Spoilers!

It’s been less than a week people. Less than one week since Avengers: Infinity War was released in the US and yet I’m still seeing people pretty causally dropping spoilers. This really bothers me even though I was lucky enough to dodge all spoilers before going to see the movie. It just seems pretty rude to me though. Like, don’t you want everyone to be able to have the same experience that you had watching the movie? Don’t you realize that just posting on FaceBook comments about potential character reveals can really sour the movie for people who didn’t rush…

The Most Insane Press Conference.

Alright, another week and another round-up of movies I saw over the week… Oh who am I kidding, not one single person is interested in a movie round-up this week. Infinity War looms on the horizon and that is all anyone cares about. Have you heard about Disobedience? It’s a movie starring Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz. It’s about two secret lesbian lovers in the Jewish Orthodox community in New York. Not one peep about that, you’d think at least a few outlets would be mentioning something like this. Nope, and you know why? It releases April 27th, the same…

Black Panther

Black Panther is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was directed by Ryan Coogler and stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o. I think I got myself over hyped for this one. I went into Black Panther hoping for a glorious renaissance that would enlighten the Marvel Cinematic Universe and take it to heights I never could have dreamed of. Instead I came out thinking the more things change, the more they stay the same. Black Panther is an absolutely  stunning showcase of just how well oiled the Marvel movie machine has become. Black Panther…

Movie Time with JonnyT: Spiderman: Homecoming

Spiderman: Homecoming is the newest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) that debuted on July 7th, it is directed by Jon Watts and stars Tom Holland as the titular character. Everything I’m about to say in a nutshell: It’s was ok, needs more screen time with some characters, less of others and there is a bit too much action that ends up bogging it all down. Also some nice things. So I wanted to take a minute to elaborate/articulate on the specific things (not going into spoilers don’t worry) that I felt really weighed down the newest iteration of…

Perfectly Competant, Solid and Good, it’s Wonder Woman.

Well gosh golly me DC managed to finally put out a good movie this century that wasn’t about Batman. Considering the painfully awful 2016 releases of Batman VS Superman and Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman being just good is almost a miracle. Honestly though the more I think about this movie the less I really have to say about it, if I were to sum up this whole movie in a single word it would be competent. It knows what it’s doing, how to do it and probably most importantly why it wants to do what it does. So what is…

Is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Better Than the First?

Uh… Yeah I’d say so. What did you want me to like explain why I think this or something? Ok. First off, I think Vol. 2 is funnier than the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie. Although Vol. 2 does rely a bit too much on the characters themselves just bursting into laughter at some of the silly stuff happening and a couple of times it did feel forced. Vol. 2 does a much better job of actually fleshing out and exploring its characters, but that is much easier to do in a sequel since the audience is already familiar…