Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Marvel’s best movie since The Winter Soldier and a strong contender for one of the best movies of 2017 so far. You won’t want to miss it

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The first standalone Star Wars movie that is separate from the main series has arrived in the form of, to give it its full title, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This stands aside (but not disconnected) from the rest of the series as Godzilla director Gareth Edwards gives us what is essentially the best prequel film yet. Edwards finds ..

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange

There are not enough risks taken in terms of the story to make it truly stand out from the wide selection of superhero movies out there already

The Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven

Ultimately, and unsurprisingly, it cannot quite top the greatness of both Akira Kurosawa and John Sturges

Blair Witch

Blair Witch

A reminder as to why camping alone in the woods is a bad move

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Directed by Zack Snyder Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (BvS) is being met with major skepticism and criticism, even before the actual film has been screened for anyone outside of Warner Bros.’ camp. Director Zack Snyder brought a fresh reinvention of Superman and his origins in Man of Steel. He took the framework of ..

Deadpool Movie

Deadpool Movie

Go see this in the theater now…and maybe two or three more times to catch all the easter eggs

MOCKINGJAY: PART 2 – THE WAR OF KATNISS AGGRESSION 

MOCKINGJAY: PART 2 – THE WAR OF KATNISS AGGRESSION 

By Man vs. Rock The Hunger Games is a franchise about finding heroism in the most unlikely of places.  Like the fantastic Twilight movies it’s based on, the Hunger Games is first and foremost about: -One brave person’s struggle against an unjust society determined to hold its citizens back … – A hero who was forced to find courage from within against overwhelming odds … – ..

A Racist Bond?  An Objective, Scholarly Review of Spectre.

A Racist Bond? An Objective, Scholarly Review of Spectre.

By Man vs. Rock The past decade hasn’t been kind to the James Bond franchise.  While the recent films starring Roger Moore-wannabe, Daniel Craig, have made about $17 trillion at the box office (source: Pyongyang Post), studio executives could care less about that.  Rather, the thing that’s most important to studios are the opinions of ..