The first female Marvel hero to get a movie of her own finally arrives.
I love going to the movies but life keeps me so busy that the vast majority of movies I see are with my kids, leaving me with the difficult task of carving out late nights or some other time to watch more grown-up titles and Red Sparrow. Still, thanks to streaming services, long plane rides, and AMC A-List, I managed to see a whopping 51 movies in 2018! It’s nothing compared to Watson, but at nearly one a week, I’m happy about that.
The Geeks look back at their predictions and see what pleased them and what did not.
And now, a new reoccurring column here at Gabbing Geek, looking into the weird movies loved by the ardent few. First up, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.
Friendly aliens visit the Earth, a global phenomenon made personal through the eyes of everyman Richard Dreyfuss.
It’s that pop culture smorgasbord from Steven Spielberg and Ernie Cline.
Ready Player One purports to be a work celebrating pop culture. In many ways, it does a poor job of it.
Ernie Cline’s seminal Geek classic comes to the big screen courtesy of Steven Spielberg. How would the film adaption stand up against the beloved novel?
A world where anyone can see what they want to see is the premise of this Insight Comics story.
YouTube essayist Lindsay Ellis re-evaluates Twilight, or more accurately, Twilight Hate.