The new Wonder Woman trailer is out. It’s put together well and actually does a better job of selling me on the idea of the movie than previous efforts. This should not be a controversial view. At the very least, it should not start an argument. But positive observations about this trailer have triggered the […]Read more "Let’s Talk About That Wonder Woman Trailer"
Recently I was asked, what is the last movie you’d request to watch? It’s a riff on the more-traditional “what would be your last meal” sort of question (short answer: Brinner), but it stopped me in my tracks.Read more "The Last Movie"
It’s an exciting time to be a comic book/superhero/movies fan. We talk about that all the time on the real Words With Nerds™. In 1989, the cinema world shifted for a lot of people, myself included. Batman, starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson, became our introduction to a world of comic book possibilities. Here was […]Read more "How Far We’ve Come Since Batdance!"
For reasons only Jar Jar Hater will appreciate truly, this time of year brings me to a specially-reflective time as I remember certain events in recent history. One of those events is rather infamous among my circle of friends, as an off-hand comment gave birth to an entire “mythos” about which comic book character is […]Read more "I’m Still Batman"
Well, it looks like I’m really on a tear to match up Batman versus a lot of different nemeses lately. And while I was writing my review of The LEGO Movie, I removed a line about matching up these two because I like to keep these under wraps until they’re ready for release. And I […]Read more "Improbable Match-Up: Batman v. Indiana Jones"
Today I had the good fortune to have some time where I could go see a movie with my youngest daughter. Also, after checking work e-mail after being out Friday, I had to go somewhere relatively unreachable that would shut my brain down so that the mounting aneurysm/anxiety attack would be averted. She wanted to […]Read more "The LEGO Movie: My Reaction"
Some days you just don’t have enough words, and you have to recognize that whatever you would write would fall far short of what you’d want to say. Even if most of the time you’re just rambling about funny implausibilities in films. So my gift to you is a work-in-progress using the Paper app by […]Read more "My Gift To You"