The following article contains spoilers for previous Spider-Man films & Avengers: Infinity War.
I think Andrew Garfield is a very talented actor — I love many of his films — but when he played Peter Parker, he was never my Spider-Man. I grew up with Tobey Maguire’s performances as the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, and a part of me will always see him as ‘my Spider-Man’ — no matter what happens — but today I want to talk about why I think Tom Holland is already starting to take his place.
Continue reading “Great Responsibility: Tom Holland is Spider-Man – Special Features #22”
I used to write these New Year’s Speeches every year, and I really enjoyed doing so. I sort of stopped doing it last year, but I’ve tried to find a way to comment on all of the things that happened this year. I came up with this post, in which I want to talk about the entire year briefly. Film, television, and politics. Good and bad. Hope and dread. So if you don’t want anything political with your movie news, speculation, or discussion, then this isn’t the post for you. Continue reading “Goodbye 2016”
Today I’m revealing the first half of the 2016 nominations for this blog’s IJR Awards (I’m Jeffrey Rex Awards, but you probably already guessed that). The two legend awards (Film Legend and TV Legend) aren’t getting any nominees, instead I’ll reveal the winners, or honorees, in the eventual IJR Awards 2016 post.
Continue reading “IJR Awards 2016: Nominations Announced, Part One of Two”
Happy Turkey Day! Since the year is coming to an end – and it is already Thanksgiving – I thought I’d post a list of things from the world of film and television that I’m thankful for this year. Continue reading “16 Things Film and TV Fans Should Be Thankful For In 2016”
I love the Oscars. Sure, there’s almost always controversy. Sure, the Academy doesn’t always recognize my favorite films, but it’s always entertaining. To me, at the very least. But I just realized something. While the Marvel Cinematic Universe is on the top of pretty much every Hollywood actor’s wish list, somehow the franchise has never won an Oscar.
Continue reading “Marvel at the Oscars – Marvelous Monday #56”
MAJOR RELEASES’ OPENING WEEKEND PREDICTIONS:
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows – Paramount – June 3rd, 2016 – $50-60 million
- The Conjuring 2 – Warner Bros. – June 10th, 2016 – $35-45 million
- Warcraft – Universal – June 10th, 2016 – $25-30 million
- Finding Dory – Disney/Pixar – June 17th, 2016 – $110-120 million
- Independence Day: Resurgence – Fox – June 24th, 2016 – $75-80 million
Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – June 2016”
So, by now, you’ve all had a chance to see Captain America: Civil War. This gives me a chance to fully dive into spoilers in this post, so if you decided not to watch the film yet, you should probably check it out before reading this post. Today I ask myself if the Captain America-trilogy, which I call the The Man Out of Time-trilogy, is the best superhero trilogy of all-time. Continue reading “Is The Man out of Time-Trilogy the Best Superhero Trilogy of All-Time? – Marvelous Monday #51”