Category Archives: Movies
Back in the day, Unbreakable was one of my favorite M. Night Shyamalan films! Then I re-watched it the other day in the build-up to Glass, and it still holds up pretty well. Maybe not as good as it did back in the day, but it’s still fun.
Excellent work, Honest Trailers people! I’m going to see Glass tonight, and I hope that’s good, too! Mostly I need to stop being so old. Who knew it would take more than a decade to get that Unbreakable sequel we all wanted back in the day?
I was late to the John Wick party when it first came out. I didn’t even see John Wick 2 in theaters! I dealt with those problems, and now I’m definitely ready for John Wick 3: Parabellum.
And yeah, it looks neat! Looks just like a solid John Wick threequel. Should be another action-packed thrill ride, like the other two. Hooray for movies!
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home has arrived and it looks really great! It’s funny, has some neat drama, and Mysterio looks pretty awesome so far.
Granted, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse may have changed the game when it comes to Spider-Man movies, but this one looks pretty dope nonetheless. Everybody’s coming back. We get to see Nick Fury interacting with Spider-Man. The fish bowl head on Mysterio is cool. Far From Home looks solid so far!
The new film arrives on July 5.
A new Captain Marvel trailer hit the airwaves last night as part of some sports synergy thing. It’s not a full-on new trailer, but it’s packed full of new footage and some nifty new banter. Sounds like a good way to start a Tuesday to me.
Tickets are also now on sale if that’s your thing. I don’t normally buy movie tickets in advance because my local theater rarely sells out…but they do with Marvel movies these days. I had to watch Infinity War in the overflow theater. Not fun.
So perhaps I’ll buy my Marvel tickets early this year and get to the theater way ahead of everybody else, then claim the big, comfy, reclining theater seat that I want. Sounds like a plan! Captain Marvel comes out on March 8!
Venom was a huge success and made a ton of money! So not only are we going to get a sequel, we’re also going to get a bunch of unconnected movies like Morbius and Kraven. Because Sony Pictures doesn’t understand that it was Venom himself that sold the movie, not their movie-making techniques. Nobody gives a crap about Morbius.
Honest Trailers nails some of the major complaints about Venom. But it’s like shooting fish in a barrel.