As the title declares, this movie has two enormously famous superheroes, and we’re led to believe Justice will Dawn as a result of them facing off. But with a mouthful of a title, we have a little trouble figuring out exactly what kind of movie Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is trying to be. On the surface, it’s a long one. From what I could tell, Zack Snyder wanted to fit both a Batman movie and a Superman movie into its two and a half hour runtime. Those two unraveling entities finally meet up at the end for a bombastic finale that gets tacked on after the fight that the title promises. Individual parts of the movie aren’t bad, but the execution of putting them together leaves much to be desired, and we come out with a movie that is, in a word, a mess.Continue reading “A Hodgepodge of a Film | Review of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice””
For Riley, growing us just got a little harder. Uprooted from her Midwest life and sent to San Francisco where her father starts his new job, Riley has to start all over. Riley, like everyone, is guided by her emotions who life in the control center of Riley’s mind. They are Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness and they help advise her through everyday life, influencing her decisions and the way she acts. But even her emotions need to adjust, and they aren’t doing too well when Joy and Sadness get sucked away into Core Memory. And as they travel back, trying to find their way back, the other emotions have to try and navigate the world without them. Continue reading “An Emotional Groundbreaker | Review of ‘Inside Out’”
I think everyone by now who reads my blog knows that I love Superman, not as much as Batman but my three favourite heroes in the DC Universe are Batman, Superman & Wonder Woman. I don’t like what they’re doing here. We have our Superman movies. We had Christopher Reeve who was and will always be the embodiment of Superman. I get that they want … Continue reading Newest Superman Movie : MOVE ON ALREADY!