else is home, hide out in the safe space of our bedrooms and watch movies that most people can’t stand but that we can’t get enough of.
According to Deadline, director Tim Miller has left the still untitled sequel to this year’s hit superhero movie “Deadpool.” Deadline is citing creative differences between Miller and star Ryan Reynolds as the reason for the split.