Review – What A Woman! (“Wonder Woman”)

Finally! From her brief appearance in Batman v Superman last year, many a fanboy have been jonesing for a stand-alone Wonder Woman film, given the history of this DC comic book throughout the years. Did you know there almost a Wonder Woman TV series back in 2011 by David E. Kelley? True. But I digress……

Review – Water Pollution (“Baywatch”)

Bouncing boobies, beautiful buns, and the beckoning beach were the hallmarks of one of the dumbest TV shows that ran from 1989-2001, and starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson. A bunch of impossibly good-looking lifeguards (usually running in slo-mo) that each week saved lives, joked around, and had goofy adventures. Y’know, like in real life!…

Review – Aliens and Androids and Action, Oh My! (“Alien: Covenant”)

With this sequel to 2012’s Prometheus (which was a prequel, BTW), we continue director/writer Ridley Scott’s vision of other worlds, alien humanoids called Engineers that, according to the last movie, made us from their DNA and, of course, those nearly unstoppable bio-mechanical xenomorph alien creatures. Buckle up! * When last we left Prometheus, the pissed-off,…

Review – Now That’s A Knife! (“King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”)

Guy Ritchie. You know him for his wickedly fast-paced films like Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, and the two commercially successful Sherlock Holmes films with Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law. Now he applies his patented whiz-bang camera work,  back- tracking storyline, and rat-a-tat dialogue to the classic Arthurian legend. * *  It’s tough being…

Review – Even Liam Neeson wouldn’t help them! (“Snatched”)

Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn together? Who’s brilliant idea was that? From Schumer’s raunchy Comedy Central hit show Inside Amy Schumer to the outrageous 70’s TV show, Laugh-In, that launched Hawn’s career into the stratosphere, both women know comedy. So what went so terribly wrong? * * Amy Schumer plays Emily Middleton, a scatter-brained girl…

Review – Daddy Issues (“Guardians of the Galaxy-Vol. 2”)

The surprise hit of 2014, this lesser-known Marvel comic book exploded on the screen with it’s over-the-top comedic story of human Peter Quill, abducted from Earth as a child, who now leads a rag-tag bunch of miscreants around the galaxy saving it from God knows what. And all this with a rockin’ 80’s musical score!…