On this episode of #LM2Talks, let’s discuss my thoughts on horror and the type of horror stories that I love. Spoiler alert: I love horror that makes me question my own existence. In addition, let’s dive into spoiler-free reviews Halloween (2018) and Bohemian Rhapsody (2018).
On this episode of #LM2Talks, I’m answering your questions. In this introductory edition of the question and answer episodes, I address questions around movies and entertainment.
On this episode of LM2Talks, let’s talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Star Wars films.
I went to see Deadpool 2… What do I think about it? I guess you’ll have to tune in to episode 5 of #LM2Talks to find out!
On this special bonus episode of #LM2Talks, let’s talk Avengers: Infinity War, this time with spoilers!
On the third installment of LM2Talks, I dive into my spoiler-free reactions to Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and reflect on 10 years of Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In episode 1 of my new podcast, LM2Talks, I discuss why Rampage (2018) should have been dumber.
People ask the most loaded questions when I talk about films. Let’s break down some of those questions using my thoughts on mother! and Blade Runner 2049.
Some films are just too cool for school, BABY DRIVER is one of those films. Damn, I want to watch it again right now…
Elyse Washington shares her thoughts on Wonder Woman and why we should all be following “strong and powerful ladies.”
Alien: Covenant left me thinking about prequels, sequels, and reboots, as well why we need to be the gods of our own universes.
Let’s discuss all 24 movies from 2016 that I watched this year!
November and December saw different types of spells cast on the big screen, a rebellious princess-type saving her people, a down and dirty look at the Rebel Alliance, and the powerful effect the actions and deed of a man can have on his family.
Part 4 of My Year at the Movies: August, September, and October gave us some morally questionable types slinging guns and working to save the world, an idiot savant with a penchant for killing, and forced us to examine both masculinity and sexuality.
June and July may have been the strangest months at the movies this year. We watched a dead man get puppeted about to help a man survive being stranded in the woods, glamor literally devoured a young model, a chubby kid and an old man went on one of the most bizarre and heartwarming run in the New Zealand bush, an entertainer almost lost his career and his friends, and one of our favorite amnesiac super-soldiers made his return to the big screen.
This year, I was lucky enough to watch about 22 movies, mostly in theaters. In these last few days before the new year, I will be sharing my thoughts on these films, from the good to the bad to the mediocre. May featured two big continuations of storied superhero franchises, provided a few cheap laughs, and introduced us to a couple of nice guys just trying to make it in the world. The stakes ran the gamut this month, ranging from the destruction of the world to keeping your property’s value up when a sorority moves in next door.
This year, I was lucky enough to watch about 22 movies, mostly in theaters. In these last few days before the new year, I will be sharing my thoughts on these films, from the good, to the bad, to the mediocre. To kick things off, let’s take a look at the movies I saw in February, March, and April. Superheroes, anthropomorphic animals, a couple of cable tv comics trying to make it on the big screen, these months had a little bit of everything.
Contained here are my thoughts on the new film Rouge One: A Star Wars Story, released December 16, 2016. Set between episode III and IV, Rogue One is the latest in the Star Wars film franchise and focuses on Jyn Orso as she and a group of Rebels go on a suicide mission to steal the plans for the Empire’s newest weapon, the Death Star.