Hilarious and heartfelt, Ant-Man and the Wasp delivers a great sequel with more action and a captivating story. Continue reading A Promising Sequel | Review of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’
By Cynthia Ayala
Political interference in the Avengers’ activities causes a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man.
This film is without a doubt Marvel’s best film yet. First, let’s applaud the writers here because they took a story and adapted it as best as they could to tie it into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they were able to do that without tarnishing the story. That right there is fantastic writing. That is spectacular writing and something Warner Bros. and DC could take a page from. This is one of the reason’s Marvel movies are so popular because they bring to life a story and characters while keeping both of those faithful to the original creation. Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. were perfect for their roles. Everyone was perfect for their roles. This is cast who not only understands their characters, but they also understand the character dynamics not just in the story but also regarding each other, and they are friends. Everyone here is friends with someone else, and it is believable not just because they are friends in real like but also because they have such great chemistry with one another.The foundation of the film is solid, and that is the key to a successful movie.
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By: Cynthia Ayala
A con artist named Scott Lang gets a shot at redemption when his mentor asks him to protect a superpowered suit. Donning the stunning technology, which shrinks him down to minuscule size, he fights off villains seeking to steal the invention, and organizes a heist that could save the world. Peyton Reed directs this high-octane superhero flick.
— Daniel Gelb, Rovi via Fandango
Go see this movie right now. Don’t just sit there and read this, just go!
You’re still there aren’t you, wondering why all the urgency, probably laughing at the silliness. Well, you’re the silly person for just sitting there. But every urgency deserves a reasoning so thank for giving this the time of day to sit there and read why this film is just another great addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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By: Eric Eisenberg Anchorman: The Legend Continues is happening. Adam McKay is directing based on a script he co-wrote with Will Ferrell; all of the major stars from the first movie, including Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell, David Koechner and Christina Applegate, are coming back; Kristen Wiig has signed on for role; and we know that there will musical numbers.But outside of that baseline information the highly anticipated … Continue reading Anchorman 2 May Add Terence Stamp As A Rupert Murdoch-Type Media Mogul
By: Katey Rich Over the course of David Gordon Green‘s diverse and, recently much-mourned career, the one consistent thread is his investment in relationships between men with not much going on in their lives. The affectionate one-up manship between Bust-Ass and Noel in All The Real Girls leads directly to the on-the-lam buddy stoners in Pineapple Express, and even his ill-fated studio adventure Your Highness was just a story about … Continue reading Paul Rudd And David Gordon Green Do Their Best Work In Years In Sundance’s Prince Avalanche
By: Kristy Puchko Paul Rudd and writer-director David Wain can’t seem to get enough of each other. Mere months after their latest collaboration Wanderlust hit theaters, the pair have swung into casting for their next team-up They Came Together, which Wain calls “a spoof/homage/deconstruction/love letter to Romantic Comedies.” This will mark the eighth feature the duo has worked together on, and buzz is already building … Continue reading Michael Ian Black And Cobie Smulders Join David Wain’s They Came Together