While I eventually became uninterested in the original X-Men movies, X-Men: Apocalypse now has me excited and curious to see where this franchise might go, how screenwriters will weave the storyline into recent history, and how its talented cast might reinvent and deepen their characters.
Another superhero movie, I know. I feel the same way too; it's like everywhere we turn another superhero movie is being shoved down our throats.
The time has come! Marvel's latest super hero film lands in theaters just in time for summer viewing. Based on the Civil War comic series which pit...
Captain America: Civil War is so well made, those trailers we've been watching (stalking) just come together to make an entertaining powerhouse of a film worth the price of all the movie tickets for your family.
While this is nominally the third entry in the Captain America solo franchise (which began with 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger), in design and function it feels much more like Avengers 2.5.
We all have stumbled upon many celebrity social media profiles. Some are obnoxious while others are brilliant. Why is that? Is it because we dislike t...
In Spectre, Craig's rather tortured take on the role, while retaining the grit of the actor's canny interpretation of Ian Fleming's literary conception, relaxes a bit into a suaver sort of self-confidence. He even exhibits a newfound compassion and sense of proportion.
A new study in Hollywood comes at a time when even women at the top are noting the raw deal Hollywood offers them -- thanks in part to the disclosures of the Sony hack at the end of last year.
This was first published in National Council, a publication of the National Council for Behavioral Health Sam knew he was out of second chances when ...
Before Katy Perry was a pop superstar, she was a Christian music singer who dropped out of high school at 15 to pursue her dream. Despite her success -- three studio albums, with her fourth expected in 2016 -- she regrets dropping out and later got her GED.
Guy Ritchie's The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a day late and a dollar short -- actually, make that several seasons late, for anyone who watches the outrageously funny animated series, Archer.
Ironman/Tony Stark: He's the guy everyone calls on in a pinch -- and he'll always come to the rescue, but he wants the glory for doing it, and he has no intention of sharing the spotlight. It's his way or the highway, and you're never going to mean more to him than his favorite suit.
Joss Whedon is once again doing the honors as writer/director, but is this next installment a fitting follow-up to the justifiably praised first film? Check out my review by clicking on the player or right-clicking the link to download.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is the number one film in the world, and the MovieFilm gang is here to offer our thoughts on the long-awaited, much-anticipated superhero sequel from Marvel Studios.
These feel like cinematic end times -- not in terms of Hollywood movies (that horse is already out of the barn), but in the pack-mentality, "hey, it's good enough" approach of critics to the colossus that bestrides summer movies, otherwise known as the Marvel Universe.
The film takes a performance by the impossibly charismatic James Spader, and purposes it in service of an impossibly dull CGI automaton. It's a bit perplexing that Ultron manages to get so much right except for the very villain whose name is in the title.