Jonathan leaves the office everyday at noon. When he gets home, he goes to sleep. Every morning he wakes up and there is a breakfast prepared for him along with a video telling him about the second part of his day.
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice is a 2016 DC film that stars DC's 2 most popular super heroes: Batman and Superman. Several critics thought that the film is bad. This review is about why I think that the film is really good. Of course you don't have to like the film if you don't want to. However I think that the film is really underrated.
The Film's Plot
Batman and Superman may both be super heroes, but they sure don't get along. Superman has his doubts about Batman while Batman hates Superman and plans to get rid of him. The rivalry is increased by Lex Luthor who wants Batman to get rid...
Fifty Shades Darker may have also dropped the same day, but JWC2 is the more erotic of the two.
Daddy Keanu is back again to play my multi-dimensional baby John Wick! I've never squealed so hard for a sequel in my life.
First off, if you haven't seen the first John Wick, I strongly urge you to immediately because my review will mean nothing to you. When I first watched John Wick, I was blown away. One of the most pure action movies of the past decade, it was an extreme roller coaster ride of emotions from the very beginning. You cared about this man because he just lost his wife, then some thug steals his car and *gasp!* KILLS HIS DOG (which btw was the last gift his wife...
Ah, Thanksgiving. A wonderful fall day to spend stuffing your face, reconnecting with long lost relatives, and just enjoying being in the presence of your loving family. Especially on an election year!
Orrr you can scratch everything after 'stuffing your face' and hide out with a stack of Thanksgiving movies. Or a phone or a tablet or whatever you high-tech hoodlums are watching stuff on these days.
Every Thanksgiving movie list I see has the same three movies: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, Pieces of April, and Planes, Trains and Automobiles. There are others sprinkled in here and there, even...