Tag: 2013

Timeless Classics: Star Trek Into Darkness

Timeless Classics: Star Trek Into Darkness

J.J. Abrams did a great job reintroducing Star Trek to the big screen and eventually created Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) that publicly addressed a post-9/11 world in a science fiction universe. While whitewashing can cause controversy, the villain (Benedict Cumberbatch) is a great highlight. The film was also the last filmography appearance of Leonard … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Star Trek Into Darkness

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Top Ten: Great Characters In Reboots

Top Ten: Great Characters In Reboots

Some people can cringe on certain reboots, or as I call them parallel universes, but some of the characters in them are so good that they should have been made for the original material. 10. Poison The Succubus (DMC: Devil May Cry): A worm-like succubus that is twelve hundred years old that is the source of … Continue reading Top Ten: Great Characters In Reboots

Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

There are a lot of films that have very convincing endings and are much more talked about than the film itself. MAJOR SPOILER for those who have not seen the following films. Planet Of The Apes (2001): Leo (Mark Wahlberg) landed to Earth but learned that it had been ruled by apes. In other words, General … Continue reading Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

Timeless Classics: Iron Man 3

Timeless Classics: Iron Man 3

The Tony Stark standalone arc came to a great conclusion with Iron Man 3 (2013). Now suffering for PTSD after the events of The Avengers (2012), Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) has been questioning his state of mind until the rise of the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley). Tony Stark is shown wearing Mark 42 throughout most … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Iron Man 3

Timeless Classics: Catching Fire

Timeless Classics: Catching Fire

The apex of both the Hunger Games books and films, Catching Fire (2013) is how a young adult book film adaptation should be done. Continuing a year after the events of the Hunger Games (2012), Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) have been recognized being the two survivors of the 74th Hunger Games and … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Catching Fire

Timeless Classics: The Wolverine

Timeless Classics: The Wolverine

The second of a film trilogy based on the iconic X-Men character, the Wolverine (2013) was able to explore the life of Wolverine at Japan. Continuing many years where X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) left off, the film shows that Logan (Hugh Jackman) was stripped from his healing factor and is after a samurai who took … Continue reading Timeless Classics: The Wolverine