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””
Brandon Routh gained fame with his portrayal of the big blue boy scout in Superman Returns, also known as Superman III for those of you who saw Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut. Since then he has appeared on Chuck and in the movie Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, where he played a character who maintained the peace between monsters and humans. His character had come similarities between Constantine, which is to be expected considering they both came from Vertigo. Continue reading “Brandon Routh is returning to spandex in ‘Arrow’”
By: Cynthia A. Directed by: Phil Lord & Chris Miller Screenplay by: Phil Lord & Chris Miller Story by: Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman, Phil Lord & Chris Miller Based on Lego Construction Toys Starring: Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, Liam Neeson & Morgan Freeman In the Lego universe, an ordinary mini-figure named Emmet is mistaken as … Continue reading Everything is awesome! | Cyn’s Movie Review of The Lego Movie
By: Eric Eisenberg DC Comics may be best known for their wide array of superheroes, from Superman to Batman to Green Lantern, but they actually have a lot more to offer to offer the film world. Take, for example, Fables, the long-running DC/Vertigo series that has just made some big strides towards getting a live-action adaptation. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Nikolaj Arcel, who earned acclaim … Continue reading DC Comics’ Fables Gets A New Director And Screenwriter
By: Nick Venable Strange as it is, Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel is finally going to be released in less than two weeks, after what feels like decades of waiting. While Snyder’s take on Superman has some people in doubt, Hans Zimmer’s inspirational scoring is bound to leave audiences moved regardless of how they felt about the movie as a whole. The man has a … Continue reading Hans Zimmer Confirms He’s Scoring Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar
By: Katey Rich What do we know for sure about the Justice League movie so far? Honestly, not a whole lot. Since Ben Affleck denied rumors that he might direct it, and Warner Bros. settled a legal suit against the estates of Superman’s creator, we’ve known mainly that the movie is going forward and is scheduled for 2015, that Gangster Squad‘s Will Beall will be writing it… … Continue reading Zack Snyder Suggests Man Of Steel Will Lead Directly Into Justice League
By: Matt Joseph Looks like things are in full swing over at Warner Brothers. As the studio gets ready to release The Dark Knight Rises, their attention is now turning towards Man of Steel as well as their Justice League film. Hoping to copy Marvel’s model, the studio is looking at how to establish their universe and if what we’re hearing is true, they may … Continue reading Man Of Steel To Feature Wonder Woman Cameo?