Alright. Everyone hurry up and go see Dune: Part Two so we can talk about it.

I have thoughts.

Getting ready to nerd out with the high schooler at Dune: Part Two!

Tom Cruise may very well be the last great Hollywood star.

Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning is incredibly entertaining. Even though you know the tropes, and can see the plot points coming, they still affect you when they come.

“5 actors who should be the next Indiana Jones”

No one. That’s who. The character went out perfectly in Last Crusade. He should’ve stayed gone.

I’m not linking to the clickbait article, but it’s on Digital Trends if you want to search for it with the above headline.

Having just watched the original Richard Donner/Christopher Reeve Superman from 1978, I noted several little nods to this film that showed up in Man of Steel.

I noticed both Knocked Up and Juno are making the rounds on the HBOs this month, and wow, it’s been 16 years since Hollywood gave us arguably the most pro-life mainstream movies this century.

Just as with the signature credits of the Avengers in Endgame, so too do I get a little verklempt with the signatures at the end of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, aka, the last Star Trek movie made.

John Wick 4 tickets for Thursday night: secured.

It is an utter travesty that reviewers, and audiences, panned Guy Ritchie’s “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.”

I just finished watching it for the first time, and I’m a fan. Deserves a sequel or two.

Thanks to my Twitter pal Trevor for carrying that torch. He convinced me.

Calling your movie “the motion picture event of a generation” before it’s even released is a sure-fire way for me to not to pay to see it. #Avatar2