In Hollywood, men have been in the driver’s seat when it comes to directing and producing. But the success of “Wonder Woman” could change everything.
“Mystery Science Theater 3000,” the show about riffing on bad movies, is back in spectacular kick-ass fashion, straight out of its record-breaking Kickstarter campaign and streaming on Netflix.
The film will be historic, as it is the first major superhero film to have a black actor in the lead role and a majority African-American supporting cast.
For this generation, Wonder Woman represents the strength of those marginalized in society. Why did one of the world’s most iconic female superheroes received less promotion?
Finally, a Spider-Man movie faithful to Stan Lee and Steve Ditko’s original creation: an awkward kid, crawling his way through high school (who happens to have super powers).
A major problem in this new live-action version? It’s constantly trying to remind us of the original.
“Kong: Skull Island” is a welcome addition to the Kong mythos that takes things in a very unique direction.
One day an 11-year-old girl with abilities similar to Logan’s shows up, along with a small army of gun-toting bad guys who are trying to capture and kill her, and from here our story kicks off.
Last year was quite an eventful year for entertainment and 2016’s movies are the ultimate example of that. The films ultimately reflected the changes our world has gone through, hitting hard topics and bringing their own artistic twists to make them stand out. From women’s equality — in films such as “Ghostbusters” and “Hidden Figures” […]
This year’s collection of Oscar-nominated short films is a great reminder of what the power of film can truly hold, even in its shortest format.