Movie Review: Edge of Tomorrow


Tom Cruise (“Jack Reacher,” “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”) continues his sci-fi streak with “Edge of Tomorrow,” after last year’s “Oblivion.” Adapted from a Japanese graphics novel “All You Need is Kill,” the movie is directed by the “Bourne” trilogy’s director, Doug Liman.

Movie Review: Maleficent


Joy for Jolie. With majestic wings, pointy horns, glowing eyes and enhanced cheekbones, Angelina Jolie (“Wanted”) is a magnetic and menacing presence. With all the elements of the beloved story there – Maleficent, a fire-breathing dragon, three fairy godmothers, Princess Aurora and Prince Philip – a twist on the cliché “true love’s kiss” is a welcomed one.

Movie Review – X-Men: Days of Future Past


The franchise that started the golden era of superhero movies is back with “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” with Bryan Singer (“Superman Returns”) returning to the director’s chair. More a sequel to the phenomenal “X-Men: First Class” than to the original X-Men trilogy, expectations towards the ambitious picture are at a premium.

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2


Andrew Garfield (“The Social Network”) and Emma Stone (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) reprise their roles as the impossibly adorable couple, Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” directed by Marc Webb.

Movie Review: Transcendence


What if you could preserve your consciousness and live on even after you pass? What if it’s possible to transfer your memories, thoughts and feelings into a computer and continue to grow? Would it still be you? How far would you take it? Would you make the world a better place given the chance? But at what cost and consequence? Is there such thing as a perfect world?

WonderCon 2014: Feature Film Highlights Part III


Here’s Part III of my review of the panel and trailers at Anaheim’s WonderCon 2014. Featured are “Lucy” and the T.V. Showrunners Panel.

WonderCon 2014: Feature Film Highlights Part II


Here’s Part II of my review of the panels and trailers at Anaheims’ WonderCon 2014, featuring “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”, ‘The Maze Runner” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past”:

WonderCon 2014: Feature Film Highlights Part I


Here’s Part I of my review of the panels and trailers at Anaheim’s WonderCon 2014. Featured are “Edge of Tomorrow”, “Into the Storm” and “Godzilla”.

Movie Review – Captain America: The Winter Soldier


It’s been a couple of years since Steve has been defrosted, picked up by S.H.I.E.L.D., and brought in to fight aliens alongside other superheroes. Physically, the 95-year old has started to adjust to 21st century living, but psychologically, he’s still unsure what he’s fighting for. Modern society is morally gray and doesn’t fit with his black-and-white view of the world. The world as he knew it has changed.

Movie Review: Divergent


“The future belongs to those who know where to belong.” Based on Veronica Roth’s best-selling novel, the story is set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic world. The rest of the world has been destroyed by wars and the remaining society lives in factions inside a protective fence. More than a diversion, “Divergent” is sufficient to carry another surefire franchise.

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