Movie Quote of the Week – 10/20/17

Movie Quote of the Week – 10/20/17

Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielson) – The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Continue reading

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

Two months after helping Iron Man in Berlin, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) tries to balance his life as a high school student and fighting crime as the masked hero Spider-Man. When he learns that the Vulture (Michael Keaton) has been stealing alien technology and re-purposing them into weapons and selling them to criminals, he tries to stop the Vulture’s operation despite his mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) telling him to let it go. Continue reading

American Made Review

American Made Review

Synopsis Barry Seal (Tom Cruise), an American airline pilot, is approached by a CIA agent named Schafer (Domhnall Gleeson) who offers him a job taking covert pictures of insurgent operations in Central America for the US government. Seal is soon approached by Pablo Escobar (Mauricio Mejia) and his crew and is recruited into smuggling drugs … Continue reading

Trailer Round-Up – 10/9/17

Paddington 2 international trailer, Wonder Wheel, Only the Brave trailer #3, Newness, The Star, Crooked House, Molly’s Game trailer #2, Roman J. Israel Esq., Daddy’s Home 2 international trailer, Pacific Rim Uprising, Replicas, Justice League trailer #3, Professor Marston & the Wonder Woman final trailer Continue reading

Five Flaming Hotties Tag

Five Flaming Hotties Tag

  Hello, friends! I feel like I’m back on the elementary school playground because I have been tagged! Catherine from Thoughts All Sorts tagged me for the Five Flamming Hotties tag that was created by her and Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews.  The rules are fairly straightforward: You must add the name of the blog who … Continue reading

Trailer Round-Up – 9/25/17

Just Getting Started, All I See Is You, November Criminals, Friend Request, Breathe trailer #2, Revolt, Cook Off!, Tomb Raider, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle trailer #2, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle international trailer #2, Wonderstruck, Ferdinand trailer #2, The Guardian Brothers, The Commuter international teaser trailer, Murder on the Orient Express trailer #2, Peter Rabbit, Isle of Dogs, Maze Runner: The Death Cure Continue reading

Wedding Crashers Review

Wedding Crashers Review

John (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy (Vince Vaughn) are two best friends who look forward to one thing every year: wedding season. When the pair crashes a high-profile wedding, they get more than they expected when John begins to fall for Claire (Rachel McAdams) and Clare’s sister, Gloria (Isla Fisher), falls for Jeremy. Continue reading

Lightning Review: Home Again

Lightning Review: Home Again

Alice (Reese Witherpoon), a recently divorced, single mother, moves into her childhood home in Los Angeles. After meeting Harry (Pico Alexander), Teddy (Nat Wolff) and George (Jon Rudnitsky), she lets the three filmmakers live in her home while they try to get their big break, causing her life to take an unexpected turn. Continue reading

Trailer Round-Up – 9/11/17

The Snowman international trailer, Insidious: The Last Key, Insidious: The Last Key international trailer, Lady Bird, The Man Who Invented Christmas, Hostiles teaser trailer, Daddy’s Home trailer #2, A Bad Mom’s Christmas, A Bad Mom’s Christmas red band trailer, Early Man, Jungle, The Current War, Suburbicon ‘Critics’ trailer, Fifty Shades Freed teaser trailer Continue reading

Lightning Review: Logan Lucky

Lightning Review: Logan Lucky

When Jimmy Logan (Channing Tatum) gets let go from his job, he convinces his siblings, Clyde (Adam Driver) and Mellie (Riley Keough), to help him rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Logan and Clyde recruit experienced bank robber Joe Bang (Daniel Craig) to help them get into the vault. But first, they have to figure out a way to get Joe Bang out of jail. Continue reading

Drew’s Movie Reviews Turns 4! Anniversary Celebration: My Fave Five New Movies I Watched in Year 4

Drew’s Movie Reviews Turns 4! Anniversary Celebration: My Fave Five New Movies I Watched in Year 4

Hello, friends! I’m happy to see you could make it to my blogiversary celebration! Four years ago today, I took the plunge and started this little blog of mine. To celebrate this milestone, I have reviewed all three of the Brendan Frasier Mummy films.  If you missed any of them, here they are: The Mummy … Continue reading

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor Review

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor Review

Alex O’Connell (Luke Ford), trying to escape the shadow of his famous parents Rick (Brendan Frasier) and Evelyn (Maria Bello) O’Connell, locates the cursed first Emperor of Qin (Jet Li) in China. However, General Yang (Anthony Chau-Sang Wong) is also after the Emperor to resurrect him to rule the world. When the Emperor is awakened, the O’Connells must once again stop a terrible evil from taking over the world. Continue reading

Lightning Review: The Mummy Returns

Lightning Review: The Mummy Returns

Meela (Patricia Velasquez) the reincarnation of Anck-Su-Namun, locates Imhotep’s (Arnold Vosloo) body in the city of Hamunaptra. She hopes to use Imhotep’s powers to defeat the Scorpion King (Dwayne Johnson) and take control of the army he commands. Ardeth Bay (Oded Fehr) calls upon Rick O’Connell (Brendan Frasier) and his wife Evy (Rachel Weisz) to once again defeat Imhotep. Continue reading

The Mummy (1999) Review

The Mummy (1999) Review

Evy (Rachel Weisz) is a librarian who is interested in Egypt’s history. When her brother Jonathan (John Hannah) introduces her to Rick O’Connell (Brendan Frasier), who has been to the hidden city of Hamunaptra, the three of them set off for the city. While in Hamunaptra, they inadvertently release, Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo), an ancient evil who had been sealed away for more than three thousand years. Continue reading

The Best Christmas Scenes in Movies: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

And here we are, the final entry of this year’s Christmas in July Blogathon. And what a better way to end it than with my friend and Ultimate Decades co-host, Kim of Tranquil Dreams. I could list everything she does on her site but that would take way too long. If you some how don’t follow … Continue reading

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

We’re in the home stretch of the 2017 Christmas in July Blogathon. Starting the beginning of the end is Carl from Listening to Film. As you might have guessed, Carl’s movie reviews focus heavily on the music of the film. He offers a lot of insight so go give him a follow if you don’t … Continue reading

5 Christmas Movies to Show My Daughter: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

I am happy to announce that it is Allie’s turn in this Christmas in July blogathon. Allie, who runs Often Off Topic, is a lover of everything Christmas and one of the most avid participants in the blogathon. For those of you who don’t know her, she reviews books and movies and gives rundowns of … Continue reading

Edward Scissorhands Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Edward Scissorhands Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

First up today is none other than Kelechi, the mind behind Confessions From a Geek Mind. She reviews a ton of movies and has a weekly soundtrack feature. There is a lot of great content to be found so go check her site out when you get the chance if you are unfamiliar with it.  … Continue reading

Santa Claws Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Santa Claws Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Closing out the Christmas in July Blogathon today is Keith from Keith Loves Movies. Keith covers all kinds of movies, television shows, and trailers on his website. If you like any of that stuff, then you’ll like Keith. Go give his site a look if you don’t already follow him. Not all movies can be … Continue reading

Top Twelve Less Obvious Christmas Movies: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Welcome to day 2 of this year’s Christmas in July Blogathon, everyone! Today, SG from Rhyme and Reason joins in the festivities. If you aren’t familiar with SG and his blog, he mixes two of his passions: poetry and film. It is a rather fun and unique idea and he brings that creativity to this … Continue reading

Die Hard Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Die Hard Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

The second entry for the Christmas in July 2017 blogathon comes to us from Rob from MovieRob, or as I like to call him Movie Monster Rob. He has reviewed literally thousands and thousands of movies. If you don’t follow him yet, which is impossible, do so immediately after finishing his review. Speaking of which, … Continue reading

Silent Night Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Silent Night Review: Christmas in July Blogathon 2017

Kicking off this year’s Christmas in July blogathon is non-other than Darren from Movie Reviews 101. Darren is primarily a horror movie fan but reviews all sorts of movies on his site, as well as running the bi-weekly Opinion Battle segment. He is also a co-host of the Talking Stars podcast (which I was a guest on … Continue reading

Blogging Hiatus

Hey friends, I know I don’t hold myself to the most strict of schedules for this blog, but I just wanted to let you all know that I will be going on a hiatus from blogging for a little bit.  This also means chances are good that my Anniversary Week Celebration I have planned during … Continue reading

My Fave Five Road Trip Films (Featuring Often Off Topic)

My Fave Five Road Trip Films (Featuring Often Off Topic)

Well my friends, we are just a few weeks into the summer (at least if you are in the northern hemisphere that is) which often means popsicles, swimming pools, and vacations. What better way to travel to your destination than by a road trip! Road trips can be eventful to say the least. Several people … Continue reading

Trailer Round-Up – 7/3/17

The Foreigner, Good Time trailer #2, War for the Planet of the Apes trailer #4, Leap! trailer #2, The Greatest Showman, Logan Lucky international trailer, A Bad Moms Christmas teaser trailer, A Bad Moms Christmas red band teaser trailer, Ingrid Goes West, The Last Face trailer #2, Breathe, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle international trailer, Polaroid, Atomic Blonde international trailer #2 Continue reading

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

Transformers are banned from Earth but keep arriving more and more frequently. Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), on the run and hunted by the authorities for assisting Transformers, comes across a ship containing a Transformer who gifts him a mysterious amulet, which the Decepticons are searching for as well, putting Yeager in their crosshairs. Meanwhile, Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen (voice)) finds his creator who reveals to him a way to save his dying planet: destroy planet Earth. Continue reading