Darkest Hour

After reading books like The Century Trilogy, The Women in the Castle, and All the Light We Cannot See, watching shows like The Man in the High Castle, The Crown, and Band of Brothers, and finally watching Dunkirk, I was really starting to feel like a bit of a World War II-era history expert. A guru, … More Darkest Hour

Thor: Ragnarok

It had been quite a while since I  last saw a movie in theaters, and apparently I only see ones about comic book characters now. Everything else will eventually be on Amazon Prime or Fios On-Demand for $5.99, so what’s the point, right? Thor: Ragnarok is absolutely delightful. Chris Hemsworth looks really, really, REALLY good … More Thor: Ragnarok

Guardians of the Galaxy

As I may have told you fine readers before, I have a relatively new appreciation for comic book movies. I’ve never liked Christian Bale as Batman, and I’ve all but given up on Spiderman (there are just too many movies), but the latest Marvel movies are really something special. Vol. 1 I enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy almost as much … More Guardians of the Galaxy

Logan

It appears as though I have cut in half the number of movies I see per year, and that makes me a little sad. It’s just so darn EXPENSIVE to see them in the city, and you can usually “rent” them on Amazon while they’re still in theaters for half the price from the comfort … More Logan

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

***SPOILER ALERTS!*** To all the Harry Potter fanatics out there who are expecting an amazing, mystery-solving, majorly “connected” prequel: Beware, and lower those expectations. Fantastic Beasts is an enjoyable movie — mostly because Eddie Redmayne is so gosh darn lovable as a twitchy, nerdy Englishman — but it’s definitely not your average HP film. Set in New … More Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The Jungle Book

I am the type of person who can’t even think about Marley & Me without having a panic attack about the fate of my own dog. That Budweiser commercial with the horse LITERALLY makes me cry every single time I see it (I watched it again for the purpose of this post and I just … More The Jungle Book