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The Overnight (Quick Reviews Spoiler Discussion 4)

Here’s the fourth Spoiler Discussion from Quick Reviews, this time, tacking The Overnight.  This little indie stars Taylor Schilling, Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman and Judith Godreche and I don’t so much review the flick as a whole as I do explain why it didn’t really work for me.  And yet, it’s still a decent flick.  Read the rest of this entry

I Am Love (Quick Reviews Spoiler Discussion 3)

In case you missed this episode of Quick Reviews on the YouTube channel, here’s my Spoiler Discussion on I Am Love starring Tilda Swinton.  Be warned – this video will ruin the movie for you.  It’s streaming on Netflix if you want to check it out and join in on the discussion! Read the rest of this entry

Gotham (Quick Reviews Spoiler Discussion #2)

In case you missed this episode of Quick Reviews on the YouTube channel, here’s our Spoiler Discussion on Gotham – specifically on Jim Gordon’s character and how the show broke it. Read the rest of this entry

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice review (Quick Reviews Spoiler Discussion #1)

Here’s this week’s episode of Quick Reviews, the first episode of Spoiler Discussion. Rather than a straight review, this episode features a spoiler-rific rant on specific points of the plot to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.  You’ve been warned!
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine (movie review)

Today, I’m going to try and figure out why everyone hates X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Join me! It’ll be fun! I promise!* Read the rest of this entry

X-Men (movie review)

When it comes to the comic book movie that changed everything, most people are quick to point to Superman: The Movie as the first of it’s kind or 1989’s Batman, the movie that showed there’s more than one way to make a comic book movie. But when it comes to pinpointing the flick that brought us the comic book movie environment we live with today, it’s got to be 2000’s X-Men. Read the rest of this entry

X-Men 2: X-men United (movie review)

Before X-Men: The Last Stand ruined everyone’s life, there was X2, or X-Men United, or whatever you want to call it – simply call it a good movie. It’s easily the best X-Men movie to date, and it may be the best X-Men movie there ever will be. Read the rest of this entry

X-Men: The Last Stand aka X-men 3 (movie review)

I guess you could say that X-Men: The Last Stand is a case of “More X-Men, more problems.” Or, in some cases, less X-Men, more problems…

This is a pure spoiler discussion here – the movie is seven years old, after all. Read the rest of this entry

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