It is almost that time of year again, the season has changed to spring, and baseball is right around the corner. With opening day this Sunday, it is the perfect opportunity to share some of my all time favorite movies about America's pastime.
Terrence Malik's newest film is out now, and absolutely features beautiful cinematography. However it lacks a compelling story, and is more of a let down then previous Malik films.
The teenagers with attitude are back on the big screen. The newest incarnation of the Power Rangers is a fun yet flawed reboot, with enough going for it that it isn't the disaster I thought it would be.
The newest #ThrowbackThursday dives back to my childhood with a rewatching of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, and boy does it not age well.
The classic Disney animated film gets remade in live action. Emma Watson stars in a more than faithful adaptation, undone by what it adds, not by what it adapts.
The King of The Monsters returns to theaters for a new take on a familiar story. Featuring big monsters, big explosions, and a big name cast, Kong: Skull Island is a thoroughly enjoyable blockbuster.
For this weeks #ThrowbackThursday, I kick off my plan to watch every film on the AFI Top 100. Since this coincides with the release of the new Kong: Skull Island, I decided to start with the 1933 classic, King Kong.
Since the movie I intended to see was gone from theaters, and against my better judgement, I checked out The Great Wall.
Logan is by far the best film in the Wolverine franchise. Hugh Jackman knocks this film out of the park and produces one of the best comic book films, that also stands as an amazing film regardless of genre.
With release of Logan, and the final performance of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, I have ranked the movies so far in the X-Men Movie Universe. Where does your favorite fall in the list, and can anybody defend X-Men Origins: Wolverine?