Movies

Top 10 Movies

Domestic Box Office (Estimates) For the Weekend of July 12 2019:
1. Spider-Man: Far from Home / $45,300,000
2. Toy Story 4 / $20,665,000
3. Crawl / $12,000,000
4. Stuber / $8,043,000
5. Yesterday / $6,750,000
6. Aladdin / $5,873,000
7. Annabelle Comes Home / $5,550,000
8. Midsommar / $3,551,571
9. The Secret Life of Pets 2 / $3,100,000
10. Men in Black International / $2,215,000
According to Comscore.

According to Comscore.

Movie Trailers

Super spy Lance Sterling (Will Smith) and scientist Walter Beckett (Tom Holland) are almost exact opposites. But when Lance gets turned into a pigeon, the two suddenly have to rely on each other in a whole new way in Spies in Disguise.

In Jumanji: The Next Level, the gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to Jumanji to rescue one of their own, they discover that nothing is as they expect. The players will have to brave parts unknown and unexplored, from the arid deserts to the snowy mountains, in order to escape.

Movie Reviews

TOY STORY 4

Except for that rather frightening burning furnace scene near the end, Toy Story 3 wrapped up everything nicely. The toys had successfully been moved to Bonnie’s home, Buzz and Jessie started a new romance and everyone was happy. But one character was missing: Bo Peep. In Toy Story 4, we not only learn what happened to the porcelain lamp figurine, but we get re-introduced to the character in her triumphant return to the screen. Read more>>>

Emma Thompson and Chris Hemsworth

MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL

The sci-fi/cop/comedy franchise known as Men in Black has always traveled a wavy road. The original which came out in 1997 and starred Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith got huge accolades despite that it included a lot of gross or disturbing physical gags. When the second chapter arrived in 2002, the gross humor got worse and so did the reviews. However, the franchise was able to redeem itself (mostly) for Men in Black 3 ten years later. Fast forward seven more years and we have a new story with new characters and locales. Read More>>>

DARK PHOENIX

For some, Dark Phoenix will be a disappointment, but I actually enjoyed it. I suppose it’s because I didn’t walk into the theater with high expectations. Assume the worst but hope for the best. That’s not to say that the film doesn’t have its flaws, it does, but unlike how some have described the film, it’s not a train wreck. And if comparisons are important, this film is w-a-y better than Fox’s last attempt at showing Jean Grey’s dark side, aka, The Last Stand in 2006. Read More>>>

ALADDIN

One of the best things about Disney reimagining their great animated movies into live action films is seeing how each of the writers and directors put their unique spin on the stories. It’s got to be a scary thing to try to reproduce a Disney classic in a new, fresh way that fans will accept. Sometimes it’s done well, like in the case of Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella and Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book where the story is essentially the same but there are enough changes to make them stand out on their own. Read More>>>

Coming Soon to DVD and Blu-Ray

AVAILABLE AUGUST 6, 2019
The first-ever live-action Pokémon movie, Pokémon Detective Pikachu stars Ryan Reynolds as the titular character in the first-ever live-action movie based on the iconic face of the global Pokémon brand—one of the world’s most popular, multi-generation entertainment properties and most successful media franchises of all time.

AVAILABLE AUGUST 13, 2019
From the very first Iron-Man film to the recent Captain Marvel, each of the 22 films related to each other and now we’re coming to an end of an era. Oh sure, there’s still plenty of Marvel stories to be told, but this is the last one to feature a cameo of Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee and one of the few that doesn’t feature an extra scene at the end of the credits. Read My Review>>>

More Movie Reviews

Aladdin / Avengers: Endgame /

Dark Phoenix / Dumbo /

Men in Black: International /

Poms /

Toy Story 4 /

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