Yes, the movie is well over a year old, but I finally got around to watchng this craptastic CBM, and I was flabbergasted by just how bad it really is. CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS.
"A king has his reign, and then he dies". Does Prometheus live up to the hype? Does Ridley Scott still have it? I try to keep my review relatively spoiler free as I look into the newest film from one of the masters of Sci-Fi.
Given the state of the CBM now, if done right, a TMNT movie could be very timely and perfect... Sadly we won't see it.
A trend I've been noticing this past few months here on CBM is the coverage of several non-comic book related movies, or movies that have a tenuous at-best comic book connection. Can we cool it and focus on what makes this site great?
A bit late, but Jamedog tosses his two cents in on the latest cinematic adventure of the Spirit of Vengeance. Was it better than the first? Worse? Or more or less the same?
Yes, it's been debated to death already. But Jamedog had to come out of Editorial retirement to throw his hat into the ring.
Fanboys have been livid over leaked pics that basically are just snippets of something much bigger. We should wait until we get more information before we judge this movie.
These past few weeks have been big for comic book movies, so instead of just doing an editorial for each one, I'm just going to cram all my thoughts into one.
As the final piece to fall in place before The Avengers, did Cap deliver on the goods or was it just a massive disappointment?
Does the third entry in Michael Bay's Transformers series deliver the action and excitement or is it just another convoluted mess like the second film?
DC bet it all on Green Lantern, and it looks like things won't pay off. Will fans have to wait even longer to see their favorite DC characters on the big screen?
Were all the negative reviews right about this movie or are fans overreacting to what is simply a by the number superhero flick?
To say that Heath Ledger's Joker is a tough act to follow is an understatement. Can Tom Hardy's Bane become one of the most talked about villains of the series or will he be trapped forever in the shadow of the previous movie?
Does the latest from J.J. Abrams deliver on all the hype or is it only a pale imitation of the works of the mighty Spielberg?
The relaunch of DC comics has fans talking. Will this usher in a new era for the classic publisher or just further muddle up their already confusing continuity?
X-Men: First Class has been called one of the best movies of the summer and the best of the X-Men series, but some fans just can't let go of changes in continuity and to the source material and enjoy the movie.
X-Men: First Class started off as the prequel nobody asked for, but now is being heralded as the best in the series. After seeing the movie at midnight, did I agree with all the good word of mouth?
Ten years ago, the Spider-Man movie was one of the most hotly anticipated CBM's of all time. Next summer, a reboot will hit theaters, but will lack of interest kill it?
With all the favorable reviews out, does Thor live up to the hype?
In the fallout of the recent casting announcement, are the high expectations fans setting hurting the movie?
Fans are always quick to crucify a comic book movie when they hear of the slightest change to the source material. But sometimes the changes aren't always a bad thing and can work to the benefit of the movie.
With four very high profile comic book movies hitting theaters in the coming months, which ones will be the winners and which ones will be the losers?
After many requests, I present my running diary for the 1997 masterpiece, Steel!
I, Jamedog, recently had the horrendous experience of sitting in at a recent Warner Brothers studio meeting discussing the future of DC movies. The following conversation may shock you.
Sucker Punch is a movie that had all the potential to be something special. At it's heart is a good idea but it fell flat in the execution.