The Fox era of X-Men comes to an end by retelling the most famous story in the team’s history.
The MCU didn’t want to lead the way with a Black Widow movie starring Scarlet Johansson, so Fox is rolling out an even bigger
Jennifer Lawrence is a Russian spy trained in the art of seduction in this espionage thriller.
Tom goes to the movies and writes reviews for this site. What did he really love this past year, and what stunk to the highest heaven imaginable?
Darren Aronofsky’s allegory, the movie that divided audiences and critics, reviewed.
The movie Passengers came out last week to mixed audience reactions and tepid critical response–neither good signs for highly bankable movie stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt. A few of the Geeks saw the film and had a chatroom discussion. Because the movie can’t really be discussed without spoilers, not only am I giving you a GIANT SPOILER WARNING RIGHT HERE but after the break I’m also going to describe the plot for anyone who doesn’t want to see the movie but wants in on the chat. Ready to proceed? Okay.
A, perhaps surprisingly, controversial sci-fi film has divided the Gabbing Geek staff. Here are Tom’s thoughts.
The first trailer for PraLaw’s (Jimmy, stop trying to make that a “thing”) sci-fi Passengers is here!
Jimmy no like X-Men: Apocalypse. Jimmy listen to Geeks praise X-Men: Apocalypse. Jimmy lists why they wrong. Jimmy also warns of spoilers. Jimmy no want to ruin movie for anybody.
We’ll probably have plenty to say about this movie on the podcast this week, but in the meantime, how about a quick, SPOILER-FREE review?