The 2018 Oscar® Nominations were announced at Ungodly O’clock this morning and there were a few surprises. More than a few, actually – but some really big ones. Here is the list of nominations with my thoughts included:
On this episode, the GeekScholars host a spoiler-free discussion and review of Logan, Hugh Jackman’s last outing as rapidly-healing mutant with claws who finds himself on the run with an aging Professor X (Patrick Stewart) to protect a young mysterious girl that may have ties to Logan’s past. What to Watch This Weekend is a weekly podcast […]
Logan is the long awaited/eagerly anticipated R-rated Wolverine movie and it lives up the hopes of Wolverine fans in spades.
I hate this silly and juvenile idea people have that somehow giving something an R Rating will automatically make a movie better, or the only reason a film sucked was because it was PG or PG-13 instead of R. This has been one of the ongoing complaints from fans of Wolverine for years. Logan is […]
For the first time, Canadian viewers of the Super Bowl did not have to suffer through the less inspired local commercials that are edited into the game up here in the Cold White North (-9 Fahrenheit). But most of my favorite ads were for upcoming movies and television shows and there were some corkers.
It takes less than half the new trailer (in either green or red band) for us to learn that the little girl that old man Logan and the aged Professor X are protecting is a very familiar character at a very young age – and that they might just protecting others from her, as well. Note […]
Lots of sequel and prequel news on this week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News, as the hosts discuss the first footage released for Logan, and Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, along with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory prequel news, Mary Poppins Returns casting, who the villain of the next Spider-Man film should be, and even a quick review of the new Doctor Strange theme.
I just stumbled across the first trailer for Logan (for some reason, 20th Century Fox is the only major studio that won’t put me on their critics’ list). Set to the strains of Johnny Cash’s take on NIN’s Hurt, this is a future Logan – a mutant who has gotten old in a world where […]