Wonder Woman (2017) – Movie review
Uncategorized / February 12, 2018

We finally have a Wonder Woman movie. Of course just to clarify, she already appeared in Batman v Superman, there’s a Wonder Woman TV series in the 70’s starring Lynda Carter, and also in the 70’s there was a pilot, for another series starring Cathy Lee Crosby. There was an animated Direct-to-video Wonder Woman movie in 2009, and the character appeared in MANY other animated films and TV series, but she’s been largely missing in today’s trend of super heroes and now, FINALLY, she’s represented in a stand-alone, live action film. and the wait, was worth it because, it’s really good! The plot is much more focused than many of the other super hero movies today. It’s not like Batman v Superman where they jam packed so many different characters and storylines that, it became a complete mess. It seemed like DC was just trying to hurry up to get to Justice League, because Marvel already did The Avengers twice, and has, just been running circles around DC. So, they tried to do too much at once. I was worried that they were going to skip straight to Justice League, so I’m really glad they stopped to dedicate a whole…

Blade Runner 2049
Uncategorized / February 10, 2018

So I just saw Blade Runner 2049 and it was phenomenal. For those of you not aware, Denis Villeneuve is proving himself to be one of the more talented directors working today. He’s somehow released one film every year for the past five years and they’ve all been great. Now, I’ve been excited for this film for a long time because of the director and also because of the cinematographer, Roger Deakins. To prepare for watching this film I revisited the original Blade Runner from 1982 which is something I haven’t seen since I was probably 16 years old and I couldn’t even tell you which version I watched. So yesterday I watched the Final Cut version which is supposedly the best one. As for the original film, its best selling point is the production design. The overall look and style of the film was not only unique for its time but incredibly influential. It’s one of those films that wound up heavily inspiring so many others down the line. There are a lot of futuristic science-fiction movies that are incredibly goofy in their predictions, but the original Blade Runner feels so incredibly realistic. I mean, it’s not like we’re…