Last week’s column looked back at the best movies of the year, and this week it’s time to look ahead to the films that will be competing for your attention in 2015.
Along with sequels to some of the most successful franchises in Hollywood history, this year’s slate of films also includes some high-profile reboots, compelling original films, and intriguing indie projects… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Geekiest 2015 Movies We're Anticipating the Most
Movies are one of America’s biggest exports. If you look at the 2014 box office totals for most foreign countries, you’re bound to find the “top 10″ really doesn’t look all that different from a list of the most popular American movies. Most countries’ lists are stacked with movies like Transformers: Age of Extinction, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, How to Train Your Dragon
Maybe we should just let Marvel Studios run the country? Ditch our current government and just live in a world where wars are fought with casting announcements and release dates? Until that eventual day, we’ll look back at 2014 as the most important year for Marvel Studios since it exploded onto the scene in 2008. What were the most shocking moments? Glad I… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Marvel's Most Shocking Moments of 2014
Call me crazy, but I think A Most Violent Year is the most underrated movie of 2014. That may sound absurd, given that it’s one of the most talked-about titles right now for Oscar buzz, has already received many nominations for Golden Globes, Independent Spirit Awards and more and was named best fllm of the year by the National Board of Review. But it has… Continue reading The Best of 2014: What's the Most Underrated Movie of the Year?