The Russo Brothers were right to keep us in the dark about the Avengers 4 title. The lying and the trolling was worth it.
David Gordon Green and Danny McBride talked at length leading up to Halloween about their decision to erase all of the previous sequels out of canon. But did they ever think for a minute about how the franchise actually got to the point that this move was necessary? It wasn’t because things got too “convoluted” or that there…
Seriously, what’s the point?
The Nun isn’t a disaster, but it’s quite obviously a major stumble for the Conjuring universe.
Every time I watch Infinity War, I find these 17 things to be mildly annoying, although the rest of the film quickly makes me forget about them until the next rewatch.
It has been days since I saw Mission: Impossible – Fallout, but I haven’t stopped thinking about this scene for a single second.
Unfriended: Dark Web is no V/H/S 2.
For the fourth time in a row, a Purge movie has fallen severely short of its potential.
There’s a scene in the movie that is clearly intended to get a big audience reaction, but from my experience, it didn’t. Why not?
The ending of Avengers: Infinity War is nothing short of jaw-dropping.