Posted On February 26, 2014By Ryan ZwirnerIn Movies
It’s a strange and exciting time to be a comic book fan. It used to be that only A-grade characters like Superman and Batman could be afforded the big screen treatment, but that’s clearly no longer the case, ever since the X-men and Spider-man films helped the genre to explode in the early 2000s. The fact that my mother knows who Hawkeye is goes to show just how deep these movies have penetrated our culture, and as far as anybody can tell, they show no signs of slowing down. MovieRead More
Posted On January 20, 2014By Ascher RobbinsIn Movies
I don’t go to the movies much these days, as with my new Apple TV, I usually use Netflix, or, for recent movies, I partake in the joys of online piracy and streaming. But every now and then I hear enough fantastic things about a movie that I’m inclined to go see it on the big screen. Peter Berg‘s Afghan War epic, Lone Survivor, was one such film. Dudes I trust, such as Bill Simmons, called the film “the most extraordinary war movie since Saving Private Ryan” and piled enough praise on theRead More
Posted On January 17, 2014By Anthony KozlowskiIn Movies
If you found yourself packed into the multiplex these past couple weeks (and chances are you have, considering the Hoth-like temperatures sweeping most of the nation), then you may have noticed a theme in the sampling of previews. Big budget trailers usually showcasing the latest feature-length Marvel commercial or Michael Bay vehicle have taken a decidedly spiritual turn. Get ready for a year of biblical proportions. Over the next 11 months, Hollywood is planning to churn out more Biblical fair than in the last 11 years combined. This seems likeRead More
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