Wonder Woman actresses Gal Gadot is all set for Wonder Woman 1984. But she is also busy with some other projects as well. In this video, Nile Fortner discusses some of Gadot’s upcoming projects. Such as Gadot’s husband producing a Warner Bros. project on The Cuban missile crisis and Gadot in an upcoming action-comedy flick with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Logan Myerz reviews Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s now available in theaters.
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“Follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in 90s-era LA who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.”
Tom Hardy in 2018s ‘Venom’ – A Superhero Film in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time
by Nile Fortner
The Marvel comic book villain known as Venom first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man comics 30 years ago and now the villain a.k.a anti-hero hits the big screen in his very own movie. Audiences and fans haven’t seen the Venom character in a film since That ’70s Show actor Topher Grace portrayed him in Sam Raimi’s 2007s Spider-Man 3. Venom felt like an afterthought in Spider-Man 3, which left a sour taste in mind for some fans. I am a huge fan of the character Spider-Man and I’ve grown up with the character. Such as growing up with Sam Raimi’s trilogy and being an avid reader of the character in the comics to this day. I also grew up with superhero films like Ang Lee’s 2003 film Hulk and Halle Berry’s 2004 Catwoman. The 90s and early 2000s were a time when a large portion of superhero films used the popularity of a character to make a profit and they cared very little about the source material, comics, and even the fans. Tom Hardy in 2018s Venom feels like a superhero movie from the early 2000s and it’s a superhero film in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Logan Myerz reviews the cult classic slasher flick from 1983, Sleepaway Camp.
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“Angela Baker, a traumatized and very shy young girl, is sent to summer camp with her cousin. Shortly after her arrival, anyone with sinister or less than honorable intentions gets their comeuppance.”
Logan Myerz reviews the 2nd season of the Netflix show, Ozark starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney.
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by Old King Clancy
Movies like Slice are part of a genre that I’m now trade-marking as “Kitchen Sink Movies,” films like Detention and Freaks Of Nature that take wildly outlandish concepts, throw the kitchen sink at the screen, and pray to god that it’s entertaining because it’s sure as hell not gonna make any sense. It’s a difficult genre to pull off since you run the risk of going too far and blurring out any attempt at story, or you don’t go far enough and your wild concept just feels flimsy and unfocused. In the case of Slice, it unfortunately suffers from the latter issue.
Take a Bite Out of ‘Today’s Special’!
by Nile Fortner
The 2009 independent comedy film Today’s Special comes from fairy tale and folklore director David Kaplan and the film is an adaptation from the Off-Broadway play. Taking place mostly in an Indian restaurant, a young Manhattan chef played by Aasif Mandvi (The Internship and Spider-Man 2) rediscovers his passion for life by making Indian food. The film mostly has a Bollywood cast and has been played at the Mumbai Indian Film Festival and the Palm Springs International Film Festival where it won the “Best of the Fest” award.