John’s Review of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever After

It feels weird to be back writing another superhero movie review already. It's been a couple of weeks, right? Black Adam and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever are very different superhero movies. Black Adam is the vanity project of the world's baldest man. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is a tribute to a great actor who should … Continue reading John’s Review of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever After

John’s Review of Taika Waititi’s Potentially Nonsensical Thor 4

Despite working at a summer camp with limited access to the internet, I yet again managed to spoil the ending of this movie for myself. But some people are smart and don’t do that. So, as always, I will clearly mark when I start spoiling the movie. Thor: Love and Thunder stars Christopher Hemsworth, Natalie … Continue reading John’s Review of Taika Waititi’s Potentially Nonsensical Thor 4

Ruddtrospective #22: Sixty Percent of the Time…

Full spoilers for the movie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy as well as the sequel, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Even though I'm pretty sure everyone has seen this movie. It's a beloved classic. But spoilers for this movie that came out 18 years ago. And spoilers for the sequel, which is essentially just … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #22: Sixty Percent of the Time…

John’s Review of Doctor Strange’s Fun Time Multiverse Adventure

Just like with No Way Home, I managed to spoil like 90% of this before I saw it. But for those of you who didn't and have been avoiding the incredibly spoilery promotional material, I will be sure to mark when I dip into spoilers. I know I said in my last post that I … Continue reading John’s Review of Doctor Strange’s Fun Time Multiverse Adventure

John’s Review of Everything Everywhere All at Once and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

I will clearly mark when I begin to spoil both of these movies with very long titles, because I think these should both be seen. One in particular, because I think both of these movies tackle similar themes, and one does a much better job of it. But they're both fun to watch, so I … Continue reading John’s Review of Everything Everywhere All at Once and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

Ruddtrospective #21: The Best Paul Rudd Movie?

Spoilers for Ideal Home, which might be the best Paul Rudd movie I've watched so far. You really should watch this before reading the review. I think it's great. Ideal Home(2018) stars Paul Rudd, Steve Coogan, Jack Gore, and Jake McDorman. It also features Kate Walsh and Allison Pill. It was directed and written by … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #21: The Best Paul Rudd Movie?

Ruddtrospective #20: Happy 53rd Birthday, Paul!!!

Full spoilers for Gen-Y Cops, which is one of the most unintentionally(I assume) hilarious movies that I've ever seen. Gen-Y Cops(2000), also known as Gen-X Cops 2: Metal Mayhem, stars Edison Chen, Stephen Fung, Sam Lee, Richard Sun, Christy Chung, Maggie Q, Mark Hicks, and Paul Rudd. It was directed by Benny Chan, and written … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #20: Happy 53rd Birthday, Paul!!!

It’s Time To Review Morbius!

No spoilers for the movie Morbius will be covered in this post. No purposeful spoilers, at least. I want people to experience this without knowing anything going in.Morbius(2022) stars Jared Leto, Adria Arjona, Michael Keaton, Matt Smith, Jared Harris, and Tyrese Gibson. It was directed by Daniel Espinosa, and the screenplay was written by Matt … Continue reading It’s Time To Review Morbius!