Spider-Man movies ranked from worst to best

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Spider-Man certainly is an interesting Marvel superhero in that he’s had three incarnations in live action (and one full-fledged animated movie) that have all brought something of value and have caused a lot of discussion among fans even to this day. This list ranks all eight Spider-Man movies from worst to best. 7. The Amazing … Continue reading Spider-Man movies ranked from worst to best

Dan Schneider Nickelodeon Shows Ranked from worst to best

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In recent years we have learned that one of the main people behind many live action Nickelodeon shows Dan Schneider had a quite a notorious reputation hidden behind him and since said reputation has crawled to the forefront Nickelodeon has rightfully parted ways with him. But this article is not about that. Schneider helped bring … Continue reading Dan Schneider Nickelodeon Shows Ranked from worst to best

The Cinematically Unimpressive Four: How each Fantastic Four movie failed in its own way.

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The Fantastic Four is well known as Marvel’s first family. They were created way back in 1961 by comic book legends Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The characters consist of Reed Richards, Susan Storm, her brother Johnny Storm, and Reed’s best friend Ben Grimm. Due to an outer space accident, the four were hit with … Continue reading The Cinematically Unimpressive Four: How each Fantastic Four movie failed in its own way.

Venom Review

Venom: We... are Venom! Beware: Spoilers may follow. When I first heard Sony was going to be making a Venom movie I was honestly curious. Venom is without a doubt one of Spider-Man's greatest foes in the comics. He had quite the stories in them and I was interested in just how Sony would be able to … Continue reading Venom Review

Fantastic (and not so fantastic) Beasts: A double review

Somewhere in your life you’ve probably been exposed to the Harry Potter series. Some only saw the movies while some both read the books and watched the movies. Some were happy with what was translated to the big screen some weren’t. I belong to that category that did read the books and was happy for … Continue reading Fantastic (and not so fantastic) Beasts: A double review

A Look Back on How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

The term “Christmas Grinch” is a popular one during the holidays thanks to Dr. Seuss’ iconic read, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. And if I’m being perfectly honest with anyone who’s reading this...I find both cinematic adaptations of the Grinch horrible. The 2000 Grinch has Jim Carrey’s wonderful make up and performance but the good … Continue reading A Look Back on How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)