Blast From The Past: Batman Returns (1992)

Before Christopher Nolan all but completed the Batman franchise with his reimagining of the legendary comic book figure, there was the gothic interpretation, with Tim Burton directing and Michael Keaton returning as the Caped Crusader, after the 1989 Batman film. One of my local cinemas occasionally puts on films of yesteryear, usually cult classics, so... Continue Reading →

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Wonder Woman (2017)

As DC tries to combat the ever-expanding Marvel Universe, they have begun by building towards the Justice League film. In the meantime, we are treated to their standalone backstories. Wonder Woman is the latest film to get the treatment with Gal Gadot returning as the legendary Amazonian. What I have recently disliked about the comic... Continue Reading →

Logan (2017)

Wolverine has been the character from the X-Men to receive the most action, from his early days in X-Men to his own trio of spinoffs and of course Hugh Jackman returns to the character we are all so familiar with. However Logan takes on a different task, as it is seemingly set in a not... Continue Reading →

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

As most Marvel films open with a little bit of opening sequence relevant to the film, for Thor: The Dark World, it opens with a battle between the Asgardians and the Dark Elves that happened eons ago. The Dark Elves, led by Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) plan to cast the universe into darkness using a weapon... Continue Reading →

Chronicle (2012)

The film being at a whopping 80 minutes, it's hard not to think "I may as well give it a watch". This is what happened and after hearing good things about the film from various people intrigued me more. It being on demand for my convenience too also helps things. Chronicle begins with Andrew Detmer... Continue Reading →

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