After five films playing the iconic character. Audiences proved they still love Hugh Jackman (X-Men, Les Miserables) as The Wolverine with its debut at number 1 this week, bringing in $55 million dollars. With a 120 million budget, the newest adventure of Logan going to Japan brought in the same amount opening weekend as X-Men: First Class (finished with $146 million) and the original 2000 film (finished with 157 million).
PLOT: As a war between humankind and monstrous sea creatures wages on, a former pilot and a trainee are paired up to drive a seemingly obsolete special weapon in a desperate effort to save the world from the apocalypse. I’m gonna make a strange comparison; this is the frosted mini-wheat version of a movie. The grown up inside me loves the cinematography, action sequences, and look of this film. While
“Despicable Me 2” is a direct sequel to the first film. This time, former super villain Gru (Steve Carell- “The Office” ) now a father to 3 children is recruited by the Anti-Villain League to help stop a new super criminal. Along with Agent Lucy (Kristen Wiig- “SNL”), the two must put a stop to the new villain before they can take over the world. The first film focused mainly
Welcome back Pixar! After two years of mediocre movies that either tried too hard (Brave) or were obvious cash grabs (Cars 2), it’s great to see you all back at what you’re best at doing. Making entertaining movies for both kids and adults while also making us think as well. “Monsters U” is a prequel set 10 years before the events seen in “Monsters Inc.” In this story, we meet
When I first saw the trailer for “World War Z” I was stunned. My jaw dropped, my eyes wide open, and my brain partially exploded. Not for the visuals or the action on the screen, but for one simple reason. Brad Pitt is acting in a zombie movie. Peanut butter and jelly, Oreo’s and milk, Michael Bay and explosions. These are things that go together. Brad Pitt appearing in a
WARNING! This review contains some spoilers. Growing up, I was never a fan of Superman. To me he was always a reminder of the one friend we all had growing up. You know the one that you would play superhero’s with and they would be the one who has to have all the powers and is unbeatable in every way. That’s Superman to me in a nutshell, a boring superhero