Following in the footsteps of such classics as Blade Runner, Ex Machina sets us into another exploration into what Artificial Intelligence could do to humanity, and what it says about our wishes to create. Continue reading →
Mad Max: Fury Road is one of the most delightfully insane, action packed and downright enthralling movies I’ve ever seen. A very, very high bar has officially been set for Summer 2015.
Since his return to films from the world of politics in 2013 with The Last Stand, movie fans have been waiting for Arnold Schwarzenegger to get a role he could sink his teeth into.
While far from being the most original film, I’m happy to say that Maggie gives Arnold a chance to showcase a side of him we’ve never seen – and the movie is all the stronger for it.
This week is “upfront” week, where the networks show off their new programs to gain advertisers, and in turn we’ve been getting a lot of new trailers.
For the most part, the slate of new shows coming to television for the 2015-2016 season left me cold. Honestly – that’s been true of me with television lately, anyway. Yes, the great shows are better than ever, but the shows I really make time for are few and far between. Basically – if it’s not an original show on HBO or Netflix, I really haven’t been watching it regularly.
This post contains spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Proceed at your own risk.
The Age of Ultron arrived just one week ago with record-setting box office both domestically and abroad, but Marvel Studios isn’t letting up, revealing early details on the Phase 3 kick-off, Captain America: Civil War, and the Phase 3 finale, the epic, two-part Avengers: Infinity War.