Release: Friday, April 5, 2019 (Netflix) →Netflix Written by: Samantha MacIntyre Directed by: Brie Larson Very much like a unicorn the directorial début of Brie Larson is a colorful curiosity. Unicorn Store reunites her with her Captain Marvel co-star, Samuel L. Jackson, albeit under entirely different circumstances. Instead of trying to prevent intergalactic war here we're dealing with a … Continue reading Unicorn Store
Release: Friday, March 8, 2019 →Theater Written by: Anna Boden; Ryan Fleck; Geneva Robertson-Dworet Directed by: Anna Boden; Ryan Fleck Captain Marvel figures to be a significant piece in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, acting as both a standalone origins story and a precursor to Jon Favreau's standard-setting Iron Man; ipso facto it predates the entire MCU. That's a pretty bold decision … Continue reading Captain Marvel
Release: Friday, January 18, 2019 →Theater Written by: M. Night Shyamalan Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan All the pieces finally fall into place for M. Night Shyamalan and his long-gestating superhero trilogy with Glass, in part a direct sequel to 2017's psychological thriller Split as well as a belated return to the awe-inspiring identity crisis established 19 years … Continue reading Glass
Hey all, Natasha’s review of a refreshingly different Quentin Tarantino piece — Jackie Brown (1997) — is available for your reading pleasure over at Three Rows Back! Go check it out!
Welcome to the penultimate day of the Decades Blogathon – ‘7’ edition – hosted by myself and my partner in crime Tom from Thomas J.For those who don’t know, the blogathon focuses on movies that were released in the seventh year of the decade. Tom and I are running a different entry each day (we’ll also reblog the other’s post) and today I’m very pleased to welcome Natasha from it’s the turn of the one and only Zoe from Life of this City Girl who is too-cool-for-school in her choice of QT’s Jackie Brown.
Plot: A middle-aged woman finds herself in the middle of a huge conflict that will either make her a profit or cost her life (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119396/)
A quick peek over at Tom’s blog alerted me to the fact that it was time for his and Mark’s annual Decades Blogathon. In the past…
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Release: Friday, March 10, 2017 [Theater] Written by: Dan Gilroy; Max Borenstein; Derek Connolly Directed by: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts becomes the latest to cash in on the recent trend of indie directors gone Hollywood, going from The Kings of Summer to a blockbuster that reimagines the king of the apes in all its primal glory in Kong: … Continue reading Kong: Skull Island
Release: Wednesday, December 30, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Quentin Tarantino Directed by: Quentin Tarantino Quentin Tarantino isn't softening in his old(er) age. The Hateful Eight might be one of his most vicious pieces yet, an ode to the frankness of life on the frontier as filtered through the perspectives of some of the meanest, nastiest sumbitches this side … Continue reading The Hateful Eight
Release: Friday, May 1, 2015 [RPX Theater] Written by: Joss Whedon Directed by: Joss Whedon In the chaotic and climactic final twenty minutes a wistfulness arose within me, and though I didn't let it fully disengage me from one of the year's most ambitious CGI spectacles I was annoyed I let it happen. I knew it was going to, though. … Continue reading Marvel’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron
Release: Friday, February 13, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Matthew Vaughn; Jane Goldman Directed by: Matthew Vaughn Thuffering thuccotash, itth Thamuel L. Jackthon! Again! For those bothering to thtick with me through this review, be advised that one of the most prolific black actors of all time is the height of the appeal of Kingsman: The Secret Service. It's … Continue reading Kingsman: The Secret Service
Release: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 [Theater] It takes guts to be RoboCop. Almost quite literally, nothing more and nothing less. Swedish hunk Joel Kinnaman assumes the iconic role of Detroit police officer Alex Murphy in José Padilha's controversial decision to ignore the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality, as it were. Kinnaman (The Girl … Continue reading RoboCop