I find life as a film reviewer tough because I like tons of films that get poorly received by the audience, other critics or both. They have also been derided by people as too unconventional. However, I like them because they fit my mind. 10. John Carter (2012): Made in the 100th anniversary of the Edgar … Continue reading Top Ten: Live-Action Films That Deserve A Rewatch
Micaela Dee (June 5th, 1990-Present) is starting to become more recognizable now thanks to her hardcore performances on stage, short films and TV shows. Micaela Dee's looks are sublime as well as her legendary acting abilities that are showcased right now.
There are a lot of comic book films out there, but my personal favorites are Hulk (2003) and Logan (2017) because they prefer to be intelligent and original, rather than simply basing it on the comics or using tons of toddler fodder to attract audiences. While Hulk had abysmal marketing that made people feel like … Continue reading Intellectualism VS Consumerism: Ang Lee and James Mangold over the Traditional Marvel Films
Millions of people since 1977 love the Star Wars franchise, but once The Matrix (1999) arrived mere months before Episode I, there was a rise of intellectualism in science fiction films. While The Matrix Trilogy concluded with both The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) and other tie-in media, Star Wars kept going, … Continue reading Why The Matrix Trilogy Is Better For Intellectuals Compared To Star Wars
The second-to-last film directed by Mel Brooks, Robin Hood: Men In Tights (1993) became a classic in its own right, just like Young Frankenstein (1974), Blazing Saddles (1974) and Spaceballs (1987) have. It is a hilarious spoof based on the English legend that later inspired Shrek (2001). Robin Hood (Carey Elwes) was arrested and sent … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Robin Hood Men In Tights
The Schwartz is strong in all of us thanks to Mel Brooks' hit spoof of Star Wars Episodes IV-VI (1977-1983): Spaceballs (1987). President Skroob (Mel Brooks) is the leader of Planet Spaceball, and is a galactic tyrant. Princess Vespa (Daphne Zuniga) of Druidia was taken to Spaceball One, home to Dark Helmet (Rick Moranis), a … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Spaceballs
While Blazing Saddles (1974), Mel Brooks' Magnum Opus can be defined as bogus by some of the social justice warriors post-1990s (no offense), the truth is that the film brought enough comedic justice. The point is the film satirizes racism during the New Hollywood era and the world of the old west. Bart (Cleavon Little) … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Blazing Saddles