Despite the wonderful aesthetic and whimsical movie score, Dumbo fails to capture the magic of the original, offering audiences a film that just feels empty at the end. Continue reading A Disney Flump | Review of ‘Dumbo’ (2019 Film)
“Peter Parker tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens with his superhero alter-ego Spider-Man, and must confront a new menace prowling the skies of New York City.” —IMDB
It took forever to see this movie. You may think that since I work at the theater, I get to see the movies, but that is not the case. I do not get to see the movies when I am working, and after a hard-long weekend, the last thing on my mind is going to the movies. So just keep that in mind the next time you ask the person selling you the tickets if they have seen the movie yet. Continue reading “Thankfully Light and Fun | Review of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’”
By: Cynthia Ayala
“One Minion named Kevin has a plan, and he—alongside teenage rebel Stuart and lovable little Bob—embarks upon a thrilling journey that ultimately leads them to their next potential master, Scarlet Overkill, the world’s first-ever female super-villain.”
–– Minions (2015) Synopsis, Fandango
Adorable, simply adorable. From Illumination Entertainment and Universal Studios, the companies that brought viewers Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2 comes a spin-off about the Minions before they came to Gru. In this film, viewers see where they came from and discover what their purpose is: to find the biggest baddest villain and serve them without question.
Continue reading “An Excellent Spin-Off of Despicable Me | Review of ‘Minions’”
By: Cynthia A. Directed by: José Padilha Screenplay by: Joshua Zetumer Based on Characters by Edward Neumeier & Michael Miner Starring: Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Abbie Cornish, Jackie Earle Haley, Michael K. Williams, Jennifer Ehle & Jay Baruchel Genre: Action In the year 2028, a multinational conglomerate, OmniCorp, after expanding their reach of mechanical soldiers by supplying them to the … Continue reading Remaking 1980’s Action | Cyn’s Movie Review of RoboCop (2014 Film)
By: Kristy Puchko Before Johnny Depp came along and became Tim Burton’s ever-odd muse, the director with a taste for the dark side was fixated on Michael Keaton. The pair made Batman, Batman Returns and Beetlejuice together, but haven’t collaborated on a film since. Even though more than twenty years have passed between now and their last joint effort, Keaton is game to reunite with … Continue reading Michael Keaton Still Game For Beetlejuice 2 – CinemaBlend.com
By: Nick Venable There were a lot of left field sequels and remakes announced this year, but the strangest one of all – besides the recently announced follow-up to It’s a Wonderful Life – is the not-quite set in stone Beetlejuice 2, with a reteaming of director Tim Burton and the host with the most Michael Keaton. But Beetlejuice just wouldn’t be the same if … Continue reading Winona Ryder Interested In Coming Back For Beetlejuice 2
By: Eric Eisenberg It would appear that Tim Burton is feeling very nostalgic these days. Last year he directed feature adaptations of both his favorite show as a kid (Dark Shadows) and one of his early short films (Frankenweenie) and now there are reports that he’s in talks to direct a sequel to one of his earliest hits. Following up on rumors that we heard … Continue reading Tim Burton In Talks To Direct Beetlejuice 2 With Michael Keaton
By: Arielle Stomski Chester It was announced in 2011 that a sequel to the cult horror film “Beetlejuice” (1988) was in development. Tim Burton would produce the film and Michael Keaton would reprise his role as the eccentric title character. The sequel would be written by Seth Grahame-Smith , who has recently worked with Burton on “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” and “Dark Shadows”. No new … Continue reading Writing begins on “Beetlejuice” sequel?
By: Eric Eisenberg Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is changing gears in a major way for his next project. While we have gotten to know the filmmaker through his deeply dramatic, soul crushing movies like Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Babel andBiutiful, his next title, Birdman, will take him head-first into the world of comedy. And he’s assembled an absolutely amazing cast to take the trip with him. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that … Continue reading Keaton, Stone, Watts And Galifianakis Join Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu Comedy Birdman
By: Eric Eisenberg Thanks to an extended trailer that featured even more stunts, action and car racing than the Super Bowl spot (not to mention more Gina Carano vs. Michelle Rodriguez), Fast & Furious 6 has dominated a lot of attention today, but it’s no longer the only big car-centric action movie on the block. Dreamworks is quickly putting together their adaptation of the Need For Speed video game series … Continue reading Michael Keaton Joins Aaron Paul In Need For Speed