My strongest memory of Tarzan is of the animated Disney feature back in 1999. I thought the premise was fascinating and loved to “shuby do da da da” over and over again. It seems the Tarzan on my childhood is long gone, ushering in a much darker tone that feels commonplace in our post-Nolan world.
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun is a remake of the 1970 film featuring a woman accused of a murder she did not commit. The psychological thriller follows the woman as she attempts to clear her name and find out who is truly responsible. Originally written as a novel by Sebastien Japrisot, director Joann Sfar will attempt to remake the film for the modern day.
You are probably wondering what on earth is a "Triple 9"...well, it is actually police code used to quickly inform people of a police officer's death. A dead cop is kind of a big deal and so, in theory, anyone who is anyone will be racing toward the crime scene. That is where our main characters come in. They are using this incident as a distraction in order to pull the greatest heist ever.
I remember the first film being very funny and looks to be on par with its predecessor, however, I am not sure if My Big Fat Greek Wedding is deserving of a sequel when it looks to retread familiar ground.
John Wick is a stylish action movie about an ex-hitman (Keanu Reeves) who comes out of retirement when he is attacked in his own home, his car stolen, and his dog killed.
Skyfall definitely brings the Bond franchise back up to a qualitative stature similar to that of Casino Royale. It brought a much-needed invigoration that puts Bond movies back on track and allows future Bond movies to be made along the storyline of Craig’s Bond.
Quantum of Solace is the second installment in the rebooted 007 franchise starring Daniel Craig as the British spy, James Bond. The film follows the events of Casino Royale, after James Bond has successfully captured Mr. White, the man responsible for killing his former love interest.
From Marvel Studios comes the sequel everyone has been waiting for. Avengers: Age of Ultron tells of the next threat Earth's Mightiest Heroes must face in Marvel's long running cinematic universe.
From the studio that brought you movies like Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., and The Incredibles comes another great film, and one that I might add is not only enjoyable, but informative both for kids and adults.
On this brand new episode of the Dim The Lights Podcast, Olga and I talk about this riveting sci-fi film with our own renowned linguist, Dr. Phil Lipschitz.
Listen to the podcast to hear our full thoughts on the original Star Wars!
Star Wars: Rogue One Review Happy New Year! It’s finally 2017 and we get to put behind the god-awful year of 2016. Sure, 2016 was pretty terrible in general, but it did have some highlights. One of the best movies of 2016 is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Rogue One is the prequel to […]