A petition has been set to convince Warner Bros. to release Scoob in theatres on June 19, (taking the place of Pixar's Soul), rather than straight-to-video-on-demand on May 15, as it's been announced days ago.
Just a few hours ago, I went to see Sonic the Hedgehog movie. The story is: After discovering the titular small, blue, fast hedgehog, a small-town police officer must help it defeat an evil genius named Dr. Robotnik who wants to do experiments on it.
After the delay this movie had, because the backlash surrounding the initial design of Sonic's appearence in the original trailer, to give the effects team more time to redesign the character, we finally got this movie.
It captures the spirit of the original Sega games, with straight-up action, improved visuals and brilliant performances from the cast, particularly Jim Carrey's performance as Dr. Robotnik.
This was much better than the Transformers movies, whereas if instead of focusing on the guy watching the Transformers, we focus on the Transformers, except in this case, it's Sonic going faster than ever.
Overall, I give Sonic The Hedgehog, a Thumbs Up! Go check it out!
See you at the movies.
I wanted to talk for a moment about the movie “Birds of Prey”. Yesterday it was announced that the movie was going to me listed as “Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey” on the websites of top theater chains like Regal Cinemas, Cinemark and AMC Theatres. This was done so moviegoers searching for “Harley Quinn” would see her in the title of the movie and not get confused.
I understand why this move was made, but I think it does a disservice to the movie. I’ve seen the movie, and it’s good. It should be doing better at the box office, in my opinion. However, (small spoilers ahead) while the story focuses on Harley Quinn for much of the movie, the movie is really about the formation of a group of heroes. Harley Quinn, for all her appeal, is a villain. I think it’s important to not downplay the good guys in this movie. I’m glad that Warner Bros. didn’t officially change the name of the movie, but I think the Theatres should keep the name ‘Birds of Prey’ also.
I also think it’s important for the full title, “Birds of Prey, and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” to appear on the Blue-Ray and DVD release, as well as the IMDB page, and so on.
That’s it for now. See you at the movies!
So, today, I'm abut the Oscars, this year. I'm gonna make this quick, because I'm pathetic and I got some work to do.
Half of the winners were reasonable, the others were just not so much in my opinion.
I'm not going to tell you, exactly, but I'll say this:
1917 deserves Best Picture more than Parasite. That's just me.
See you at the movies.
Birds of Prey (or the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) follows Harley Quinn, as she joins forces with the Huntress, Black Canary and Renee Montoya to save Cassandra Cain from Gotham City crime lord Black Mask.
The cast gives great performances, the action is fun and easy to follow, and the soundtrack is brilliant ,but the movie suffers a complicated script.
However, I still recommend checking out Birds of Prey. A must see.
P.S. #ReleaseTheSnyderCut #ReleaseTheAyerCut
Well, anyway, see you at the movies. And next time, I will talk about the Oscars, tomorrow night.
I just want to make the quick blog to tell you that I expect this to my last update on the making of my Kim Possible movie, and basically I am going to have to delay this project, which is very frustrating. I wish Hollywood would be more open to hiring young directors like myself.
I have written two full screenplays so far, but I have not been able to get anyone to look at them. I am hoping to make some more progress on my career soon, but I wish things would go faster.
I really would like to see fewer movies from people like Tarantino and Marvel, and more movies from new directors doing new projects and giving Hollywood more fresh material. I an hoping I can do this, but it's taking longer than I thought.
See you at the movies (hopefully)
Shot in one continous take, the Golden Globe-winning 1917 tells the story of two young British soldiers, during the First World War, as they are given an impossible mission: deliver a message deep in enemy territory that will stop 1,600 men, and one of the soldiers' brothers, from walking straight into a deadly trap.
Personally, I think that 1917 is the best film I've seen this year and my pick to win for the Best Picture Oscar, this year.
10 out of 10.
Speaking of the Oscars, I think this year's nominees in all the categories have been very reasonable, for sure. And I'm quite surprised that Joker has the most nominations. Well, that gives us something to look forward to.
Anyway, see you at the movies.
Here's my review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. I don't want to spoil anything, but I will tell you that the best Star Wars movie EVER! Go see it! 10 out of 10.
I am happy to announce that I am starting work on a new project. It will be called ‘On the Map.’ It will be a mockumentary on trying to make it in the movie business. Think Spinal Tap meets The Disaster Artist. More details to follow!
10. Hulk vs Loki - The Avengers (2012)
9. 67 takes of "I did not hit her" - The Disaster Artist (2017)
8. Happy Scrappy Hero Pup - Clerks (1994)
7. Step Off - School of Rock (2003)
6. The convenience store scene - Shazam! (2019)
5. Glued hat - Matilda (1996)
4. Death by cake explosion - Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)
3. Instant cassettes - Spaceballs (1987)
2. The traps - Home Alone (1990)
1. Censored Nudity - Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)