Spider-Man: Homecoming Review: Web of Memories

I’ve been a huge Spider-Man fan since I was young, from the comics, cartoons, and toys, I was hooked on the Web-Head and wanted more of his adventures, so the movies are always a true delight for me. Yes, I know that Spider-Man 2 is great, that first one is truly memorable for me even … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming Review: Web of Memories

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Wonder Woman: The Hero WB Needed

I knew it would happen eventually. I would walk out of a DC movie without feeling the wrinkles on my face forming their own new creases as I tried to think about how it could have been salvaged. Since the travesty of Green Lantern though, this is the best thing Warner Brothers have been able … Continue reading Wonder Woman: The Hero WB Needed

A Few of My Favorite Scenes In Cinema – Part II

 This is the second part in an ongoing series where I discuss a few of my favorite scenes in cinema. You can read part one of this series here. The Final Scene Big Night (1996) Directed By: Campbell Scott, Stanley Tucci There's nothing more important in life than family. In Big Night, two Italian immigrant brothers (played … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Scenes In Cinema – Part II

Casting JonBenét: Meta Meets Method

Netflix’s latest documentary doesn’t attempt to solve the 20-year-old murder of child pageant star JonBenét Ramsey, but that doesn’t mean you won’t. Casting JonBenét isn’t a traditional documentary and is much more meta in its approach. The film features very few title cards and no omniscient narrations to direct the sequence of events. The audience … Continue reading Casting JonBenét: Meta Meets Method