Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad Directed by David Ayer Written by David Ayer This is a film that honestly should not have been made yet.  People will argue that point due to their drooling over Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn (yes I liked those scenes also).  I can easily say this film is a direct result of Guardians of the Galaxy’s success.  Yet this film suffers from the easy storyline of destroying New York.  I for one and sick and tired of watching film after film with a plot line of destroying New York (aka the world according to Hollywood).  Teenage Mutant … Continue reading

Captain America: Civil War

Captain America Civil War Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo Written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely Sometimes a twist can be a nice surprise, and sometimes a twist can be a diversion from what was already a good plot as it was. Civil War sets up from the beginning to the end credits the three way fight you are left with.  Iron Man versus Winter Soldier versus Captain America.  Division over changes in the recently executed law pit Captain America against Tony Stark, and when his old buddy turned weapon for Hydra must be found alliances are made and … Continue reading

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Directed by Zack Synder Written by Chris Terrio and David S. Goyer As early as I can remember, Superman has always been my favorite superhero.  I grew up with Christopher Reeve’s movies and accepted the TV versions of Dean Cain and Tom Welling.  Brandon Routh was forgettable, but Henry Cavill gave hope with the first film, and honestly I think having Jor El played by Russel Crowe gave that film much needed weight.  In Batman versus Superman, it is clearly Ben Affleck’s movie.  If you haven’t seen Henry Cavill in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. … Continue reading