Vee is not the adventurous type... Her best friend Syd, however, can pretty much do anything---and does. When Syd suggests Vee do something wild and dangerous, Vee surprises her and does just that: she becomes a player in Nerve, a game where you complete dares for prizes. Seems easy enough—especially backed by her deliciously hot . . .
Another year means another batch of adaptations to either enchant or disappoint us all---or maybe just me. As it's only the first week of 2019, all the movies coming out this year haven't necessarily been announced; however, of those that have, here are some of the big book-to-film adaptations coming out this year that you may want to mark on . . .
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is not a movie I was expecting to love, but am so glad it turned out to be one of the best films of the year for me. Seriously. If I had to describe it in as few words as possible, I'd say this: visually stunning. The animation is incredible. I thought I'd be disappointed with an animated superhero flick, but I . . .
Malorie lives in an abandoned home with her two young children. They do not look outside—ever. Malorie’s children have never seen the outside world. Malorie hasn’t seen it herself in five years. Something is out there, something that, if seen, will make you go mad. Make you hurt those around you. Make you kill yourself. But Malorie wants more for . . .
Ever since my girlfriend and I met in college 4 years ago, we have had differing opinions on The Great Gatsby, both the novel and its adaptations. It was a never-ending source of amusement to those around us in our English classes and continues to be so for our friends who know us now. Because my girlfriend and I read ...
Black Panther been out since February 16, I know, but it's so good, and I need to talk about it, and I have been meaning to do so for over a week now, so shut up and read my opinions. So, real talk: I was not excited about this movie. In fact, I almost decided to skip the theatrical release and wait for DVD, even though Marvel movies usually . . .
Lena is a biologist and former soldier. She is married to Kane, also a soldier, and one that's been "missing" for a year, now, after setting out on a secret mission. Kane suddenly turns up, but he's not who he used to be. He acts like a subdued version of Kane, doesn't remember anything at all about his mission, and almost instantly . . .
It's Monday, again. You know what that means---another long week ahead. If you're a sci-fi/horror lover like me, then you might be a little tired today due to Netflix's awesome announcement last night during the Superbowl. I didn't really care about the Superbowl. I also didn't care about halftime, or the commercials. I did care about…
I, like many of you, did not want a Jumanji sequel. Not. At. All. When I heard it was in production, I scoffed and swore not to watch it because the original was a childhood favorite and I saw no point in a sequel. When the trailer came out, I still talked about how dumb it looked, though deep down I secretly wanted to go see it. Well, now that it's in theaters . . .
I grew up with the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man movies. 1 and 2 are great, while 3 is a horrible disappointment and embarrassment that somehow we all still love to watch just because it's so cringe-worthy -- we can all agree on that part, right? The Andrew Garfield Spider-Man movies came out not too long ago and I,…