The movie starts out in space for a brief moment. There are a handful of astronauts bringing something back from a comet that contained a form of life. The spacecraft breaks a part while returning into Earth’s atmosphere. The craft crashes in a Malaysian forest where policemen, firefighters, medics, and members of the Life Corporation […]Read more "“Venom” (2018) Review"
Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) only has a few more days until his house arrest is over. He was given two offers, and took the one in which he was able to spend time with his daughter Cassie (Abby Ryder Fortson). His ex-wife, Maggie (Judy Greer), and her husband Paxton (Bobby Cannavale)are happy that he gave […]Read more "“Ant-Man & the Wasp” (2018) Review"
This movie is based on a true story and set in the mid-1980s. Tami Oldham (Shailene Woodley) is a 24-year-old traveling the world. She has no destination and no one with her. She is working at a dock with a new co-worker when a man is coming to shore. His name is Richard Sharp (Sam […]Read more "“Adrift” (2018) Review"
As promised from the first movie, Deadpool 2 offers the time traveling mutant hero known as Nathan Summers aka Cable (Josh Brolin). He has come to Deadpool’s (Ryan Reynolds) time to stop the main antagonist known as Russell aka Fire Fist (Julian Dennison). Russell is a young mutant kid that had been tortured by the […]Read more "“Deadpool 2” (2018) Review"
Marvel is at it again! They bring into their cinematic world, a country that is spread throughout the globe as a dirt, poor nation, when, in reality, Wakanda is the most advanced nation on the planet. A meteorite that was made from vibranium (i.e. Captain America’s shield) struck the nation long before mankind. Soon after, it […]Read more "“Black Panther” (2018) Review"
The story of three American men rescue and save the lives of those traveling from Amsterdam to Paris. The story goes back to 2005 where Alek Skarleatos, Anthony Sadler, and Spencer Stone are young kids at a Christian grade school. Spencer and Alek have been friends for some time now, and they meet Anthony when […]Read more "“The 15:17 to Paris” (2018) Review"
The final chapter to James Dashner‘s a-MAZE-ing series. Now, while I believe that The Maze Runner (2014) and The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) were terrible adaptations from their book counterparts, The Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018) made the whole series better. The story is similar and follows the book closely*. Brenda (Rosa Salazar) and […]Read more "“The Maze Runner: The Death Cure” (2018) Review"