How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) Movie Review

When the first “How to Train Your Dragon” was released in 2010, it was a bit unexpected for me. The trailers looked really good but it was coming from Dreamworks Animation. Dreamworks outside of the first two “Shrek” films, haven’t really produced anything outstanding. Sure “Over the Hedge” and “The Bee Movie” were fun and… Read More How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) Movie Review

Edge of Tomorrow (2014) Movie Review “A Fun Summer Sc-Fi Adventure”

There are some movies that’s marketing does not represent the movie. A lot of marketing teams for some reason market the movie differently than it actually to bring in a larger audience. When I saw the trailers for “Edge of Tomorrow” it looked like a dark and serious sc-fi film. It looked decent but nothing… Read More Edge of Tomorrow (2014) Movie Review “A Fun Summer Sc-Fi Adventure”

Maleficent (2014) Movie Review “A Story that Doesn’t Know What it Wants to Be”

There is a growing trend in Hollywood to update the classic fairy tales and give them fresh and darker take on them. Recently we have had “Snow White and the Huntsman”, “Red Riding Hood”, “Jack the Gaint Slayer” among a few others. I’ve actually been a fan of and supporter of this trend. There is… Read More Maleficent (2014) Movie Review “A Story that Doesn’t Know What it Wants to Be”

A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) Movie Review “Doesn’t Live Up to Ted”

Anyone who knows me know I am a huge fan of Seth McFarlane. I’ve been preaching the gospel of McFarlane for a very long time now. From “Family Guy” to “American Dad” and to his feature film debut, “Ted” Seth has consistently delivered great laughs and entertainment, “The Cleveland Show” aside, his track record is… Read More A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) Movie Review “Doesn’t Live Up to Ted”

Blended (2014) Movie Review “Another Adam Sandler Misfire”

What can I say about Adam Sandler that hasn’t been written already? Once in some outstanding comedy films now has been reduced to star in horrible film after horrible film. From “Grown Ups” to the loud and annoying and painful, “Jack and Jill” to the disgusting and unfunny “That’s My Boy”. This is a really… Read More Blended (2014) Movie Review “Another Adam Sandler Misfire”

X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) Movie Review “Easily The Best X-Men Film Yet”

So far this is shaping up to be a great year for comic book films. First we had easily one of the best of the genre to come out that was even better then “The Avengers” , “Captain America: The Winter Solider”. Then just a couple of weeks ago we had “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”… Read More X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) Movie Review “Easily The Best X-Men Film Yet”

Godzilla (2014) Movie Review “A Roaring Success”

It’s been a long time since audiences had to experience the horrendous Ronald Emmerich and Tri Star pictures remake of the classic Japanese masterpiece “Godzilla”. 16 years in fact. 10 years since Japan’s last film “Godzilla: Final Wars”. So with the long absence of one of cinema’s greatest movie monsters, this one was met with… Read More Godzilla (2014) Movie Review “A Roaring Success”

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (1956) “A Poor Shadow of it’s Predecessor”

When an American studio says they are going to remake and “Americanize” a foreign film One of the many hip things to say on the internet is, “oh why do they have to remake this? Hollywood is running out of ideas!” As if this is something new Hollywood has been doing. Most recent examples of… Read More Godzilla: King of the Monsters (1956) “A Poor Shadow of it’s Predecessor”