BATMAN & HARLEY QUINN REVIEW

It’s the summer of 2017 and DC/Warner Bros. has fleshed out three animated movies. Justice League: Dark & Teen Titans: Judas Contract, the latter of which was fairly okay. Now Batman and Harley Quinn is out and it’s every bit as bad as the trailer suggested it to be. The movie looks lazy and it’s…

A PAT ON GAL’S BACK : WONDER WOMAN REVIEW.

Like with Michael Keaton, Heath Ledger and Ben Affleck before, eyebrows were raised (including mine) when it was revealed Gal Gadot would be playing Wonder Woman in her on-screen film debut alongside fellow DC veterans Batman and Superman. Batman and Superman between them have more than five appearances from the 90’s till now. Batman himself…

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2 REVIEW

Guardians of the Galaxy has always come off as one of Marvel’s more obscure cinematic ventures and even after the first movie, it still had that vibe but a very positive one. It had just the right amount of fun, drama, heart and a strong plot to make critics and all age groups come to…

17 RECOMMENDED DC ANIMATED MOVIES OF ALL TIME

It’s been ten years since Warner Bros. Animation premiered the DC animated universe with Superman Doomsday in 2007. However, years before that there were other projects that were dished out alongside critically acclaimed series like the Justice League, Emmy award-winning Batman the animated series, Young Justice (finally renewed!!) and so on. With this year we…

IT MIGHT TAKE 17 YEARS TO FIND A BETTER WOLVERINE: “LOGAN” REVIEW

Just brilliant. Just incredible. I’m still in awe of LOGAN some four hours after the credits rolled. Hugh Jackman’s final outing as the adamantium, raging mutant has finally come to an end after 17 long years of wonderful service to the character. It’s still difficult to believe this is really the last time we’ll see…

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE REVIEW

The LEGO Batman movie is one not just fans but kids, adults, casual movie goers and even Marvel fans can enjoy.

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE WORST OF THE WORST: WHAT MAKES A GOOD VILLAIN? 

What really is a good villain? Well for starters an oxymoron. Okay but really over the years in film there’s been several pretenders and lacklustre performances that the difference between a great villain and a mediocre one are almost becoming non-existent. One example of this is Tom Hiddlestone’s Loki in the MCU. An unpopular opinion…

JOKE’S ON YOU DC: THE KILLING JOKE REVIEW

Like I said before I wasn’t of the notion that the comic was filled with misogyny but with the way the movie needlessly portrayed Barbara this time, I can’t help but feel it was a terrible and unwise judgement from DC.