It's been a while since I last made another movie article (2 years, to be exact). I'd like to contribute to this club once more by making a list of my favourite superhero movies. And with The Green Lantern and Captain America: the First Avenger finally playing in theaters, and The Amazing Spider-Man and The Dark Knight Rises coming up, I'll be sure to post reviews about some of them after I've seen them! ;)
Without further ado, here they are in no particular order.
1: Iron Man (2008).
In it's opening weekend, Iron Man grossed $98,618,668 in 4,105 theaters across the United States and Canada,...
Salt is one of those rare action films that has non-stop action hitting for ninety minutes straight and everything is done with a brain. Originally written for a star actor, in which Tom Cruise was the first candidate, but after he refused because he was too similar to his role in Mission: Impossible makers changed the script and took on Angelina Jolie to play the same role reworked for a first female lead.
Evelyn Salt (Jolie) is a CIA officer who is amazing in his work. She has done everything to protect the United States. One day while she was leaving work to go home to her husband for their...
The one that started it all for Walt Disney, Snow White tells the story about a young girl who escapes from her evil stepmother who wants to try and kill her. She meets 7 dwarves and she becomes friends with them. Although its not my all time favourite but its still an instant classic.
Another great film from Disney it tells the story of a young man who was raised by gorillas while he was still a baby. Packed with great music and a great cast from Glenn Close & Minnie Driver Tarzan is definitely...
When tragedy strikes, how a family deals with the ordeal can make or break them forever.
The new indie film “Bring Me An Avocado” from writer/director Maria Mealla, explores how a family and close friends deal with a mugging gone wrong that leaves a young mother in a coma.
It recently premiered at Cinequest, tying for the ‘Audience Award’ and earning praise for the performances. One of the stand-outs in the film is actress Molly Ratermann, who brought authenticity as the grieving but well intentioned sister who steps in to give the children a sense of normalcy.