Zombieland: Double Tap has a great beginning as the Columbia Pictures Icon woman battles the zombies with her torch. From there except for a fun filled performance by Zoey Deutch it is not much more than a road trip around the country killing zombies. Woody Harrelson yells and Abigail Breslin falls in love for the […]
This animated Adams Family adventure attempts to weave a story of acceptance of folks that are different. A little sweet at times and some good one liners that are aimed at adults in the audience. Beyond that nothings new.
Joker is a dark, brooding and edgy. It is not the Joker we have known that challenges Bruce Wayne (Batman) he comes before Bruce grows out of childhood. The story takes place in what is suppose to be the 80s in Gotham (NYC) which is experiencing a garbage strike that adds to the dirt and […]
Anyone who hasn’t seen the first film It: Chapter One based on Stephen King’s novel, are going to be somewhat lost in this three hour marathon of a sequel. Chapter Two is long, confusing and feels like a film made just for some fast money. It’s OK, but has no long-term redeemable value in my […]
In some ways the toy characters in Toy Story 4 are suffering from the empty nest syndrome. The end of the story revolving around Andy ended at the finish of part 3. Now little sister Molly is willing to send almost all of the toys off to new homes. A new owner is Bonnie a […]