Shazam! Fury of the Gods isn’t quite as fun as its predecessor but the sequel is just entertaining enough to offer audiences a good time. If you don’t read any further in this review, please make sure to stay for the credits. There is a mid-credit scene and a post-credit scene. My main question is what do these scenes mean given the new leadership at DC Films and the future of the DC Universe (DCU).…"Shazam! Fury of the Gods Is Entertaining Enough"
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Paramount Home Entertainment has now given Chicago a Limited Edition Blu-ray SteelBook to mark the Oscar winner’s 20th anniversary. The new Blu-ray SteelBook also comes closer to the anniversary of the film’s wide release in early 2003. In addition to a digital copy, audiences get some three hours of legacy bonus content as detailed below. Chicago is quite the musical spectacle. I didn’t get an opportunity to see the film on the big screen. In…"Chicago Gets 20th Anniversary Limited Edition Blu-ray SteelBook"
Don Hall is back with the newest Disney adventure taking us into strange new worlds–sorry, no Star Trek here–in Strange World. I’m sorry but I couldn’t resist a Strange New Worlds comment. After all, this is the year of the strange on both the big screen and small. To anybody expecting to see Pike’s Peak aka Anson Mount, I’m sorry to disappoint you but this has nothing to do with that franchise. It’s nice to…"Strange World: A New Disney Adventure"
QT8: The First Eight is a feature-length documentary paying tribute to Oscar-nominated filmmaker and cinephile Quentin Tarantino. Everything started with Reservoir Dogs in 1992. After its midnight premiere during Cannes, history would forever change. This was the breakthrough. Michael Madsen shares some interesting insight into the film’s wardrobe especially with the all-black clothing. The film is told in three distinct chapters: The Revolution, Badass Women and Genre Play, and Justice. It’s a reminder of the…"QT8: The First Eight Honors Quentin Tarantino"
Set It Up may just be the film needed to get the romantic comedy genre going again with delightful performances from Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell that make the film so fun to watch. Aspiring sportswriter Harper (Zoey Deutch) and Charlie (Glen Powell) aren’t the typical assistants working in a New York City skyscraper. They don’t make enough money for the hours they work. It gets worse for the two because their bosses, investment banking executive…"Set It Up: You’re Set Up For A Good Time"