I recently re-watched Ralph Bakshi's The Lord of the Rings (and mean really recently – like 10 minutes ago) and as I sat blinking at my screen as the credits rolled I thought to myself…was that good? Seriously, I’m not sure. Is Bakshi's 1978 adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings brilliant
I saw Logan a week ago and if I were a good blogger/critic I would have immediately wrote up my thoughts and threw them out there for the world to see with a clickbait-able title and some snarky and/or gushing praise and let the sweet, sweet page views roll in. Unfortunately I’m not that kind
The long awaited Ant-Man movie was released in theaters this past weekend and film-goers worldwide stood up and said enthusiastically, "Hey, that wasn't as bad as we thought it was going to be." And actually it was quite good. Very good if you consider the difficulties in getting this thing made in the first place.
When Marvel announced it was going to do an Ant-Man movie my reaction was...meh. Ant-Man has never been my favorite character (and to my knowledge has never been anyone's favorite character) so the prospect of a film based on him do not really appeal to me. Then director Edgar Wright publicly left the project making