Jurassic World Dominion makes its arrival on home video with the Extended Edition included on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and Digital releases. The film is an epic thrill ride and satisfying conclusion to the arc that started almost 30 years ago with Jurassic Park. While there are no mid-credits or post-credits scene, it’s worth it to sit through the credits because of everyone who worked on this film. Not only that but Michael Giacchino calls back a…"Jurassic World Dominion Arrives on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD"
A skilled CIA operative discovers dark secrets by accident and finds a bounty on his head while assassins chase him in The Gray Man. If you’re expecting a film similar in tone to any of their Captain America or Avengers work, you can forget it. Even though they are playing in spy thriller territory, Chris Evans is playing as opposite of Captain America as he can get. The mustache here is a choice although should…"The Gray Man Asks Who Can You Trust"
Jurassic World Dominion is an epic thrill ride and satisfying conclusion to the arc that started almost 30 years ago with Jurassic Park. While there are no mid-credits or post-credits scene, it’s worth it to stay through the credits because of everyone who worked on this film. Not only that but Michael Giacchino calls back a number of cues over the years and not just the classic John Williams themes. Over the years, I’ve come…"Jurassic World Dominion Is An Epic Thrill Ride"
Universal Pictures has released the Jurassic World Dominion trailer four months to the date before the Colin Trevorrow film is released. After stepping away from the director’s chair for Fallen Kingdom, Trevorrow is back to helm the epic conclusion to the Jurassic era. A number of dinosaurs make their return but, as the late John Hammond says in the opening narration, life has found a way. Featured dinosaurs in the trailer include Parasaurolophus and Therizinosaurus.…"Jurassic World Dominion Trailer Makes Debut"
Old Henry is an action-Western that feels like it could fit in perfectly with the old-school Westerns of the Classic Hollywood era. A widowed farmer, Henry (Tim Blake Nelson) and his son, Wyatt (Gavin Lewis), allow a mysterious injured man, Curry (Scott Haze) to stay at their residence. Sure, it’s a bad idea in the Old West and they definitely don’t trust him. I mean, the guy is carrying a satchel of cash! Did he…"Old Henry Is An Old-School Western"
Venom has long been considered to be a villain in Spider-Man canon and this is why Venom doesn’t quite work as a stand-alone film. There are various aspects of the film that stay true to the comics. There are other aspects where the film does its own thing. True to fashion, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) was run out of the Daily Globe in New York. There’s no reference in the film to Peter Parker or Spider-Man…"Stand-alone Venom doesn’t work"