Atomic Blonde Review (2017)

One of Britain’s top spies, Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron), the titular Atomic Blonde, is a seductive, sultry and totally ruthless killing machine. When a list of MI6 spies active in the Soviet Union gets stolen by a KGB agent, only Broughton has the particular set of skills required to retrieve the microfilm containing the list.…

Wonder Woman Review (2017)

Warner Brothers hasn’t been having much luck with the launch of its DC Expanded Universe (DCEU). While Man of Steel, Batman V Superman and Suicide Squad have been profitable, the movies haven’t really had much love from critics or the mainstream audience. With complaints of being too dour or lifeless, more style than substance, it…

Logan Review (2017)

Rated R (for extreme violence, language and brief nudity) Ever since Hugh Jackman hit the big time as Wolverine in 2000’s X-Men he has become inseparable from the character. In fact one could say that the success of his depiction helped launch the entire comic book movie craze we see today. Now, 17 years and…

Doctor Strange Review (2016)

Rated PG-13 (for violence and action) The juggernaut that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a money making machine that doesn’t look like it has an end in sight. Initially starting with movies that had a more earthly, “grounded” focus (Iron Man, Captain America) then introducing audiences to the more cosmic side of things with…