You'll notice this is a slightly different format than the rest of my posts from this month. And that's because, at the last minute, I've decided not to post about a movie. I was gonna fudge it and watch X2: X-Men United even though it's nowhere to be found on Disney+. I'm confident it will be … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – X-Men – Animated Series
I love movies. And I’ve taken time to look ahead at the year to come. Overall, I can't say I'm super excited about anything other than the one that's number one on my list. But thanks to the Regal Unlimited subscription, I won't be afraid to head to the theaters to see something that I … Continue reading 10 Movies I’m Anticipating in 2020
X-Men 2000 Directed by Bryan Singer Quick Synopsis... Amid increasing fear and bigotry, Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) provides a safe haven for powerful outcasts like Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Rogue (Anna Paquin) and Storm (Halle Berry), who are genetically gifted mutants -- and the world's newest, most persecuted minority group. In an explosive battle for freedom … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – X-Men
It's no secret that I'm a lifelong DC and definitely not a Marvel. I enjoy seeing movies and TV shows based on Marvel properties, but my knowledge base is mostly concerned with the characters found in the DC Universe. So you'll forgive me when I ask the question posed in the title of this blog … Continue reading How Do Magneto’s Powers Work?
I love movies. And I've taken time to look ahead at the year to come. There are a lot of movies coming out that I'm going to want to see when they hit theaters. However, I'm not made of money. So there's a good chance I'll miss a good bit of them until they hit … Continue reading 10 Movies I’m Anticipating in 2017
When I was a kid, I thought that a guy named MacGyver was just about the coolest guy on the planet. In the span of a 60-minute television show (with the occasional 2-parter), this guy could save the world with a scrap of tin foil and one or two common household cleaning supplies. Each week … Continue reading Why I Don’t Think I’ll Like the New MacGyver
Caitlyn issued another challenge on the Twitter. I have to write a story in which each sentence begins with a different letter of the alphabet, beginning with the letter A, and moving sequentially, i.e., B, C, D, and so forth. That gives me 26 sentences to tell a coherent story. I feel like this one … Continue reading A to Z