Reviewing “The Good Dinosaur” Lush backgrounds and amazing animation enhance the Pixar formula

The Good Dinosaur

Like most Pixar films, The Good Dinosaur is filled with emotional moments of life and death scenarios. I believe this is why so many Pixar movie’s connect with people. They’re filled with reality based elements that touch the hearts of everyone. The Good Dinosaur is successful in embracing this formula and for better or worse deserves to rub elbows with other Pixar movies.   [Read more…]

Reviewing “Uncanny” What happens when you can't tell the difference between human and robot?


A story about emerging consciousness wrapped as a noir psychological thriller, Uncanny toys with the notions of humanity and emotions while bringing up a handful of other uncomfortable behaviors.

Warning: there are harsh opinions and likely some spoilers involved regarding the ending of this film, so proceed accordingly.   [Read more…]

“Doctor Who” Christmas Special Heading to Theaters for First Time Event will feature exclusive Alex Kingston interview and "Making Of" featurette

Doctor Who Christmas 2015

BBC Worldwide North America and Fathom Events announce the return of the longest running sci-fi television series, Doctor Who, to the big screen with a special theatrical event of the 2015 Doctor Who Christmas Special starring Peter Capaldi and featuring the return of Alex Kingston as River Song.   [Read more…]

Reviewing “SPECTRE” James Bond delivers once again, despite a few plot machinations that fail to resonate


This movie was all formula, twist included.The problem with that is they allowed me to notice how ridiculous certain things were. But it’s still a typical Bond movie: lots of action, amazing stunts, cackling bad guys, beautiful women, and Bond doing Bond things for Queen, Country, and MI6. If you like spy movies, then you probably like James Bond, and that means, issues or not, you’ll probably enjoy this movie. Issues and all, I did.   [Read more…]