Category Archives: Movie Posters

A Movie Ranking: Tom Cruise

Every once in awhile I come up with a new series to share. Today hails another one of those instances and I’m excited to share it with you. Every Thursday I will share with you a specific actor and I will rank the movies that they have starred in. So, because I’ve seen a bunch of films starring Tom Cruise, he is the first actor to be a part of this series. Enjoy!

15. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016)

This is the one Tom Cruise movie I have watched that I couldn’t finish. The story was nonengaging and the sexual tension between his character and Cobie Smulders’ character wasn’t making things better.

14. The Mummy

Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella in The Mummy (2017)

The only reason why I have this movie before Jack Reacher: Never Goes Back is because I actually finished it whereas I couldn’t (or didn’t want to) finish Never Go Back. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Tom Cruise

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Here Are Two Other Posters for Two of Marvel’s Upcoming Disney+ Series

During D23 Expo posters were revealed for two of Marvel’s Disney+ series; The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision. Now, these posters weren’t officially released but were instead shown to the world via people’s cameras but hey, it’s still the posters. Check them out.

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Things are about to get really, really strange. Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen continue to tease a wacky experience with this new Marvel project and after seeing this teaser poster I’m starting to understand what they’re talking about.

Balancing a 60s’ sitcom format with the heroic Marvel themes is going to be tricky but it’s sure to delight. Continue reading Here Are Two Other Posters for Two of Marvel’s Upcoming Disney+ Series

What’s Your Favorite Sequel Trilogy Teaser Poster?

This weekend has been full of incredible surprises featuring all things Disney. Yesterday the long-awaited teaser poster for The Rise of Skywalker was revealed, capping off what is starting to officially feel like the finale to a grand adventure. So, for this week’s Who’s Your Favorite? I knew there would be no better topic than the one that you have before you today. So, on that note, let’s take a closer look at these teaser posters.

The Force Awakens

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This teaser poster is very simple and to the point. These four characters are the main characters of this new trilogy, the illustrated effect gives it an original trilogy feel, and there is a clear distinction between the dark and the light, with Rey unexpectedly standing in the middle. Fascinating. Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Sequel Trilogy Teaser Poster?

I’m Sorry To Say It But I’m Not Excited for ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

Two years ago I couldn’t wait to see Wonder Woman. It was the first time a female superhero from DC Comics was being featured in a standalone film and after Gal Gadot stole the show in Batman vs. Superman I just knew it was going to be awesome. Wonder Woman was disappointing, to say the least, and its sequel doesn’t seem to be doing too well either. It was supposed to come out in June but was pushed until next June, which was a bit of a bummer.

Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor is coming back, which doesn’t make sense considering that he died.

And the movie is set in the 80s’ which means we’ll get cheesy 80s’ references, famous 80s’ songs, and who knows what other 80s’ nonsense that’ll distract from the movie just being a good Wonder Woman movie.

Honestly, I wish I could say I’m buzzing with excitement to see this film but honestly, I’m not. Yeah, I’m eager to see the teaser, whenever that’ll be. (Rumors are saying it’ll arrive in December alongside The Rise of Skywalker.) Yeah, I’m definitely going to go see it next year because why not? But I’m nowhere near as interested in the film as Black Widow, unfortunately.

Missed seeing the first official poster? Here it is. Continue reading I’m Sorry To Say It But I’m Not Excited for ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

The Five Kid-Friendliest ‘Star Wars’ Movies

When George Lucas created Star Wars he was making a fantasy epic for children and it just so happened to be one of the greatest movies ever made that resonated with people of all ages. As the years have gone by some of the Star Wars films have continued to cater mostly towards the younger people of the world while some of the franchise’s installments have been a little more frightening than others.

Today I’m listing the five kid-friendliest Star Wars movies. Enjoy! 🙂

5. Attack of the Clones

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Attack of the Clones definitely isn’t a dark film and easily one of the most kid-friendly in the Star Wars franchise. (Take it from me. My sister and I used to watch this movie every day as children.) The only thing that could provide caution for younger children are the scenes with Anakin and Padme gallivanting around Naboo and pledging secret love to each other on the planet of Geonosis. Besides that though there isn’t anything scarier in this movie than Anakin talking about sand. Actually, that’s pretty scary. (Lol.) Continue reading The Five Kid-Friendliest ‘Star Wars’ Movies