Love, Antosha Review ‘Love, Antosha’ is a heartfelt eulogy for a talent taken way before his time. When the young actor Anton Yelchin passed away tragically on June 19, 2016, he left behind a healthy catalog of work and millions of adoring fans, friends, and family. He also left behind hours of home movie footage […]
‘Dark Phoenix’ Puts The Emphasis On The Dark
Dark Phoenix takes the X-Men franchise to darker places, but as the rumored final X-Men movie as we know it, it doesn’t end the series on a high note.
The AWFJ 2018 Film Award Winners Spice Things Up, Honor Women
The AWFJ celebrates the best in film for 2018 but also awards the best women in entertainment, specifically. And they have awards for what we’re all thinking, too.
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Delivers Superhero Action Audiences Crave, And Little Else
For fans of superhero movies, X-Men Apocalypse will deliver, with plenty of FX, mutant fighting, and a strong storyline.
Film Review: ‘X-Men: First Class’
There are two plotlines going on in X-Men: First Class and while they bridge together briefly, in the end, the stronger of the two, that of the discovery of mutant’s, is far more interesting than stopping a nuclear war.