Tag: 2009

Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

What I love about the X-Men films compared to many other comic book films of the 2000s and 2010s is that they don't have to be connected and you can watch them the way you want. Deadpool has nothing to do with these timelines, because that film is strictly a comedy. Dystopian Timeline: X-Men (2000), … Continue reading Ways On Watching The X-Men Films How You Want

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Why I Prefer Angsty And Brilliant Standalone Comic Book Films Instead of Comical Or Interconnected

Why I Prefer Angsty And Brilliant Standalone Comic Book Films Instead of Comical Or Interconnected

I like subverting what people think about certain trends and that is true with my favorite art film directors and screenwriters. The problem with tons of comic book films made in a post-Marvel Cinematic Universe world is that they require you to watch all the films, just like how they want you to read all … Continue reading Why I Prefer Angsty And Brilliant Standalone Comic Book Films Instead of Comical Or Interconnected

Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

This is Christian Frates and for the next six nights, I will watch ten vampire films to prepare myself for the holiday. 25: Twilight Eclipse (2010) 26: Twilight Breaking Dawn (2011-2012) 27: Underworld Rise of the Lycans (2009) & Underworld Unrated Edition (2004) 28: Underworld Evolution (2006) & Underworld Awakening (2012) 29: Blade (1998) 30: Blade … Continue reading Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

Timeless Classics: Star Trek

Timeless Classics: Star Trek

J.J. Abrams was able to resurrect a well-known science fiction franchise like Star Trek for the film that is Star Trek (2009). Filled with unique visuals and acting talents from both old and new generations of Star Trek cast and crew, the film helped begin a new era for Trekkies worldwide. The film series got … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Star Trek

Top Ten: Film Actors Who Voiced Animated Film Characters

Top Ten: Film Actors Who Voiced Animated Film Characters

I personally prefer real voice actors like Tara Strong, Phil LaMarr, Mel Blanc or Keith Szarabajka, but tons of animated films have film actors voice characters just for marketing. However, that is not the case with these ten people. I am excluding works by Pixar (sorry, John Ratzenberger). 10. Mike Myers in Shrek (2001-2010): After the … Continue reading Top Ten: Film Actors Who Voiced Animated Film Characters