Top 10 Most Anticipated Films Of 2016
As 2015 comes to a close, it’s time to start looking forward to 2016’s film slate. While there will surely be surprises and many “to be announced” films, these are the 10 that have piqued my interest the most so far. So, without further adieu… Continue reading
“Dragon Blade” is an embarrassing big budget production. Continue reading
The seventh series is sure to please “Doc Martin” fans. Continue reading
We all know 2015 was a strong year for television (evidence here: https://dvdcorner.net/2015/12/19/the-best-and-worst-tv-showsweb-series-of-2015/), but it wasn’t quite so memorable for cinema. While there were plenty of good films, there were just as many mediocre or awful films. What is most disappointing about 2015’s crop of films is that there were very few GREAT films. In fact, aside from my top 3, none of these films hold a candle to 2014’s strong offerings.
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“Call The Midwife” is watchable, but overhyped. Continue reading
2015 was largely an underwhelming year for cinema (that best/worst list will be coming soon), but it was a good year for TV and web series. As per usual, cable and various other platforms (like Netflix) had the best series while the networks were generally a wasteland of tedious dreck. For the most part, I managed to avoid a lot of the “worst” series of the year so that list is fairly small this time around. Anyway, enough of my chatter, on with the list! Continue reading
“Family Guy” is running on fumes in its thirteenth season. Continue reading
As someone who deeply loves the “Star Wars” saga (they are my favorite cinematic offerings), tonight feels like Christmas Eve as “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” premieres tomorrow (December 17, 2015) with early shows followed by a full wide release on Friday December 18, 2015. I don’t have to tell you that this will be an exciting release. Not only are we about to see the rebirth of the beloved franchise for presumably many years to come, but we are also seeing a genuine cinematic event. There aren’t many films that are a cultural phenomenon, but a new “Star Wars” film is just that. From the iconic characters to the fully realized universe, the “Star Wars” saga captures our collective imagination and provides a seemingly endless supply of joy and entertainment to people of all ages. Whether or not “The Force Awakens” will be as revered as the original trilogy remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure, I and many, many others will be gleefully going to the theaters to be transported to a galaxy far, far away once again.