Archive for the Fantasy Category

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY

Kurt Russell is one of my favorite actors of all time. He’s the kind of actor who oozes charm, charisma, and suaveness, making the ladies swoon and the guys jealous. Have you ever seen his audition footage for Han Solo back in the 70’s, though? Well, it’s […]

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AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

The Avengers was a film that really shouldn’t have worked, but much to everybody’s surprise, it did. Joss Whedon masterfully handled the first superhero team-up ever witnessed onscreen. Not only did it successfully cap off Phase One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but it also told its own story about a group of […]

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THE SHAPE OF WATER

For me to be a fan of a director, they don’t have to consistently put out great, or even good films. Probably the biggest thing I love most about watching a film is seeing a director’s vision come to life in the most creative way possible. Guillermo […]

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STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII: THE LAST JEDI

When talking about movies, I sometimes get the question, “Hunter, do you like Star Wars?” Well, that’s a pretty easy answer. I like good movies, and some of the Star Wars movies are good, and some of them not so much. I genuinely love A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, which […]

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THE DARK TOWER

It’s finally here, folks. The long awaited adaptation to Stephen King’s self-proclaimed magnum opus, The Dark Tower… a book series that I’ve never read. I’ve actually never read any Stephen King novel before. I’ve seen quite a few films based off his works, however. Did you know he directed a film once? It’s called Maximum […]

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KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD

Hollywood is no stranger to pumping out endless iterations of iconic heroes. Robin Hood (2010), The Lone Ranger (2013), The Legend of Tarzan. All of these films feel like they follow the exact same formula: being a bold and gritty retelling of the classic tale in an […]

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FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

Nothing can ever just be left alone anymore. Once the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 released in 2011, we all thought the franchise would be laid to rest. Not on J.K. Rowling’s watch. After her attempts at writing more mature fiction yielded lukewarm […]

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