Logan represents Hugh Jackman’s final performance as the X-Man Wolverine, but this film is about as far from an X-Men film as you can get. Does Jackman go out on a high note or should he just have left well-enough alone?Continue reading
In this episode from October 2015, Doug and Matt discussed Hugh Jackman‘s pick to take over as Wolverine, Batman v. Superman stuff, and in celebration of the Blu-Ray release of Age of Ultron, they had a discussion about the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s villains. Continue reading
A movie that brings up issues of Artificial Intelligence, consciousness, and what it means to be alive is a movie that should generate questions from its audience. Unfortunately, the only question generated from Director Neill Blomkamp’s CHAPPiE is: Was District 9 a fluke?Continue reading
In Episode 66, Doug and Dirty A welcome back friend of the show Matt King to FINALLY discuss the big Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe news. This news was very close to Matt’s heart and he may or may not have cried several times throughout the recording. Take a listen and judge for yourself!Continue reading
If you read my X-Men Retrospective—and if you haven’t, why are you reading this first?—you’ll know that I hold the first two X-Men films by Bryan Singer in high regard. However, ever since Singer departed the franchise to go screw up Superman, the X-Men series has been on shaky ground. It took some solid steps forward with X-Men First Class and The Wolverine, but I was still nervous about X-Men: Days of Future Past. Singer was back in the director’s chair, but his track record hasn’t been great lately and Fox has a habit of screwing up my X-Men. So, it’s really difficult to write this review, because I’m trying to think of a grade that can appropriately sum up how I felt about this film.
We’ll start with this: X-Men: Days of Future Past is the best X-Men film since X-Men 2.Continue reading