Fun and action-packed, Thor: Ragnarok delivers laughter never before seen in a Thor film, making for an unquestionably delightful film. Continue reading Tons of Fun to Watch | Review of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
By Cynthia Ayala
The adventures of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot, who just so happens to be a dragon.
What a wonderful film. It’s no surprise why critics have been praising this film. It has a very sad opening, about a boy who loses his family while in the woods. And who come’s to save him, to be his protector? Elliot the dragon of course, and he’s the perfect dragon.
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By Cynthia Ayala
“The USS Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a new ruthless enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test.”
This movie made me so happy. After Into Darkness I was apprehensive about the Star Trek franchise because Into Darkness lost its way in trying to appeal to both Trekkies and the mass market. It tried too hard to be one classic (The Wrath of Khan) that it ended up being another classic (The Undiscovered Country) but with less of the heart that would have appealed to Star Trek fans because it just missed the mark, it missed the intent of Gene Roddenberry‘s work. Moreover, with this film, when I heard that they were doing reshoots after it initially wrapped up, which usually almost always spells out doom for a movie. However, you wouldn’t know it watching this film, because whatever they had to go and fix, they nailed it, and they brought back what Gene Roddenberry intended, they brought back hope, they brought back peace, and unity, and everything else that Gene Roddenberry intended when he first created Star Trek.
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By: Cynthia Ayala
We all have those favorite shows that critics raved about and had action, suspense, the whole shebang. But for some reason, networks cancelled said shows due to “lack of ratings”, regardless of the fan base that was growing and growing. It happened with notable cult classic show Firefly, whose fan base garnered an amazing film, and it happened with Family Guy, whose fan base bought up those DVDs like candy forcing FOX to bring back the show.
Not all shows are that lucky though. Firefly also has a comic book series courtesy of Dark Horse comics, and other shows that have been cancelled that have comic book continuations include Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, & Angel and Faith.
But there are other shows out there that deserve a comic book series to continue where the show unfortunately left off (on a cliffhanger of all things), due to network cancellation.
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Directed by David Twohy Written by David Twohy Based on Characters by Jim Wheat & Ken Wheat Starring: Vin Diesel, Jordi Mollà, Matt Nable, Katee Sackhoff, Dave Bautista, Bokeem Woodbine, Raoul Trujillo and Karl Urban Amazing! Vin Diesel returns bringing back the character of Richard B. Riddick, murderer. This movie picks up five years after the Chronicles of Riddick left off. Riddick is the Lord … Continue reading Riddick | Movie Review
Directed By: J. J. Abrams Written By: Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman & Damon Lindelof Based on: Star Trek by Gene Roddenberry Starring: John Cho, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alive Eve, Bruce Greenwood, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Peter Weller & Anton Yelchin Captain James T. Kirk has been reprimanded along with his First Commander, Spock for violating the Prime Directive. But after … Continue reading Star Trek: Into Darkness
By: Eric Eisenberg Wentworth Miller is primarily known for his work as an actor, namely for his role on the Fox series Prison Break, but this year he has started to show his versatility – specifically as a writer. The Sundance Film Festival in January premiered his first ever produced screenplay, Stoker, which earned a great deal of acclaim, and now it seems he’s parlayed that success into another … Continue reading Stoker Scribe Wentworth Miller To Adapt Richard Parker’s Scare Me
By: Eric Eisenberg It’s strange to think how long fans have been waiting to see Riddick, the upcoming sequel to Pitch Black and Chronicles of Riddick. Not only will it be the first movie in the franchise since 2004, the project actually started shooting all the way back in January of 2012. But our time without the Alpha Furyan is almost over. Universal will be releasing the movie in September … Continue reading Vin Diesel Isn’t Looking So Good In New Riddick Image
By: Eric Eisenberg It’s been nearly a decade since we last saw Vin Diesel slap on a pair of round goggles and go around space being called Riddick, but that streak is coming to an end. Eight years after the release of The Chronicles of Riddick an official release date has been announced for it’s sequel. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Universal Pictures will … Continue reading Riddick Finally Finds A Release Date Next Fall
By: Katey Rich Through a feat of sheer will, Vin Diesel has managed to make a third Riddick film a reality, completing a trilogy that started with Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick and that virtually no one ever thought would go further than that. Riddick is clearly Diesel’s passion, and though he’s shown off occasional photos from the set, he’s now giving us … Continue reading Riddick Teaser Poster Promises Vin Diesel’s Return