Why James Cameron’s comments on the Aquaman movie are hypocritical

James Cameron, one of if not the most respected directors in Hollywood, is at it yet again with his outspoken comments on modern superhero films as he takes a dig at James Wan's Aquaman in a recent interview with Yahoo Entertainment. In the Cameron's own words, he says, “I think its great fun, I think... Continue Reading →

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THE CURSE OF LA LLORONA (2019) -TRAILER 2 REACTION

This upcoming supernatural horror film set to be released on April 19, 2019 basically centers around the trials and tribulations of Anna Garcia (Linda Cardellini), a Los Angeles social worker as she tries to protect her children from an imminent danger posed by juvenile-killing ghost in La Llorona. This flick is directed by Michael Chaves in... Continue Reading →

MOVIE MOMENT OF THE WEEK; X-MEN FIRST CLASS

This week, my focus is going to be on a certain 2011 movie directed by Matthew Vaughn called X-Men; First Class. This motion-picture is set in the 1960's and pretty much tells the origin story of the famous Marvel mutant team in the X-Men. It also puts considerable emphasis on the genesis, progression and eventual... Continue Reading →

Alita; Battle Angel – Was James Cameron right to stall the movie for this long?

Set for a worldwide release on 14th February 2019, Alita; Battle Angel is a cyberpunk action film based on Yukito Kishiro's manga in Battle Angel Alita. It revolves around Alita, a disembodied cyborg, and her journey of self discovery after waking up in a futuristic and post-apocalyptic world. The film is directed by Robert Rodriguez and produced by James Cameron alongside John... Continue Reading →

GOOD WILL HUNTING (1997) RETRO-REVIEW

Introduction Good Will Hunting is a 1997 American drama motion-picture directed by Gus Van Sant, also known for films such as ‘Drugstore Cowboy’, ‘Psycho’ and ‘Finding Forrester’. Starring an ensemble cast of Matt Damon, Robbin Williams, Ben Affleck and Stellan Skarsgard, the story centres on Will Hunting (Matt Damon), a brilliant but hot-headed janitor who... Continue Reading →

FUN FACT; SUPERMAN (1978)

Did you know.... Hollywood icon Marlon Brando signed on to play Jor-El 3 years before the first Richard Donner Superman film was made. His contract included a clause that required him to complete all of his scenes in twelve days alongside a salary of $3.7 million and 11.75% of the total box office gross profits, which... Continue Reading →

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