Category Archive: Rotten Tomatoes

Captain America: Civil War

My faith is restored in hero movies and all is right with the world. I’m going to get right down to it and get this huge cast covered right now. Staring in this… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* The Voices

  I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I make it a valid point not to cuss in my blogs. I like it to be very PG…-ish but I’m sorry I feel like… Continue reading

The Jungle Book

Mowgli, Baloo and Bagheera are back in this live action retelling of Disney’s The Jungle Book! After I first saw the trailer for this one I was a bit excited and also a… Continue reading

*Throwback* Psycho

I had a strong urge to do a Throwback because it seems like forever since I last did one. So this week we’re going back a way to take a look into one… Continue reading

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

So much anticipation…nearly two years of waiting. Why is it that every time I’m stuck waiting on pins and needles for such a long time that I’m always hit with a major feeling… Continue reading

10 Cloverfield Lane

The upcoming movie trailers we get before the start of every feature can either be a great advantage or a great disadvantage. I have complained more than once about how the trailer ruined… Continue reading

Zootopia

This weekend Disney’s Pixar invites us to another fantastic world of their creation. Zootopia is the vast city where animals of all species big and small come together to live in a present… Continue reading

Eddie the Eagle

This weekend Eddie the Eagle ‘fly’s’ onto the big screen as a heartwarming and inspiring underdog story about real life Michael Edwards, who, in 1988, became the first ski jumper to represent Great… Continue reading

Deadpool

Hold on! I haven’t forgotten an update this weekend! It’s just kinda sorta late is all…but well worth the wait. Valentines weekend brought us the release of Deadpool in all it’s R-rated foul-mouthed,… Continue reading

Ride Along 2

Ride Along 2 stars Ice Cube (Boyz N the Hood, Are We Done Yet?, Three Kings) and Kevin Hart (About Last Night, The Five-Year Engagement, This is the End) returning for a sequel… Continue reading

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